Follow this guide to improve your day-to-day actions and become a happier, more successful person.
As the saying goes, “when the going gets tough, the tough get going!” here are two tips to get you going.
In this episode, Matt explores what he learnt during his time working for the IEC, and how that experience ignited the possibilities of entrepreneurship for him.
After almost two years of interviewing entrepreneurs, billionaires and CEO’s on my podcast the Matt Brown Show, I’ve noticed a commonality between them that I think may have the answer to the question about why some entrepreneurs start one successful business after the other and while others fail.
Every struggle we face has been overcome by someone we respect who is willing to tell us how it is done.
It takes a unique type of person to successfully become an entrepreneur.
What’s more, you need to unpack your strengths and faults beforehand too so that you know where you need to upskill.
These are the hallmarks of a successful entrepreneur. Things won’t always go your way, but you need to keep on pushing anyway.
In his first inaugural address, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, made the now epic statement “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”
You can become a successful entrepreneur if you possess or manage to acquire the following traits.
Dirk Coetsee shows you have to become disciplined in the art of entrepreneurship.
Adhere to these key principles to build a high-growth company amid changing circumstances.
The life of an entrepreneur is unpredictable. There will be ups, there will be downs. While you can’t always control what happens, you can choose how you respond.
Before embarking on your entrepreneurial journey, check out this handy graphic.
Nothing is better than meaningful success, and nothing is worse than regret.
Let’s be honest: Nobody looks forward to failing. Yet, there’s no better teacher, or path to success.
This is usually because of a few common misconceptions.
An entrepreneurial mindset is the foundation of any existing or aspiring entrepreneur. Yet, it’s often limited to the sphere of business or considered superfluous by the established entrepreneur.
Take pride in your work. But it is not all there is.
It flies in the face of everything we’re told, but the reality is that passion without purpose (and something others are willing to pay for) just leads to poverty.