Elon Musk’s STRANGE Advice For Young Entrepreneurs

Elon Musk. Probably THE MOST cutting edge of all entrepreneurs. A net worth of $20 billion, the potential ability to put civilisation on Mars by 2025 with SpaceX and he’s bringing a complete revolution to vehicles with Tesla. This man knows what he’s doing. So who better to get advice from as a young entrepreneur?

If I personally could have a conversation with any entrepreneur, for me it’d be a huge toss up between Elon Musk and Gary Vaynerchuk. Although very different in terms of their businesses, both are incredibly intelligent men who are with the times and understand technology better than most.

Recently I stumbled across a YouTube video in which a young entrepreneur had the privilege of meeting Elon in a group of roughly 5. One person asked ‘what is your advice for young entrepreneurs starting out like myself?’ I leant forwards, in anticipation of being blown away be Elon, for simply a few wise words from this man are capable of changing lives. I was however, initially extremely disappointed when Elon simply replied ‘Put it this way, if you need inspiring words… don’t do it.’

You see what I mean. A little underwhelming. Well, that’s what I thought at first until I really examined what he’d said. This advice served as a kind of filter. Elon was stood in front of a group of young aspiring entrepreneurs, and he knew that not all of them were suited or ready for entrepreneurship. If you’re discouraged by someone telling you not to do it, then you probably weren’t destined to do it in the first place. I believe Elon said this to motivate the true entrepreneurs in the group to prove him wrong.

I personally found great motivation in Elon’s few words. He himself was doubted and told not to create the businesses he has proven successful, so he’s giving young entrepreneurs the same advice he was given. It made me think long and hard about myself. When someone tells you not to do something, you can do one of two things: give up, or use it as motivation. Which would you do?

Thanks for reading this mini-blog. As I said I stumbled across this on YouTube and thought it was very interesting, so if you want to check out the video click here. Check this website again in a week for my next blog!


Charlie 🙂

How Rich Is Bill Gates?

For those of you who have been living under a rock, Bill Gates founded Microsoft and is very, very rich. He is most likely the richest person on planet Earth, but many different sources estimate net worths differently, so it is hard to see who is actually the worlds richest man, although it is pretty much a two horse race now between Mr Gates and Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon. What we do know is that they both have an unbelievable amount of money. Today I’m going to focus on Bill Gates specifically – many know his net worth to be roughly $90 billion dollars, but to me this is simply too much to comprehend. Today I will try to put this number into perspective for you, so you can get your head around how much cash the microsoft founder has racked up.

From interest alone, Bill Gates generates about $128 dollars per second. There are many people in this world that would kill to make $128 a day, and Bill does it every single second. This calculates to roughly $4.1 billion dollars a year, purely through interest.

Imagine being followed around and handed a $100 bill every single second. Very quickly, you’d run out of places to put it! Every drawer, every cabinet would be stuffed to the brim with cash.

If Bill Gates were to go to a restaurant and have a 2 hour dinner, he’d have made $922,000 by the time he’s done.

If all of Mr Gates’ money was stacked up in $100 bills, the stack would be about 55 MILES high.

If he gave every single person on earth $10 at Christmas, he’d still have roughly 1.4 billion dollars remaining.

If Bill wanted to spend $1,000,000 a day, it would take him 218 years to spend all of his money.

If Bill gates wanted to make it rain in a club, things would get pretty messy. Assuming he could throw 4 $1 bills a second, and his entire net worth was accessible, he would technically be able to make it rain forever, because of the money he generates from interest. In fact, he could throw 128 $1 bills a second and still never run out of cash. Throwing 4 x $100 notes a second, Mr Gates could make it rain 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for just over 64 years. Mind = blown.

With this sort of money, comes huge responsibility. There are very few people on this earth that, given the same circumstances, would use it as nobly as Bill. The 62 year old set up The Gates Foundation, which is the second most charitable, and largest private charity organisation in the world. Bill has given away roughly $32 billion to a range of charities. Yes, you read that correctly. $32 billion!

I personally don’t believe this money could be in better hands. Bill Gates is a huge inspiration and an unbelievably generous man. I wanted to share these facts with you as motivation – dreams do come true. If Bill Gates can fill an Olympic sized swimming pools with $1 coins from interest alone in just 54 days, then surely you can go out there and create some success for yourself.

Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed these crazy facts and managed to draw some motivation from them. Dm me on Instagram @dailybusinessthoughts if you enjoyed this blog, and tune in again next week for my next article.


