If you’re trying to create something extraordinary you may not be able to today, but tomorrow you can. Follow me for a second. If you’re walking down a path and you can only see the first ten feet in front of you, how can you see the next ten feet?
We live in a society that promotes hard work and seems to reward constant action.It’s common that we hear the phrase “hustle hard to make it”, “hard work pays off”, “80 hour work weeks!”. This leads many into investing massive amounts of hours into their work to get things done. There’s a sense of lack, […]
The people that come to me for advice on getting to the next level generally want to start a business or grow their new business. They’ve seen me or others working for themselves and they associate the endeavor with status, freedom, or massive wealth. It’s attractive. Today, to become an entrepreneur almost seems to be […]
Oftentimes, we know just what we need to do to get what we want. The path is almost labeled for us in steps. Our minds tell us: First, X. Then Y. Afterwards, Z. Except there’s this part of us that makes the path seem way more complicated than it is.
The entrepreneurial lifestyle is portrayed as a highly sought-after way of life in modern society. People who don’t even run businesses put the tagline in their social media bio and begin calling themselves entrepreneurs—not really knowing what it truly means to be one. Owning and running a business is viewed as ‘The Thing To Do’ […]
The role of the entrepreneur involves much more than people see. Most people are only aware of the business and the product/service the business provides. And there’s little thought that goes into the development of said business. And even less about the journey of the individual who built the business.
One of the greatest myths underlying the common sense of our society is the idea that happiness comes from things we get. From a young age, we’re trained into the “I’ll be happy when…” attitude.
The money. The house. The cars. The luxury. The so-called freedom. All the toys you can play with, and more money than you know what to do with. Sounds nice, right?
Somewhere out there, there’s someone who really wanted to do some extraordinary things with their life. They promised themselves they’d do it. They even shared it with some people close to them, too. But… they never did.
At the start of any endeavor, there are two major motivations. One is to win, the other is to learn—and they make a Big difference.