This blog post was originally for another site that I write on: http://www.byhco.com (Build Your Hustle) Since it didn’t really fit the narrative of the site, I wanted to include it on Entrepreneurial Ambitions instead of letting it go to waste. Hope you enjoy.
Build Your Hustle is a website concentrated on helping entrepreneurs, business owners, hustlers; however you identify yourself, improve your hustle. You obviously come to this site to find ways to improve your hustle or get motivated about your hustle. You want to improve your hustle because you want to increase your chances of attracting success. You want to produce the financial rewards that can be achieved from hustling hard. You want to be the one who dictates your own life and be able to create valuable opportunities for yourself. Read the rest of this entry
As an entrepreneur or a team leader, the amount of decisions you make is enormous. From who to hire, to which are the most important e-mails to answer right away; each decision carries a great weight on you company. It makes sense to maximize your chances to make the right one.
Mark Zuckerberg wears the same clothes every day so he can limit the time he spends making “frivolous” decisions so he can concentrate on real work. Both Steve Jobs and President Obama have a similar view on everyday decisions, and that makes sense. When you run a big company (or a country), you want to focus all your time on decisions that matter. Read the rest of this entry
What can entrepreneurs really learn from the Commission?
Do you actually believe valuable lessons can be gained from the mafia?
Without hesitation, I believe that entrepreneurs can learn a great deal of valuable information from the mafia. Read the rest of this entry
2015 is the year of laying down the foundation that leads to long-term success. As with anything worth having, success is a process of progress. What comes with any process of progression is the act of patience and having steadfast focus.
What usually happens along the way though is that people become distracted and lose sight of the intended endgame. In the beginning, people desire the results of the end but working through the middle is never really attractive nor exciting for most. This boredom usually leads to people allowing the comfort of distractions to take their focus away from tedious tasks that are not pleasantly entertaining. Read the rest of this entry
Excuse all the umms. Definitely not excellent at all but excellence is a process which we gradually transition to over time with consistency.
What is the main reason we aspired to become an entrepreneur? The ability to make our own money. The desire to be our own boss. The perceived opportunity we believe exist in the marketplace. Whatever the reason, it all boils down to the desire we have to control our own freedom. Read the rest of this entry