History is replete with setbacks, comebacks and people who started at the bottom only to claw their way to the top of their respective fields.
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As the founder of a content marketing agency, my career path was more accidental than intentional. Since my agency career wasn’t carefully planned, I ended up making a lot of mistakes.
I learned indispensable lessons that most successful people, like Gary Vaynerchuk and Mila Kunis, know all too well. Now, you might not know me (yet), but I can almost guarantee you know Gary and Mila. And the three of us share eerily similar stories.
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.
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.
Jeff Bezos led his team to create a company more valuable than many of its peers combined. He created a company that not only survived – but thrived.
Starting a business means you will face perpetual surprises, challenges, financial issues and unforeseen risks. But there are ways to prepare for it.
Thinking of starting a business? You just might have what it takes to be an entrepreneur if you can identify with these 10 traits.
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.