Entrepreneurship Advice and Tips

“Don’t worry about being successful but work toward being significant and the success will naturally follow.” Oprah Winfrey.

“The best businesses come from people’s bad personal experiences. If you just keep your eyes open, you’re going to find something that frustrates you, and then you think, ‘well I could maybe do it better than it’s being done,’ and there you have a business.”

“When you get reviews like that and detractors like that, you have to really believe in your product. When you really believe in your product, you are willing to deal with all the naysayers and persevere.”

“What I always ask people is, (1) is it something you love to do and (2) is this something you’re good at?”.

Build On The Functionality Of Your Ideas.

“Don’t give up, don’t take anything personally, and don’t take no for an answer.”

“Start now. For an idea to be big, it has to be useful-being useful doesn’t need funding.”

“Good ideas are cheap. Success comes from hard work, not a stroke of genius.”

“You have 90 seconds, if you’re lucky. If you can’t make your point persuasively in that time, you’ve lost the chance for impact. Facts and figures are important, but it’s not the only criteria, you must present in a manner that generates expertise and confidence.”

Know your audience.

“The best way to learn is by doing. Stop waiting and bring your ideas to life today.”

Never underestimate the power of a solid business plan.

Road-test your idea.

Your team is everything.

If you succeed, you never want to go back

Embrace feedback and learn from your mistakes.

Build a strong network

“The best way to learn is by doing. Stop waiting and bring your ideas to life today.”

Build a strong network.

Take the risk..

Have a vision.

Manage energy, not time..

Plan for raising capital..

Learn from complaints.

Business owners are always working.

It hurts to pay taxes, but it’s part of the game.

If it doesn’t make dollars it doesn’t make sense.

Test Your Business Idea.

Carry Out Market Research.

Pitch Your Idea To Professionals.

Have A Good Idea Of What Needs To Be Done.

Find Out Opinions On Similar Products.

Execute Correctly.

Make Sure To Create A Website.

Create A Brand.

Keep Your Costs Low.

 It takes at least 5 years to build a strong business.

Side businesses are not worth it.

You probably won’t earn much in the first few years.

Without discipline, you will fail.

You need support from your spouse or family

Adapt & Reiterate.

Raise Investment While You Can.

Build On The Functionality Of Your Ideas.

Create And Publish Great Content

“Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.” Winston Churchill

“Winners never quit and quitters never win.” – Vince Lombardi

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