You might not realize it when daydreaming at your 9-5 about starting a small business, but there are a few things to miss when you’re gone. To an entrepreneur, it’s blasphemous to suggest that anything good can come from working for The Man; but going solo isn’t always the end-all be-all.
Most people fit into one of two categories: 1) business minded or 2) creative; but to be successful as an entrepreneur, you need both. That’s why so few small businesses succeed: their leaders are too heavy on one side or the other.
I first learned about Roger Dawson when I read Weekend Millionaire’s Secrets to Investing in Real Estate, which he co-wrote with Mike Summey.
All my life, I’ve had an entrepreneurial spirit. I’ve never aspired to have a high-paying job working for someone else. My dream has always been to control my own destiny, what ever the cost.
Lately I can’t stop watching Deadliest Catch on the Discovery Channel. It’s a documentary series that follows Alaska crab fishermen on a dangerous quest for “red gold.”
I’ve been an entrepreneur for as long as I can remember. I was selling lemonade the minute I learned about money.
Exponential growth is one of the most powerful principles in the universe. Having an intimate understanding of how it works can make you a master of money and success. Basic Definition On the most basic level, the principle states that the bigger something is, the faster it grows. It is most commonly referenced when speaking […]
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. The more my mindset is focused on creating wealth, the more I realize the wisdom in these words.
I just returned from the South by Soutwest Music, Film, and Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas where I spent the week as a producer for a movie that followed the festival. Allthough I have worked in many facets of film production before, this was the first time that I actually got a producer credit. I’ve […]
Several years ago, I was a full-time bartender in Austin, TX. I had dreams of getting into the movie business, I was a slavee to my job at the restaurant. I quickly realized that the rat race I lived in wasn’t allowing me enough time freedom to pursue my creative interests.