Over a course of two years, I bootstrapped a startup to a $15M valuation – while living in a van. After that experience my sense of reality was redefined.
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Discover how some of today’s brightest founders scale ideas and make millions with these 10 innovative lessons from business leaders.
I’d always looked up to my parents, but had no idea that the business would be the thing that stuck with me. Here’s a look at 5 essential lessons I learned.
Startup success is attainable. Just know what it will cost, and most importantly if that cost is ultimately worth it to you.
People think you need to have money in order to make money. That is simply not true. Instead, you need to change how you look at business.
Starting a business means you will face perpetual surprises, challenges, financial issues and unforeseen risks. But there are ways to prepare for it.
Starting a business can be stressful, but you can make it easy on yourself. You just need to make sure that you’re prepared – success should follow.
You deserve to live the life you have always wanted, and a side hustle can be the stepping stone to opportunities you didn’t even know existed.
Rejection should not discourage you, nor should it end your dreams. If you pay attention, you can actually succeed in spite of rejection.
A desk job and a guaranteed paycheck may be a comfort for some. But the ability to live each day fully, on my terms, is comfort for me.