If you have read TMF you know that in order to become successful in any business space you don't necessarily have to re-invent the wheel. This is what I see a lot of potential entrepreneurs struggle with: ideation.
You will also remember from the book how MJ gave some insight as to how to get rid of the competition - you have to play chess while your competitors play checkers. This basically means that you have to operate on a several different levels while your competitors only operate
I don't have a bunch of new stuff to update for June, but I need to make a final competition entry
I had a cool moment last week when I was talking to a group of people outside of my kids' school, and someone pulled out some lip balm from their pocket... and it was mine!! That was kind of exciting. Baby steps, I suppose!
I've got some more products that I've been working on, and I think I am going to (once again) rebrand some of my older products. I feel good about
After 3 years of hard work I finally get my degree on the 8th of July.
For 3 years, I had to swallow wishes to start my own business.
As a wise man once told me: You made a commitment, now stick to it.
And I did.
It was very frustrating to read The fastlane millionaire when you are 28 and just started college. "Wait, what?
Talked to a few people about my site and how to monetize it.
I will probably pay for a consultant here soon to really push me forward and keep me accountable.
I am aiming to get a job running a guy's business so I can learn all the aspects of numbers and driving a biz forward.
Other than that, I have been continuing to learn more and more about car sales to the point where it is almost becoming easy and I'm training other people.
I started out
Haven't posted in awhile but I feel like I need to. Recently I've been in a funk...just been lazy and not feeling it. I'm not comfortable where I'm at, I hate my job and I hate having to work 60 hours a week to pay for school. I dread every day but yet I can't make myself work on my business. Recently I just browse reddit or watch tv and or do homework. I'm not sure how to get out of it, it sucks.
I'm ordering a few business books to try and get re-focused on business. four