“Being realistic is the most commonly traveled road to mediocrity” – Will Smith
One key factor determining success for most entrepreneurs is who they surround themselves with.
If you’re the only person in your network of friends, coworkers, etc who is building a business, it’s exponentially more likely that you’ll find yourself stuck, off track, or lacking the needed motivation or skills to overcome some of your obstacles. Continue reading…
I recently set a personal best on a category 3 Strava segment.
I am super proud of it so I wanted to share:
A lot of entrepreneurs (myself included) are driven to accomplish ALL of their goals, especially the big ones. Given the momentous goals they have, it’s easy to take the small victories for granted, even look at them in a negative light if you feel you’re behind schedule.
The fact is, every victory is a victory. And every victory should come with a feeling of, well, victory. Celebrate your wins, even the little ones. Be thankful that you landed the win, even if you’re behind schedule on your larger goals. Just think how far behind you’d be if you had zero small victories. Continue reading…
If I was asked for the key differences between successful entrepreneurs and those that give up before they find success, I’d say there are 3 main differences.
#1: Successful entrepreneurs are hungry.
#2: Successful entrepreneurs find mentors and are always learning from great mentors.
#3: Successful entrepreneurs take action.