Daily Quote: Friday, Mar 16th, 2018

One of the most commonly said things from successful entrepreneurs is that the journey to success is a grind. An absolute work-for-free grind-fest that challenges your very inner confidence and throws doubt at you left and right. For those who love what they do, and are willing to sacrifice the luxuries of life that many take for granted are the ones that are in the best position to succeed.

This week in blogging, writing, and content creation: Mar 3 – Mar 9, 2018

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Daily Quote: Friday, Mar 9th, 2018

Many of us struggle to be inspired (I know I do!). Those ideas just have a hard time materializing or other problems in our lives tend to overshadow our creativity. When times are tough, and ideas are hard to come by — we must leave the constraints of our comfort zone and explore. The distraction will help to forget about all the problems and will free our minds to come up with creative solutions!

Daily Quote: Wednesday, Mar 7th, 2018

It’s amazing how many entrepreneurs today want to achieve success overnight; without putting in the work, without solving the problems, without the grinding and eating shit to build a strong foundation. I can’t imagine the faces of the people that somehow did succeed, by some fluke, by some weird viral paradox. How do they continue making it work without their experience worn on their back like a suit of armor. Really, don’t look for shortcuts, build up your resilience, because succeeding doesn’t mean the game is over! You still need to keep what you won.

Daily Quote: Monday, Mar 5th, 2018

In my experience success isn’t just about winning at the things you do, but also about keeping what you win. If you focus all of your energy on a single strategy, and then notice that you are doing well, it’s incredibly important to start figuring out how you can diversify your efforts. The last thing you want is your whole business falling apart because you did not have a plan B!
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