Charlie 🙂

Get Paid To Blog – Affiliate Marketing for Beginners

In todays day and age, you no longer have to go and sit in an office and grind out for 8 hours to earn a living. Modern technology has brought about the idea of working smart instead of working hard – if you know how to make money effectively, you don’t have to work as hard as you think. A great way of making money online is through the use of affiliate marketing. It’s quick, simple and easy, and I’m going to show you the basics today.

Affiliate marketing is the process of selling someone else’s product and receiving a percentage of the product fee for doing so. This allows large organisations to receive more attention across the globe, whilst only paying small commission fees to the people promoting the products. Whilst most commission fees are low, if you can use affiliate marketing well, you can make some serious cash out of it yourself.

I’d advise heading over to Amazon’s affiliate marketing programme and signing up for free. Once you’ve signed up, for nearly every product on Amazon you will be given your own unique link. The best way to put these links out tends to be blogging, or maybe through an Instagram page (if you are struggling with growing your Instagram page, read my blog: how to grow your Instagram). If customers buy any product through your specific link, Amazon will pay you commissions. This sounds easy, but actually getting customers to buy these products is the tough bit. Here are some tips I’ve managed to pick up through blogging myself:

1). Be trustworthy. If you break your audience’s trust by promoting a bad product, they’re unlikely to buy from you again, or even return to read your blogs. ONLY promote products you have used and you are fond of. If you only promote good products, you’ll gain repeat customers and people will spread your page. This will bring more revenue.

2). Know your audience. Like many others, my blog has stemmed from my Instagram page. A great trick is changing your Instagram page to a business page, and then clicking on ‘insights’ in the top corner. This will show you where your audience is from and how old they are. If you do not use Instagram with your blog I’d highly recommend starting, but if not, blog for a while and try to engage with your audience (through emails, comments, etc.) and get to know them. If your audience are all under the age of 16, there’s not much point trying to promote products such as gardening tools… Know your audience and meet their needs, and you’ll see results! Try to stick to a rough theme to match your audience. If you tend to sell clothing, don’t then completely drop this and start flogging musical instruments… this won’t match your audience’s desires. This however doesn’t mean you shouldn’t experiment with different products to see what your audience are most interested in.

3). Try different affiliate programmes. Whilst Amazon is the most successful and has been the most effective for me personally, there are thousands of programmes out there, all offering different products and commissions. For example, Shoutcart.com is a popular website which allows Instagram users to buy shoutouts and gain exposure from accounts with millions of followers – and their affiliate scheme offers 30% commission! Try out different programmes and see what works best for you.

4). Finally, stay relevant. The world is moving fast, so keep up. If a new book comes out, prioritise reviewing that first and using your affiliate link with it, because most likely people will be searching for reviews. Keep up with trends. Most bloggers are gaining reception through Instagram – are you? Don’t get left behind, caught up in old ways and habits, because these simply won’t gain you as much attention as newer trends. Constantly be on the lookout through social media for new products that are relevant and useful for your audience – the higher relevance to your audience, the more money you’ll make.

Thanks for reading. These are only the basics behind affiliate marketing so if you have any questions message me on Instagram, @dailybusinessthoughts, as I reply to all of my readers. Make sure to come back next week for my blog on Bill Gates!

Thanks again,

Charlie 🙂


How To Wake Up at 5am and Why You Should

Whilst studying a number of successful entrepreneurs, I’ve noticed that the majority of them are early risers. They wake up before anyone else and have already made progress before the majority’s alarm clocks have even gone off. But why is this? And how on earth do they do it?

Firstly, your hormones are at their highest during these hours. This means you can be far more productive and also, there are less distractions. 99% of people are still in bed, so there are far less excuses to not get on with some work.

I myself have always naturally been a night owl, but it seems to me that the early risers benefit far more than those who stay up late. Schools and most jobs start early in the morning, so those who wake up early seem to be far better off than those who cannot. I recently have been investigating how to wake up, even earlier than the majority, and begin my day before most do. Here’s what I’ve discovered.

1. The perfect amount of sleep is between 5-9 hours. Any more sleep can actually make you feel tired when you wake up. Most say that 8 hours is the perfect amount, so I aim for 6-7. This means you can still get a good amount of sleep, but wake up and crack on before the rest.

2. Optimize your environment. Do not watch TV or stare at your phone just before you sleep; try to read instead. Fiction tends to be the best for this, as business related or self-help books tend to trigger your brain and can actually keep you awake.

