We all have our own unique set of goals for our businesses, our families, and our wives. Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to have it all: a successful business, a happy marriage, and a loving family.
While entrepreneurship and gambling are two very different animals, having a certain mindset and approach can lead to success in both. (Hint: It’s not about being risky and reckless. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.)
Operating your business under preconceived notions and assumptions can be a recipe for disaster. Challenging your assumptions, on the other hand, can lead to major growth for your company. and for your entrepreneurial career, as well.
The best way to solve problems in your business is NOT to learn as you go. That takes too long. Here’s the exact “triangulation process” you can use to solve even the most challenging problems you’ll face.
If your marketing isn’t bringing in the results you’d hoped for, the issue probably lie in one of three areas: Reach, Frequency, or Value Proposition. Here’s what you need to do to fix the problem.
In this post I’ll share with you the one critical decision I made back in 2009 that really changed how I think about building companies – and that dramatically boosted my revenue and net worth as a result.
Over the years I’ve dealt with so much *shit as a founder, including setbacks. Fraud. Death and despair. Here’s some advice on how to deal with challenges and move past them.