Tuesday, 10 February 2015

statistics for a successful business

1.Start with nothing and grow up in a tough neighborhood.
Lots of wildly successful people started with nothing and fought hard every day of their lives to make it. Competition and adversity breed great leaders.
2.Do what you love ... and pray there's a market for it.
Steve Jobs said, "The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle." He was absolutely right. If you follow your passion — and so do customers — the money will follow.
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3. Own your own business and live like a monk.
two-thirds of America's millionaires are self-employed. The vast majority are small business owners who live on budgets well below their means, invest their money, and never received any kind of inheritance, according to Cash Money Online author ,"The early bird eat the fat worm." Do you really need that new car or iPad? Nope.
Take risks, make mistakes and trust your gut. Most people are either ridiculously risk averse or take dumb risks they know they shouldn't take. Take smart risks, the ones that make sense to you. Trust your gut. You'll be wrong more often than not but that's okay. Nobody ever got ahead by playing it safe.