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entrepeneur vs employee mindset

  1. ICreateLuck

    What was the most critical mind shift for you?

    In my experience, mindset is one of the most critical aspects, not only of entrepreneurship, but of life. I believe that most of the successes I've had were lessons I learned from failures, and the shift in perspective that happened. If you could share the most valuable mental insight you've...
  2. AbdulKamal

    How Can Time Be Effectively Used Whilst In A Full-Time Job?

    OK I need someone to give me a few ideas on how a little amount of time can be used effectively to increase momentum and make progress consistently. I’m on a full-time internship at the moment at a maintenance department of a hotel in London which helps me pick up a few important skills. This...
  3. Antifragile

    Tell us, who are you?

    There is a scene in the movie ”Anger Management” where Dave is asked a simple question: “tell us, who are you?” As you can see it evolved quickly into a comical moment where Dave flipped out. Clearly it’s not a simple question! That question is the most important one for every one of us to...
  4. h00ps_

    Passion for success

    Hey guys first post in this forum that I’ve been following for a while just wanted to share what I’m doing with my life and get some council on business avenues that I could start. I’ve always been a very clever salesman with a law degree. Over the past 5 years I have been working in sales job...
  5. SpinnerRedPenny

    Thoughts about the Middle Lane

    There is a niche class of folks who don't quite fit the description of "Slow-lane" drivers but who have not really entered the #Fastlane. I'll call these folks the "Middle lane drivers" (MLD). Ironically you're most likely to encounter them driving to or from work in the middle lane of your...
  6. Antifragile

    Speaker at an event: how would you answer these questions?

    I was invited to speak to a group of young people (focused on real estate and entrepreneurship). They submitted questions in advance and organizers of the events posted them to me. There are so many successful entrepreneurs here and reality is, this upcoming event isn't about me. The worst...
  7. Woosah

    The One Thing You MUST Do To Thrive On The Fastlane...

    The one important thing you need to know about creating an extraordinary life is simpler than you think. But without it, you're bound for mediocrity... Bound to live a life taking orders from those who were willing to do what you weren't. And you know what's worse? They're probably less...
  8. antorsnt

    Be part of this forum is already a success story

    Hi folks ! I am glad to be part of this epic forum, which certainly gathers many people with great ambitions, which is thrilling! I am 26-year old French guy who works as an aerospace engineer, because I did all what was necessary to do so, including years spent at working for a diploma. I...
  9. T


    Hey all, Recently finished The Millionaire FASTLANE and I have to say that the book was one of the most captivating and enlightening that I have ever read on the subject of entrepreneurship and obtaining financial freedom. In all honesty, because of MJ's lessons and examples throughout the...
  10. oku

    Beginning with the End in Mind - Morning Routine.

    I've implemented the life-changing technique of setting goals before bed -- 3 professional goals, and 3 personal goals. Any more and It'd be to stay busy (not what this is about). Be effective, not efficient. After all, spare time is the ultimate luxury. Consider two men who make $50K a year...
  11. Kyle Nakhul

    Looking to escape my 8-5

    Hi everyone, I am Latchman Nakhul, officially from Georgetown, Guyana but now living in NYC. I have been reading and listening to all the amazing life changing events on this forum for a short time and it has absolutely changed my perspective on life. The Millionaire Fastlane was recently...
  12. Ksalazar

    The Partner Problem

    I have a company we are growing fast and are about to hit 300,000 Revenue in our 6 month old company but I am having an issue with a partner that is creating problems internally and my other partner and I who are doing 80% of the work want him out. Any suggestions on the solution? He has an...
  13. M11105

    How to be successful (by Sam Altman)

    This blog post by Sam Altman (President of the incubator that spawned AirBnB, Dropbox, Coinbase, Instacart, Stripe and +100 companies) is one of the most succinct and practical pieces of advice on how to become truly wealthy. It's a long piece but highly recommended: How To Be Successful...
  14. KingChuck211

    The black sheep of the family, time to prove them wrong!!!

    Hey guys! Just thought I'd introduce myself after reading other introduction posts. Names Chuck, currently 26 years old and in the middle of setting up an e-commerce business. This is the first time I have felt on the right path after being the first in my family to drop out of university...
  15. LamboKing

    How Do You See the Light When You Feel Alone/Stuck in the Dark?

    Everyone ready to have an explosive 2018? I feel 4 steps behind like I'm in 2014... Just like @JackEdwards with the job he had in the late 80's/90's. 29, no career, no business, a shitty job that BARELY makes end meat, and life seems like a dark tunnel with no possibility of light. MJ said...
  16. Ika

    Freelancing: I act like an employee, my client acts like an employer

    Recently one of my clients started micromanaging me – he wanted me to track every task in Trello and wanted me to write a detailed daily report about what I’ve done and how I’ve done it. In short: He treated me like an employee. That made me think. Normally I envisioned a client–freelancer...