15 Super Rich Billionaires Who Stay Grounded #MarkZuckerberg’s Net worth: $9.4 billion As the mastermind behind Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg is a billionaire many times over. But the 28-year-old leads a surprisingly low-key lifestyle. He recently upgraded to a $7 million house in Palo Alto, but The Los Angeles Times called the home “still well below Read more about #HappeningNow #KingdomGlobalBusinessNetwork #MarkZuckerberg #Facebook[…]
#POTUS #GameChangers #KingdomGlobalBusinessNetwork #KGBN #JPLOGAN 4. TURN TECHNOLOGY OFF ONCE IN A WHILE It may not seem like a habit, but turning technology off is actually a great challenge that I have discovered. At least once a week I turn off iPhones (yes I have two that are always on), iPads (yes I have two Read more about #HappeningNow Life Changing addicted2success.com[…]
“Recycled Evil” Pastor Clark @TDJakes via #TDJakes #YouAreTheMan #POTUS #PresidentoftheUnitedStates #Vision1010 #KingdomGlobalBusinessNetworks I am shouting #HappeningNow! “Recycled Evil” Genesis 50:15-21 “And when Joseph’s brethren saw that their father was dead, they said, Joseph will peradventure hate us, and will certainly requite us all the evil which we did unto him. And they sent a messenger Read more about #HappeningNow #RecycledEvil Pastor Clark @TDJakes via #TDJakes[…]
#RealEstate: Difference between paying for a house in #cash and getting a #mortgage For wealthy people, the main question when buying a home is often whether to mortgage it. If you’re sitting on a large sum of cash or liquid assets, you can choose whether to pay for the house outright, or just use cash Read more about #RealEstate: Difference between paying for a house in #cash and getting a #mortgage[…]
CEO #JaredHecht A 20-something sold his first company for $80 million in 370 days — now he’s raising $11 million for his new startup Jared Hecht sold his first company, GroupMe, 370 days after it launched for about $80 million. GroupMe, a group text-messaging app, was acquired by Skype in 2011. Hecht and his cofounder, Read more about $80 Million At 20 Something #Entrepreneur #Business #Success #HappeningNow[…]
#Money: 8 Reasons Why You Don’t Have Money? #Business #SelfImprovement 1. Living with mommy Most Americans live within 25 miles of their mothers. If you want to make real money, it’s time to disconnect from mommy and all things familiar. It is time to move away and go where there is opportunity. You aren’t saving Read more about #Money: 8 Reasons Why You Don’t Have Money?[…]
Real #Entrepreneurs Take Action!
Here’s what real entrepreneurs do:
- They have a bias to action. My dad is an entrepreneur and inventor. When we were growing up, he’d muse about the need for a particular product. He’d draw it up on a napkin and then go find someone to build it. He’d have a prototype within a few days. Most of his prototypes never made it further than that stage, but with those prototypes he had overcome one of the largest barriers to launching a product/business: breaking free of the ideation stage. He had a product.
- Quest for learning. Entrepreneurs know how little they know. So they get busy learning and reading. Drew Houston used to pick up books on every topic and sit down and read through the entire weekend to learn about business, sales, marketing and any other topic. Get reading. Start anywhere.
- They’re scrappy. If you don’t like getting your hands dirty, if you’re comfortable having an office, administrative support, paid lunches and Pilates classes then please stop reading now and go back to Hooli. The reward for entrepreneurship is in the work, and the work isn’t always pretty. Scrappy means finding a way.
- They see opportunity instead of seeing risk. See the opportunity and envision your success. There’s no point in worrying about what happens if you fail. If you’re strong enough to go out and start a business then you’re more than strong enough to bounce back from failure. The only true failure is the one you didn’t learn from. So know that and envision the success.