I was talking to my Coach recently. This is someone who is a millionaire , many times over, is a brilliant entrepreneur, and has an asset and property portfolio worth close to $100 million. Yet, he is also one of the humblest persons you are ever likely to meet. We were talking about how so many people on social media
What type of entrepreneur are you? No, not what type of business do you own but what type of entrepreneur are you? Over the past decade helping entrepreneurs build seven-figure businesses, I’ve found that there are 3 different types of entrepreneurs. 1. Opportunity Seekers People who think affiliate programs, one big joint venture score, or the latest technology is going
Here’s the story of Tom Mapother. Tom Mapother was not a good student in high school. He had some learning difficulties. He went to Glen Ridge High School in Glen Ridge, New Jersey. The only thing that Tom was known for was wrestling. He was a below-average wrestler The first year he didn’t win any matches. But by the time
I learned some of the most valuable business and life lessons in my early adulthood, while working day and night to grow our family business into a $60 Million company. 1. Never stop learning One of the most important lessons I learned was to never stop learning. I always tell people to take any opportunity you can to educate yourself.
I’ve made money, I’ve lost it, I’ve made it. A bunch of times. This is not peculiar to me alone. And I would like to share with you the experience of James Altucher, who is an author and a Wall Street Investor. Here he talks about the greatest obstacles in making money. I kind of hate that things go up and down
Chad Holmes is just a young lad who knows really little, honestly. “All I know, is that I know nothing”… However, he has managed to accomplish a few things in his life so far. He has spent time amongst indigenous Kichwa tribes of the Amazon teaching and working, the most poverty-stricken areas of Mexico giving missionary service, Muslim fishing villages in Thailand