The Successful Entrepreneur
By Jacob Batchelor
What do Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Tony Robbins have in common?
They are all successful entrepreneurs.
They say that true success is not in employment but in doing business. And yes, many entrepreneurs have proven that doing businesses is actually more profitable than getting employed into some company.
One good example is Bill Gates – the man behind the Windows brand. The man did not even graduate from college but he hit big in the field of entrepreneurship. And although people also do hit big in employment, they are very few.
This is the reason why many people want to venture into entrepreneurship.
The problem is that very few among them have the necessary skills and knowledge base. As a result, many people venture into business without really knowing how to do things correctly.
Such entrepreneurs are bound to fail.
So What Should You Do?
Should you enroll into some university and learn the trades and secrets of entrepreneurship?
Well, that is certainly a sound choice to take. But it may not be necessary.
The trades of entrepreneurship can be learned even without graduating from college.
Self-study, research, and experience - these things will give you an edge in entrepreneurship.
But luckily you don't need to do any of that.
I've written a special guide sharing 100 of the most valuable tips to become a successful entrepreneur.