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  1. NicoleAnne

    Not passionate about a specific industrie, but passionate about making an Impact.

    I am at the idea-finding-stage. Since reading the book Unscripted, I see more and more opportunities. Some I get more excited about, others less. I found that the bigger the impact of those ideas, the more they would excite me and the more I become passionate about them. But also, the more...
  2. F

    What kind of work should I have while I start a business?

    I am finishing college, and since some time ago I've decided to take tentrepreneurship quite seriously, I've preparing myself for it, taking courses, etc. and I will launch soon take a product to the market, however, despite all, the chances that it will fail are very high, and I am fine...
  3. A. Rodriguez

    HOT TOPIC What Should I Do At 17?

    I'm currently 17 and in my first year in college. Picking up TMF and reading it through was undoubtedly the best choice I've ever made in my life. Had I not made that decision to get that book, my wealth strategy as an aspiring entrepreneur would have remained flawed. So, I'm thinking of what I...
  4. AlessioLC

    20yo, 50K cash and don't know what to do..

    Hi everyone, Some may know me from my previous posts about my clothing brand (W.I.P) and the coffee shop project i have, i told you about this project because working in a coffee shop, in itself was an escape from school, which i'm very bad at it. I know i can bring value to the coffee...
  5. Richard Espinosa

    HOT TOPIC I just left my girlfriend of 3 years, for business. Am I a selfish prick?

    Hey everybody, so, as the title says, I left my girlfriend this past weekend, the longest relationship I've ever had, so I can focus 100% on my business, and fully experience my 20's (I'm 20). I met this girl when I was 17, I had recently gotten over another break up, was working out, dressed...
  6. Andy Black

    Whose fault is it?

    A manager got tired of his staff spending all their time arguing over who's fault it was when something went wrong. He wrote a note and kept it in his desk. Whenever people started pointing fingers he'd pull the note out and show it to them. There was only a handful of words scribbled on it...
  7. Greg R

    On Criticizing Yourself Instead of Others.

    Have you ever watched an entrepreneurial reality show like Shark Tank or The Profit and cringed at some of the answers that they gave the host's questions??? "If we could capture 1% of the total market, then we will be rich." "If you tell me to jump, I will say how high?" "Our customer is...

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