The thought of entrepreneurship is initially appealing, and motivation is often abundant, but reality soon kicks in. In the real world, startup pitches aren’t as simple and smooth as they appear on Shark Tank, and the lifestyle isn’t as glamorous as the media portrays it.
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I think many of us think that theirs some super secret to being successful, but the truth it hard work, passion, dedication, persistence, a great idea and knowing why you are doing what your doing is all you really need in order to make your great idea work for you.
I found this article and knew the simplicity of it is what most of us need, and please feel free to jot these 3 tips down, and add them to your tool box.
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with 91-year-old entrepreneur Jack Nadel to ask him how he has been able to achieve sustainable success in a wide range of industries over a 70 year span of time.
The word “quit” has many negative connotations. Some might even suggest that it doesn’t exist in a winner’s vocabulary. While that theory makes sense on paper, it’s not healthy or realistic. As renowned business consultant Jim Collins put it, sometimes a “stop doing” list can be more productive than a “to do” list.
Quitting may be the best option, but it should never be a decision you arrive at lightly. How do you know when it’s ok? Ask yourself these questions first:
Do you have dreams that keep getting pushed to the side, and every time they are revisited you make another excuse as to why it’s not the right time to chase them? Successful entrepreneurs all have one thing in common -- they pushed the excuses aside, not their dreams.