$treet $mart$ (vol. 32)
For whatever reason we have been tricked into thinking that:
- Being an entrepreneur means we have it all figured out
- Being an entrepreneur means we have to have our hands in every part of the business.
- Being an entrepreneur means that if we aren't intimately involved in every aspect of the business that it can't and won't grow.
- Being an entrepreneur means you subscribe to the hustle culture
- If we just go long enough and hard enough eventually the business will grow enough, and you will be able to step out of the operational day-to-day.
This is why most "Entrepreneurs" take 6-7 years to achieve success in their first business. Because they spend 6-7 years making all the mistakes, banging their head against the wall until they finally figure it out.
But what's more interesting is watching these entrepreneurs build their next business.
The second time around it seems like they have almost immediate success. But the reality is, they are using the last 7 years of experience as a blueprint to engineering a most certain future.
The best entrepreneurs I know, don't even call themselves entrepreneurs. They actually see themselves as business builders.
Here is a 2-minute edit from my most recent talk, called "You Can't Grow A Business" talking about the difference between entrepreneurs and business owners. I hope that this gives you some perspective by which you can improve your business this year.
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