You’ve Got to be HUNGRY!

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.

Are you hungry?

Les Brown taught me way back in 1999 that I needed to be hungry in order to be successful, and that I can’t stop until I win.

Not only did Les inspire me to believe that success was possible, he showed me that I needed to use my hunger to find my purpose and that in the pursuit of greatness, I’d grow into the person I needed to be to find success acheter viagra 100mg.
I spent a number of years paying my dues, and I believe my time is now. How do I feel confident enough about this belief to blog about it? Because I’m doing great work, honoring my agreements, establishing a strong team and network, and I’m always taking the high road. I had negativity affecting me, but that’s gone now. I’ve been patiently preparing myself for a decade and now in 2015 I feel 98% prepared, and I think that this is the year that I ladder up. I’ve never been hungrier to break into that next level.

I’m so grateful for the opportunity to work everyday doing work that I love.

Here are a few more things Les Brown taught me:

“Most people fail in life not because they aim too high and miss, but because they aim too low and hit.” – Les Brown (tweet this)

“Make each day count by setting specific goals to succeed, then putting forth every effort to exceed your own expectations.” – Les Brown (tweet this)

And if you’re brand new, this is the quote that started it all for me:

“You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great.” – Les Brown (tweet this)

I’m pumped up about what’s possible and hungry to achieve it.

And now that you’ve read this entire post, I hope that you’re pumped up too!

Founder & Head Entrepreneur @ Lean Labs

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