Today were are going to talk about the 5 traits of successful entrepreneurs. These traits are literally required in order to succeed in business online or offline.
Today, I thought I would start by breaking down the traits of a successful entrepreneur. Here's the countdown, starting at position #5.
Follow your passion
You've heard it said that if it's worth doing, it's worth doing all the way. The mere scent of an action not done full throttle is a slap in the face when it comes to being successful at anything. Take for instance, the current campaign for the President of the most powerful country in the world.
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton
You would probably think that Donald Trump was doomed at the outset because of the funds needed to continue in ad spend. Doing things like the old school politicians have received the same results. Trump has refused to do things the way of the career politician. I'm pretty sure there's a reason for why Trump is doing things like he has – and the best part is he is getting free ads and has only run about 25% the number of ads that his competition has run.
The amount that Hilary has run would have cost Trump a whopping $3 Billion and he got it for FREE! In fact, its more air time than the collective past 4 elections combined – and it was FREE. Yes, you might add in a caveat that he is getting both the good and the bad. However any good or bad it's still FREE!
The biggest commodity is people talking about you. Look at how people talk about diseases. The fact that there is talk about them doesn't discount the energy being put into play. There is no such thing as negative feedback when it comes to speaking what you do and do not want.
When you are looking to accomplish something great, small or huge.
You need to be passionate about it.
So in your journey to the top of the mountain, take a look at the others and see what they are doing that works well and put your own passion into it so that its yours. People will notice you and cause you to go further up the mountain.
If you haven't started your journey up the mountain, I encourage you to make that first step. It's the only way that your passion and faith can be activated.