In 2004, I started my first company. A fitness venture I ended selling for $50,000 at 19 years old. It was an interesting time in my life, my parents had just divorced, my Dad was laid off, and my childhood home just sold.
If I didn't win, I had nowhere to go.
Seth Godin is one if my favorite thought leaders. He's always testing new concepts and discovering new patterns for entrepreneurs. Interestingly, in the video below he does just this. What an incredible recipe for success…
If you show me a person who can man-handle risk and murder fear, I'll show you an entrepreneur.
Do you struggle with risk? Are you an entrepreneur, freelancer, or employee? What's stopping you from the next step? Let me know in the comments below.
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Some know me as a serial entrepreneur and Founder of Sevenly and StartupCamp, others know me as the guy who can ride a unicycle and still kickflip on a skateboard. I’m on a mission to inspire people. Will you join me?