How far behind?

Should you give up? There are people who have read far more books than you have, and you will certainly never catch up. Your website began with lousy traffic stats, in fact, they all do. Should you even bother? The course you’re in–you’re a few lessons behind the leaders. Time to call it quits? Quitting […]

Where Do You Start?

Start where you stand Maybe you have spent time in corporate America and have that desire within yourself to do something different.  Where do you go? What do you do? Work part time on your fortune – Jim Rohn The venture you embark upon may or may not bring you the riches you desire, but […]

Selling acorns at the lumberyard

Without a doubt, your little idea is going to grow. We’re rooting for your acorn to turn into an oak tree. But bringing that acorn to the lumberyard, hoping to make a sale… you’re wasting your time and their time too. Most people are waiting for a proven, tested and popular solution. Some people want […]

Entrepreneurship is not a job

You don’t apply. You don’t get a salary. No one picks you. Bragging about how much money you’ve raised or what your valuation is a form of job thinking. Entrepreneurship is a chance to trade a solution to someone who has a problem that needs solving. Solve more problems, solve bigger problems, solve problems more […]

Does Entrepreneurship Have An Ageism Problem?

Quick—picture a successful tech entrepreneur. In your mind’s eye, how old are they? Maybe you instinctively default to an image of someone in their twenties—young, digitally native, ready to shake things up. You’re not alone. No less an authority than Paul Graham, the founder of Y Combinator, has noted that, “The cutoff in investors’ heads is 32 […]

Stop Asking for Permission

Act, don’t analyze. Over the years, I’ve coached thousands of entrepreneurs and small business owners on how to make course corrections in their own business models with the express idea of fixing broken businesses.  Nearly every time, the men and women who made the most progress were the ones that took my advice and ideas […]

Are You Truly Innovative?

“Innovators” are a dime a dozen these days, yet most of what passes for innovation couldn’t be farther from it. And there’s a very simple reason for that: Innovation NEVER happens in a vacuum. Most of what we hear praised as innovative is actually just another iteration of the same fundamental thing. It may alter the […]

On Being Discovered

Wouldn’t that be great? Great if you could share all your wisdom on a popular podcast, or be featured on Shark Tank? Great if you had a powerful agent or bureau or publisher? Great if you could get admitted to an internship program that would lead to a well-attended gig on the main stage? Great […]

5 Ways to Out-Think Ordinary

“Curiosity is the spark behind the spark of every great idea. The future belongs to the curious.” —Author Unknown The old saying that curiosity killed the cat might be true for cats, but for the rest of us, being curious, asking questions and never settling for the status quo is part of doing something great in this […]

10 steps to starting a side business (while working a full-time job)

A step-by-step guide for transitioning from 9-5er to full-time entrepreneur We are living at a time of unlimited potential. Never before have we experienced such a rapid growth in the number of young entrepreneurs who’ve begun working for themselves. From app developers, to freelance writers, business consultants, creative producers, and startup founders, there’s no shortage […]

Tai Lopez Shares 7 Steps to Launch a Business With No Money or Experience

Last year, 310 out of 100,000 people on average created new businesses each month in the U.S., according to the 2017 Kauffman Index of Startup Activity. Most entrepreneurs start businesses out of opportunity rather than necessity. We asked investor, philanthropist, and member of The Oracles, Tai Lopez, for his take on how to capitalize on an opportunity […]

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