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 to make them millions.
People who consider themselves in business because they are incorporated.
They have an idea of what they want to do and try a little of this and a little of that, but don’t get much done, and certainly don’t get up to big things.
3. Business owners in pursuit of mastery
The very same ones who understand that there are no “3 Easy Steps” to anything that makes your name in the world or puts you at the head of the class.
The ones that actually succeed and understand that doing anything real in business takes time, dedication, and a long-term, non-reversible commitment to life-long learning, self-reflection, and the pursuit of mastery.
Without passing judgment… I wonder, in which category of business owner do you fall?
Of, course, no matter what type of business owner you are, an opportunity seeker, dabbler, or a master, you want:
1. More Clients.
2. Increased revenue and profits.
3, The ideal lifestyle of freedom, flexibility and financial security.
But, as someone who has built a $60 Million Company : I say this with respect, there is only one kind of business owner that gets all three —
Those in pursuit of mastery.
Yaseen Dadabhay is a dad, former lawyer, entrepreneur and business coach who has built two $30 million dollars businesses. He also led HR for Starbucks.
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