Money Follows Success: Success Doesn’t Follow Money

Financial success is a worthy goal, and it is also a long-term goal. Trying to make the most money possible in the short term and going from one high-paying job to another high-paying job does not lead to the same level of financial gain that can be achieved from building a solid foundation and building on that foundation. I have encountered too many people who go through their professional career looking for short-term financial gain, even pretending to have skill sets that they don’t really have just to make more money. They believe they can learn the skills on the

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The Entrepreneurs Playbook

Over the past 20 years, people from all walks of life have asked me, “how do I know if I should start my own company?” Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes. They are of different races, genders, economic backgrounds, ages, and educational backgrounds. Regardless of where you come from, three things tip the odds in your favor: passion, motivation, and realistic expectations. Passion is THE most important thing in life. You have to have passion not only for your business idea but also for life in general. I could talk on and on for days about passion outside of

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