Entrepreneurs are recognized by their process and accomplishments, but rarely do they share identical traits, experiences or challenges along their journey. What defines an entrepreneur, in action, is the ability to fuse their unique X-factor with an unforeseen blank space in the marketplace. This combination, once fulfilled, so fundamentally changes the experience of people everywhere that being without it seems impossible.
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SO, WHAT KIND OF ENTREPRENEUR ARE YOU?
Often, your greatest strength is ironically the foundation of your most difficult challenge. By discovering what you will do, provide or create, better than anybody else before you, gives you an unbeatable edge — if you can overcome the ultimate test it manifests for you. Entrepreneurs share three powerful capabilities that place them above those who try and fail without aligning more deeply with what creates success.
These days, the most successful entrepreneurs are not only found in Silicon Valley, nor do they necessarily work in tech, but they do produce products and services that help provide greater meaning to people’s lives.
“The best entrepreneurs on earth never lose that hunger,” as Tony says. “They are hungry to grow, hungry to give, hungry to contribute. It’s more important than intelligence. There’s nothing that will stop a person who is hungry enough. A hungry person, failure doesn’t stop them.”
Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.
How do you align what people need and want with your own vision? A plan is a great start, but plans change — develop a purpose and a vision that’s greater than yourself, then create a map to get you there.
Anticipation is power. In today’s fractured and evolving business landscape, owners and leaders need to run two businesses simultaneously — the one you’re in now and the one you’re always becoming. If you can find a way to not only meet your clients needs, but redefine what those needs are on a fundamental level, then consistently surpass, you’ll become a true visionary. The key competence successful leaders have over followers is applied dedication.
As Tony explains, “It’s not what we get, but who we become and what we contribute that gives meaning to our lives.”
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Tony Robbins is an entrepreneur, author, philanthropist and business strategist. He is the author of six internationally bestselling books, including most recently New York Times #1 bestsellers UNSHAKEABLE: Your Financial Freedom Playbook and MONEY: Master the Game. Robbins has empowered more than 50 million people from 100 countries through his audio, video and life training programs. He created the #1 personal and professional development program of all time, and more than 4 million people have attended his live seminars.
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