9 Less Than Obvious Habits That Lead To Success

November 4th, 2016|Categories: Entrepreneurship, Motivation|

  Our lives reflect our habits. The things you do regularly, define you as an individual. It’s important to keep this in mind the next time that you feel down about not living the life of your dreams. Not too long ago, I realized how unhappy I was with how my life had been unfolding.

3 Reasons Why Knowing Your Weaknesses Is Your Strongest Weapon

October 17th, 2016|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  What is it in life that you want most? Don’t tell me that you “want to be happy,” because that’s a crappy answer. Happiness is a fleeting emotion — one that you can’t hold onto forever, but can only enjoy in passing. And the only way to be happy in passing, is if you’re

Walk The Walk: Don’t Call Your Goal A Dream, Call It A Plan

September 17th, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  I’m certainly a dreamer — no denying that. But who isn’t? We all have hopes and dreams that we hope to one day see through to fruition. Being a dreamer doesn’t make you special; it makes you human. This fact is incredibly important to remember. You see, as your life progresses, the years pass

Real Entrepreneurs Jump Off Cliffs And Build Planes On The Way Down

July 20th, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  Entrepreneurs are a wee bit crazy, yes. But if you’re completely sane, you won’t make a good leader. You need to consider what people call “impossible” and believe that you can make it happen. You need to believe that the rules that they’re following don’t apply to you. You need to be willing to function outside the box. The

Successful People Don’t Live By Quotes, They Live To Be Quoted

June 2nd, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  I love a good quote — so do most people– but I don’t live by them. I read them from time to time as an extra motivational boost — a way of nudging myself back in the right direction whenever I begin to question myself and my decisions. Successful people surely read quotes, maybe

The Real Differences Between A Want-A-Preneur And An Entrepreneur

May 12th, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  I’ve recently, yet again, left a company I was working with to start something new. I’ve been jumping from project to project, company to company for the last seven years or so now, each and every time a slightly more exciting project, many successes along the way and many, many failures. I did start

The Entrepreneur Gene: Why Some People Are Born To Start Companies

March 19th, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  Yes, that’s right; your genetics play a large part in determining how likely you are to be a good entrepreneur. People have been contemplating for ages whether or not people’s genetic composition affects their career choices, and it turns out it most certainly does. According to Entrepreneur, a recent study conducted by Scott Shane, a professor

Bury Your Haters With A Smile: Why Success Is Always The Best Revenge

January 19th, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  If there’s one important thing to remember when it comes to the general population, it’s this: Most people get a kick out of hurting others. It’s the most basic human nature and the one characteristic — above all others — that distinguishes us from other animals. Animals don’t have the egos we have and,

10 Reckless Qualities That Make People Successful Before They Turn 30

January 9th, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  What the young people lack in experience, they often make up in cockiness and recklessness — qualities that, surprisingly enough, give 20-year-olds a competitive edge. The younger we are, the more likely we are to do first and ask questions later. While this most often works against us, it’s also allowed room for some

You’re Not Mark Zuckerberg: 5 Reasons Entrepreneurs Should Stay In College

January 7th, 2015|Categories: Entrepreneurship|

  Going to college — despite what you may think — is not a complete waste of time, even if your dream is to become a successful entrepreneur. College comes around during a time in our lives when we are still doing our best to find ourselves, to find our purpose in life and to