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Gaining Perspective on Entrepreneur Success

success journey
If there is one thing that entrepreneurship can promise; it is that you will constantly learn as you progress forward. And this learning process is what separates successful entrepreneurs from average entrepreneurs.

I say this because successful entrepreneurs learn from both success and failures. Average entrepreneurs seem to never really learn from either. And therefore, they remain in the same average position their entire entrepreneur career.

I make this observation due to the fact that I have been around a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners over the years. The successful ones are always challenging themselves to accomplish more and backing their talk up with complementary actions. The average ones talk loudly proclaiming this and that, but never put forth the effective actions which will move them beyond their average position. Read the rest of this entry

F.O.C.U.S. and Its Importance for Entrepreneurs

I was going through my Google Alerts for Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship the other day and came across an interesting article on Entrepreneur. It was an article that talked about the 4 Strategies John Lee Dumas used to build a $250k a month podcast. If you are not familiar with John Lee Dumas, he is the founder of Entrepreneur On Fire, which is a great podcast for entrepreneurs to have on their list of podcast. Read the rest of this entry

Why Entrepreneurs Must Love the Hustle

HUSTLE. The word “sophisticated” business people hate to use and be associated with. The word hustle has a negative connotation attached to it for many people who operate a business but it is a word I love.

If you are an entrepreneur, small business owner, startup founder; you are most definitely hustling. You are not just operating passively because doing so would most certainly jeopardize your ability to be successful. You have to be aggressive/ assertive everyday while building your business. Just because opportunity is available, it doesn’t mean it will just be handed to you. Read the rest of this entry

Why Do People Believe Entrepreneurship is Easy?

I am not one of those people who says you must go through extreme hardships in order to be considered an entrepreneur. And I am also not one of those people who believes that everyone should be an entrepreneur or can be an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is not some job with set hours and set requirements outlined for you to perform. Entrepreneurship is an ongoing process of actions that you have to continuously develop and properly structure in order to produce the most rewarding output for your efforts. Read the rest of this entry

The Entrepreneur Process Part 1: Simplification

In my last post I identified my definition the entrepreneur process. I defined the entrepreneur process as: the act of aligning a successful mindset with effective actions in order to produce successful results. According to this definition, your mindset influences your actions, connecting together and working off one another in order to make your entrepreneurial efforts fruitful. It sounds quite simple when you see it written out or hear it, but you would be amazed to know how many people make this process quite difficult. Read the rest of this entry

Why I Created the Entrepreneurial Ambition’s Meetup Group

1st Meetup
Last Wednesday I had my first meetup for my Meetup group Entrepreneurial Ambitions. The meetup went as expected with any new networking group. I had about 40 RSVPs but only about 10-12 people showed up. I was hoping for at least 15-20 people but I knew not to focus on the quantity of people in attendance but more on the quality of people in attendance. And fortunately, I had some ambitious individuals in attendance who reinforced my motivation for why I started the meetup in the first place.

One of the key questions that I had asked was, “Why did I create the Entrepreneurial Ambition’s Meetup group and what was the meaning of Entrepreneurial Ambitions?” Read the rest of this entry

The Entrepreneur Rat Race

Persistency in Entrepreneurship

I can’t even lie… I am tired and need a weekend of nothing but sleep and relaxation. Between working to make The Symmetry Firm successful, recruiting people for the Atlanta Entrepreneurial Ambition’s Meetup Group, creating the strategy for taking Entrepreneurial Ambitions to another level, writing for other sites, networking at least twice a week and going to the gym at least five days during the week; I am always on the go or working on something. But, honestly I wouldn’t have it any other way. Read the rest of this entry

3 Reasons Wantrepreneurs Fail at Entrepreneurship


Being an entrepreneur is a fascination many wantrepreneurs want to see themselves being included within. They see all the attention and glamour surrounding the field of entrepreneurship and lustfully want to be included in all the celebration. What they don’t account for however, is the long process of work that goes into building your entrepreneurial foundation. Read the rest of this entry

People Talk About Success But Don’t Really Want Success

Lately I have been coming across a lot of people who talk about how they want to be successful but they never do anything beyond talking. It frustrates me because I used to be one of those people and I realized the time I wasted always talking. I would constantly talk but would never back up my claims within my talking points with actual action. Grant Cardone spoke about this backwards thinking on Entrepreneur with an article that illustrated how success demands taking massive action. Read the rest of this entry


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