This is a story of preparation meets opportunity. This is the most unusual and interesting job interviews I have read in recent times. It is life changing. And this goes to prove the saying that prior proper preparation prevents poor performance. This particular story was shared by someone who has decided to go anonymous for obvious reasons. I want you
I’m not the best entrepreneur. And I’m not the worst. But I’ve seen a lot. I’ve started 20 businesses and failed at 17 of them. I’m invested in 30 more. I ran a venture capital firm. I’ve seen a lot of businesses fail. A lot of people cry. I want people to succeed. Because then there’s that magic moment when
One of the scariest and most confusing moments in my life was when I was a teenager. Then, I was unsure of so many things. I wasn’t sure of the right time to start a relationship or not. Yes, I was confused. I remember asking a girl out on the day I turned 18 and broke up with her before
“If you are starting a business, your main focus should be anything that makes money or leads directly to making money” Daniel DiPiazza One of those people I regularly listen to is Daniel DiPiazza (DD) . He is the founder of the Rich20Something community on Facebook. This is his number 1 rule to get things done which he calls the
Most people do take for granted some of the simplest pleasures of life such as not being the first child in the family (only the first borns will understand what I meant) and the importance of having mentors. Some mentors are good role models and others are not. Let me break it down a bit further… I am the first
When it comes to success mindset is key. Look for mentors who can help you overcome anything that is blocking you. Be careful of who you listen to. It is important that they are authentic and not just talking dollars to take yours. Before jumping into story mode, I’ll give some actionable advice: Find 100 people you want to mentor you.