Did you know that not all successful people are equal? What separates the very successful from the successful? In today’s episode you will learn 4 things you must learn to do to make the leap from successful to very successful…
If you look back at the most successful people in history, You will find that each of them clearly learned to do four things. Some learned them earlier than others. But eventually they learned them all before they reached the level of very successful.
In this episode we talk about:
- The difference between being successful and very successful
- Some examples of very successful people
I love this!
Hat tip to Mark Sieverkropp who shared it from Richie Norton’s Instragram page. THIS is the entrepreneurial mindset:
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The successful entrepreneur doesn’t care about:
Who’s in the White House or Congress.
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Have you ever been told to “keep both eyes on the ball?”
A friend of mine said that very thing a while back. His business is struggling and he is battling the constant fight to maintain balance between the future (vision) and the present (day-to-day responsibilities).
He, and his business it seemed, was at the end of their ropes.
This is what I wrote to him and what I write to all of you, whether your business is struggling, wildly successful, or you have no business at all:
It’s so easy to stray from your vision by getting sidetracked by day-to-day work.
It’s not that you lost sight of your vision. It’s that you never really had a vision to begin with.
“I’m not a businessman, I’m a business, man.”
OK, OK, before you brush off that nugget of wisdom because of the source, let me explain how powerful this mindset is.
I recently formed an S-Corp for my business. Previously it was just a general partnership.
What’s the difference (other than saving about $10,000 in taxes each year)?