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Thursday, June 23, 2011

What's The Toughest Part Of Being An Entrepreneur?

The toughest part of being an entrepreneur?

Maintaining a consistent, positive mental attitude. To be a successful entrepreneur, you must train your mind to see each challenge or failure as a step along a greater path. It comes down to recognizing the seeds of your next success in the ashes of last failure. Now to be clear, failure means nothing unless you stop trying. When you stop trying that is defeat,

Napoleon Hill is in my opinion one of the best sources for anyone wishing to be an entrepreneur. His classic Think and Grow Rich can be read and studied for 20+ years. That is my experience - each time I read the book, or listen to it on audio, I learn a little more and it lifts the spirits to help keep on the path and keep a positive mental attitude.

1 comment:

chucky said...

I think the hardest part of being an entrepreneur is the uncertainty of knowing if your startup business will be successful or not.. Because normally when a startup fails you'll lose something very big. Here's another great resources for anyone wishing to be an entrepreneur.