You CAN Set The Bar Too High

I love Shark Tank as a tv show, but I couldn’t agree with Nick’s philosophies any more than I do.

I completely agree that there are low-risk ways to be an entrepreneur that aren’t talked about enough and that too many people miss out on ideas that seem “common” because they want to start the next Facebook.

I really do think that having billion-dollar aspirations can stop a lot of people from creating businesses that are much smaller than that but are still super successful and truly life-changing.

Don’t take that to mean you don’t have to work hard, because every entrepreneurial journey takes hard work.

I’m one of the biggest proponents of hard work.

But it’s about how you use that hard work and where you direct it.

Having the wrong goals and targets can lead you to focus that hard work in the wrong place.

All the best,


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