Are you making entrepreneurship harder than it has to be? In our quest for growth, we often find ourselves overlooking simplicity.
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In business and in life, it’s true that what goes up must come down. But if you pursue your goals with passion and persevere through your down cycle, you’ll also see that what goes down will always come back up!
I got in the ring in front of 700 people, with a rather large woman, and subsequently raised over $2,000 for cancer research.
Looking back, I wish I would have tackled these items earlier. I hope these tips provide value and ease your entrepreneurship journey.
You can’t buy it. You can’t sell it. But without it, you will fail. In all my years of schooling and business, I can tell you it’s the most crucial key to any business.
Consider the role that money plays in our lives as solopreneurs. Money is like the score in my Tuesday night basketball game.
It wasn’t until I asked myself if I was successful that I was able to realize all the great things our company could still accomplish.
I have to confess. I kind of enjoy going to the supermarket. I don’t know why exactly, but I think it began back when our three kids were little.
When it comes to ice hockey–and business–you’ll need to put some “skin in the game.” An important lesson to learn if you want to be successful.
Discover how some of today’s brightest founders scale ideas and make millions with these 10 innovative lessons from business leaders.