Entrepreneurial Success…What's the main factor?

In entrepreneurial success, what makes all the difference? Is it money? Brain power? Good ideas? Or maybe it’s hard work? I say no to all of the above. There are countless examples to prove each of these wrong. Many of the most successful entrepreneurs don’t come from a prosperous family or get straight ‘A’s in school.

So maybe it’s HARD WORK?

I mean no pain no gain right? But then how do you explain the millions of people who work extremely hard all day, every day – and NEVER get out of the rat race? Or How would you explain Richard Brandson’s claim in a recent interview –

“I don’t work any harder than a really Good Secretary or Manager”.

SO again…what makes the difference in entrepreneurial success?

I believe there is an answer. LEVERAGE. Every single successful entrepreneur in the world has used leverage extensively in his business. He’s leveraged the skills, time, knowledge, experience and money of others.

More recently (last 20 years or so), especially with the proliferation of the internet, smart entrepreneurs have been leveraging the internet and a vast array of online communication, automation and other technologies.

Leverage takes you far beyond the limitations a limited skill set, a lack of knowledge or money or even a 24 hour day. Leverage enables you to get big results from small efforts.

Leverage is the master key in business.

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Yours for smarter business




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