successful entrepreneurs

Are You Ready for Entrepreneurship? Answer These Questions to Find Out

Many people ponder the question ‘should I start my own business?’ at some point or another. Most never do much more than that. However, if you’re one of the more serious people contemplating the road of entrepreneurship, there are some specific questions you should ask …

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Be the Poorest Person in the Room

Inherently, entrepreneurs are introspective and seek to continually improve how they live and run their businesses. The pursuit of excellence is in our DNA. And it was with this thinking the mantra of surrounding yourself with smarter people or being the dumbest person in the …

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You Doing Your Morning GEBY?

Noah Kagan is an online marketing genius – the best there is in my opinion. His entrepreneurial journey began during his self-proclaimed ‘horrible job’ at Intel. It was at this grind of a job, where Noah admitted to doing virtually nothing all day, when he …

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Do You Have the Characteristics of a Winner?

I’ve met some serious ‘winners’ in my life – special people. From billionaires to Lionel Messi, an incredibly tough single mother who left her drug addict deadbeat husband with a toddler in tow and a bun in the oven, and several inspiring entrepreneurs who overcame ridiculous odds. …

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The Four Pillars of an Amazing Life

With Christmas 2015 now fading into the memory bank, today, as typically done around this time of year, I thought about the big things I want to accomplish in 2016 (Click here to read my New Year resolutions idea generator from last year). As in …

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The 4 Types of Entrepreneurs

There are four types of entrepreneurs; and, if you intend to start your own business, it’s important to distinguish which type you are as it can help determine your strengths, ideal industry to enter, and where you may need a wingman. The term ‘entrepreneur’ is …

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7 Ways to Prepare Your Business for the Coming Recession

The Dow is crashing and oil’s price is collapsing; emerging economies are no longer ‘emerging’ and small-caps, the best barometer of disposable income and risk tolerance, are in a full-blown bear market. It’s here. The recession that market forecasters have been anticipating for a couple …

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Small Fish in a Big Pond? Not a Problem for General Robert E. Lee

Few leaders in American history have demonstrated the kind of innovative thinking, and ability to do very much with very little, than General Robert E. Lee evidenced during his time leading the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. As any entrepreneur starting their first business knows, …

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