FEATURED: HOW TO TAP INTO YOUR CREATIVE GENIUS
In this interview from Gerard Adams Leaders Create Leaders series, we talk about how I get into flow, and what inspires me to be an entrepreneur.
Entrepreneur Depression is real, and the honest truth is that the entrepreneurial life is often a lonely one. This dark side of entrepreneurship is one most people don’t talk about, but this is the exact reason why so many lonely entrepreneurs slip into entrepreneur depression to begin with.
As entrepreneurs, we like to fixate on “things”. Be it money, cars, houses, success, a title… we tend to become obsessed on achieving something. There’s nothing wrong with this, so long as you appreciate why you want this “something”. The problem is, most people don’t…
Design your life so you don’t become your business… this should be your number one drive right now. It’s easy to set goals and “hustle” and work long hours each day.
People say you should fail forward, and although this isn’t always easy to do, it’s true. Often, your unfair advantage is hidden inside your biggest disadvantage, and it’s overcoming obstacles in life like this that helps you turn back into good.
Does luck exist for an entrepreneur? People see a successful entrepreneur and assume they got lucky along the way. But luck doesn’t just happen. You make your own luck, and it’s your entrepreneurial mindset that leads the way.
Steve Jobs used to talk about the reality distortion field, and as an entrepreneur, you need to, too. Effective decision making begins with removing your reality distortion goggles, and…
Freedom entrepreneurs listen up, because the lifestyle of successful entrepreneurs isn’t all about travel, fast cars, and trips on private jets. There is so much more to it…
There’s a lot of competition in this world, so it’s vital you create your unfair advantage. You and your business brings something special to the table, and it’s your duty to uncover this unique value proposition (UVP) so you can unleash your unfair advantage on the world.
It isn’t the fear of failure that holds you back, it’s your fear of success, and the “afraid of success syndrome” that affects just about every entrepreneur out there.
As an entrepreneur, you crave significance and to feel important. This level of entrepreneurial mindset and ego can hold you back, but can also push you towards greatness and a true legacy business.
An entrepreneur mindset is the real secret to success. An entrepreneur needs purpose, and to appreciate the difference between passion vs purpose…
An entrepreneurial mindset is the true secret to success, and is often the biggest difference between a successful entrepreneur and everyone else. It gives them their unfair advantage, but most people look for it in the wrong place.