Our day is full of interacting with successful businesses and their successful products we use in our everyday lives. Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, etc. Their founders remind us that people are capable of starting great businesses, making tons of money and being admired by many.
There are stories of relatively new companies and their founders that get acquired by a larger company for millions, or billions. Founder(s) get rich, exit and start their next venture to sell again.
And then stories of new startups, getting millions in seed money or venture capital. On their way to stardom, success, and riches.
I LOVE hearing the success stories of entrepreneurs.
But what about the stories we don’t hear or don’t think about much?
I think its just as important to understand the journey, fraught with struggles and failures, that take place on the way to success. There is so much to learn from these stories.
It takes 10 years for successful people to become an “overnight success”. I’m going to discuss the patterns I’ve found behind this truth.
These findings will explain why failure is only a feeling.
And what entrepreneurs need to do to have their own “overnight success” story.
…to be continued…