Acceler8Success Monday 3.18.19

FEATURED ARTICLE: Scaling A Business To 7 Figures And Beyond- 3 Successful Entrepreneurs Share Their Lessons

Nowadays, there are multiple businesses serving almost every market.  The internet has made production, distribution, and promotion cheaper and more accessible than ever before, thereby stimulating innovation, the creation and sale of products and services by countless businesses from tiny entities operated as hobbies to multinational corporations. So how are you supposed to start a new business that stands out from all the existing competitors? How does someone build a differentiated business and connect with the customers who match that business’s unique selling proposition?

With the difficulty in finding valuable advice that is actionable backed by real results READ ABOUT 3 Entrepreneurs who share their lessons that allow a company to scale to 7 figures and beyond.

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10 Tips to Help You Create a Smart Business

Smart companies aren’t just those that have intelligent leaders. They also have systems, tools and proper planning in place that allow every department or function to run together seamlessly. To become a smart company, you need to integrate smart ideas into every facet of your business. READ ABOUT tips from members of the online small business community.

Acceler8Success Cafe Friday 3.8.19

FEATURED ARTICLE: 11 Moving Quotes About the Power of Positive Thinking

How you go through life is up to you. So what are you going to be, happy or sad? What are you going to do, live in the sunshine or the shadows?

You get to decide who you are, what you want to be and do and say and think. Choose positivity over negativity, and your whole world will change for the better. Start with these quotes on the power of positive thinking, and then go find your joy.

Read about the 11 quotes here!

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Is Owning a Franchise in Your Future?

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Quote of the Day!

Clarifying Entrepreneurship

EntrepreneurshipWhy is their reluctance to say, I am an entrepreneur? I’ve been asked that question many times. Heck, I’ve asked that question of myself on more than one occasion. It seems, at times we’re more proud to call ourselves, Founder or CEO or to say, I’m a business owner. Why is that?

Are those titles more respectful than, entrepreneur? Yet, we hear of late, we’re in an entrepreneurial economy. So, is that a bad thing or a good thing, and especially if we have a hard time fully admitting to entrepreneurship? Or, should we just be entrepreneurial in how we approach our work, whatever that truly means? 

Are we claiming to be in an entrepreneurial economy to justify the disappearance of the lifelong career at one company and this is just a way to say we need to create and prove ourselves over and over again, and forget the gold watch?

Back to the reference of being an entrepreneur… Is there a stigma of being a dreamer, always looking for something better, bigger, faster as opposed to what some believe is mundane, repetitive work with the security of a paycheck? Often I hear it’s mostly due to yesterday’s immigrant mindset of being thankful to just have a job, yet it’s that same immigrant mindset that is the epitome of entrepreneurship. 

Living our fears
…we are living our fears.

Actually, I believe it’s because of fear – fear of failure, fear of what other people think, fear of the unknown, fear of the what if, fear of starting over, fear of change… But it’s when those fears are hit head-on and the adrenaline rush of success far outweighs those fears because you know, deep in your heart that you have a deeply ingrained talent that can and will make a difference.

Does that mean failures aren’t possible? Hell no, but it’s working through those failures, those blips, those aberrations that provide experience and resiliency to improve and innovate to make the next step, the next task, the next venture successful. That is entrepreneurship. And, it’s when I don’t consider what I do as entrepreneurship, is when failure mostly occurs. Conversely, it’s when I focus on what I do as an entrepreneur, complete with that thinking outside the box and failure is not an option perspective, and when focused more on results as opposed to opinion of others, THAT is when success mostly occurs.

Yes, I’m an entrepreneur. My focus will stay as such as it is not only good for me, it’s good for my family and for those that rely on me to help them achieve their wishes, hopes and dreams! Why? Because I believe in possibilities, as without them, there are none.