90 Percent of Entrepreneurs Don’t Want It Bad Enough

These podcast hosts share how entrepreneurs can access information and set themselves up for success. January 23, 2020 1 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. On this episode of The Playbook, Chris Pfaff, Dee Murthy and Anand Murthy, hosts of the Group Chat podcast, sit down to discuss: Why the Group Chat hosts are never afraid to call each other or their fans out for their opinions [6:42]. How marketing a brand has changed due to the growth of internet culture and the adoption of smartphones [18:54]. Why establishing deep connections with your audience will set you apart from other brands you might be competing against [21:43]. Their belief that 90 percent of entrepreneurs don’t want it enough [27:06]. Related: Why E-Sports Are the Great Equalizer Read_More Related posts: How to Build a Famous Fashion Brand Florida Could Grab 12 Percent Of The Cannabis Market If Legalization Is Approved In […]

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How You Do Anything Is How You Do Everything

James Krause, UFC welterweight fighter and entrepreneur, goes in-depth about how he’s honed a mindset that has led him to success inside and outside of the octagon. Read_More Related posts: SPI 319: How to Work Less & Make More with James Schramko 7 Ways Kajabi Has Made the Process of Selling Your Expertise Easy 3 Easy Legal Mistakes That Retail Businesses Make A Look at the World of Influencer Marketing through the Mind of Tal Melenboim The 3 Habits That Grew His Business to 428,000 Email Subscribers (FS289) Why How-to Content Continues to Grow SPI 301: How a Data Scientist Pivoted into a New Brand (And Won a Tesla Roadster) How to Be Invisible Online — Without Going Off the Grid (Infographic)

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Don't Underestimate the Power of Hustle

Daina Trout, the co-founder and CEO of Health-Ade Kombucha, discusses her company’s beginnings. Read_More Related posts: Don’t Underestimate the Power of Kylie Jenner 6 Steps to Turn Your Side Hustle Into a Small Business Want to Get That Side Hustle You’ve Been Dreaming of off the Ground This Year? 5 Tips This Young Entrepreneur Started a Company to Harness the Power of Networking and Help Her Community Hustle Why You Should Trust Your Gut, Both in Parenting and Entrepreneurship Never Underestimate How Easy It Is to Screw Up When Deploying New Technology Match Your Side Hustle With How Much Free Time You’ve Got Knowledge Is Power (But It’s Not Enough)

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Damon Wayans Jr. Says Hearing ‘No’ Means It’s Time to Work Harder

The comedian, actor, writer and co-founder of the app Special Guest talks about the similarities between the entertainment world and entrepreneurship. August 13, 2019 1 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Damon Wayans Jr. sits down with The Playbook host and Entrepreneur Network partner David Meltzer to talk about work ethic, entrepreneurship and the entertainment business. Click play to see more. Related: Nobody Will Take Care of Your Money Better Than You Read_More Related posts: Rapper Nipsey Hussle Reveals the Art of Being a Self-Made Millionaire 7 Elements of a Strong Work Ethic Why Being a Good Entrepreneur Means Taking Care of Yourself First Your Employees Will Work Harder If You Give Them This One Thing (and It’s Not More Money) For This Company, Maintaining a Healthy Culture Means Not Taking Itself Too Seriously Deep Work vs. Shallow Work What ‘Earnings Per Share’ Really Means for Your Investments 35 […]

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7 Elements of a Strong Work Ethic

March 29, 2019 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Have you ever tried to do business with someone who didn’t seem to take pleasure in the job — or even care? If you had the option, you probably you didn’t go back to this person because you didn’t like the way you were treated or lacked confidence in them. Related: Passion Is What Unlocks Your Hustler’s Work Ethic Did you then spread the word to others about your bad experience? This can happen to your business if people doubt your desire to provide the best service possible. Bad press or bad word of mouth can affect your bottom line and your reputation. The solution is to foster and maintain a strong work ethic in the culture of your company. A strong work ethic energizes you and your employees to face challenges head-on. It drives you to try your best and to fight to […]

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