Updated: Jan 19, 2021
Just about everyone I come across are looking into Entrepreneurship but afraid to just take that leap into starting their business. To be honest it doesn't have to be a leap. You could literally walk into owning your own business.
Steps to take to get into being an owner of a company:
Start your own. (Jeff Bezos)
Buy a company ( FAMOUS AMOS )
Work your way up from within (Steve Balmer with Microsoft)
No matter how you look at it, start small, learn what you are good and what you are weak at when it comes to running the business. Hire the folks that are strong in the areas you are weak. Tyrus touch on a lot of aspects around the entrepreneur mindset that could grow your business and/or encourage you to raise your own bar.
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Check out the books that Tyrus mentioned to help jump start your life goals, understanding your financials and provide guidance as you get to know #aboutthatwallet
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