3. Don’t press snooze. This is the hardest part, but pressing snooze on your alarm clock, even once, is long enough for you to fall back asleep, and therefore feel even worse when it comes to getting up. What I have found that works is taking deep breaths when you hear your alarm, count down from 5 and then sit up. This should do the trick. If this doesn’t work, try the more extreme techniques, such as putting your alarm clock on the other side of your room, so you’re forced out of bed to stop the dreaded sound.

4. Have a reason. Have something that makes you want to wake up. If you have an instagram page, post a picture before you go to bed, and wake up to see how well it’s engaged. If you have a business, wake up and check your sales. What I have discovered to be very effective is making a physical checklist the night before. Write down 3 things you want to achieve after you wake up, and put empty boxes next to them. Naturally, you’ll want to achieve these tasks and tick them off – this makes you feel productive and good about yourself!

The main points you need to take from this are: Discover how much sleep you need (usually 5-9 hours), optimize your surroundings to fall asleep quicker, don’t hit snooze, and have a reason to get out of bed. Stick to these tips, and you’ll start having more productive mornings than ever before!

Thanks for reading! Shoutout to vishal__p on instagram for helping me along with blog ideas, go give him a follow. Reach out to me on instagram if you are reading and enjoying these blogs: @dailybusinessthoughts. Thanks again, and I’ll hopefully see you back here next week for my next blog.


Charlie 🙂

The Kid Behind Daily Business Thoughts

I feel as if I’ve been somewhat hiding behind this Daily Business Thoughts page. Although I interact with you, my audience, weekly, and even daily on instagram, I feel as if very few of you actually know much about me. So I’m going to use this blog to get to know you a little more personally.

I’m 18, my name is Charlie, and I’m at an interesting stage of my life right now. Many would argue the most interesting. I’ve just finished school and I have literally hundreds of different paths in front of me, and the only person who can decide which path I choose to walk down is me. I have lots of power, and it’s actually a little overwhelming. But I’ve been doing research and I think I have a good idea of a rough plan for life, although nothing ever goes exactly as planned!

My initial idea was to avoid university and take the entrepreneurial path. I wanted to join online courses which would train me to become a social media marketing pro, and then I’d use this knowledge to set up my own social media marketing agency, and target small cafes and businesses in my local area. However I had two days mentoring with a professional coach, and many other conversations with important people in my life, and I’ve decided to put the entrepreneur dream on hold for a while. I discovered that marketing is my passion, but I don’t feel I’d have enough experience to just start up a business right now.

So I’ve decided to apply to universities. My exam results weren’t great – I scored well in psychology, because I’m passionate about it, but maths and chemistry didn’t go so well. And this is simply because I don’t enjoy either of these subjects. I chose them because I didn’t know what else to choose. However, I’ve done lots of other things, such as work experience and starting this website, to prove my interest in business, so I’m hoping the universities accept me.

The overall plan, for now, is to study marketing at university then get a job in the marketing industry. This will give me loads of knowledge and experience, and then if I still want to, I’ll be in a great position to leave my job and start my own marketing agency, because I believe I have the drive and commitment it takes to live the entrepreneurial life.

Currently I’m working in a supermarket to save money for my 6 month trip around the world with my girlfriend, starting in February. It’s not exactly fun, but I’m earning decent money, which is what I need. My trip is going to be like nothing I’ve ever done before and I cannot explain how excited I am. My route is as follows: England -> Costa Rica -> Peru -> Brazil -> Argentina -> New Zealand -> Australia -> Thailand -> England. If you are reading this and you are from any of these countries, dm me on instagram because I’d love some advice on what to do whilst I’m out there! I will try my best to keep up the weekly blogs and daily instagram posts, but this cannot be guaranteed, as I’ll be extremely busy! However, you can expect to see lots of travelling related posts on my instagram page, which I know a large portion of my audience will enjoy.

So that’s where I am in my life right now. If you have any advice, or questions, reach out to me on instagram, because I reply to everyone. I’m nearly at 5,000 followers on instagram which is crazy to me, because I just made this page to share my daily thoughts – I never thought it would take off like this! Come back next week for my next blog, which will be back to the usual business theme I’ve been following.

Thanks for reading!

Charlie 🙂


How To Make Money From Instagram

In today’s world, there are kids on Instagram making more money than people with full time jobs in London. That’s how powerful social media can be – if you know how to use it right. If you have an instagram account with a decent amount of followers, then you’re pretty much sitting on a gold mine. If have roughly 5k followers or more, then you can easily make money through your own account. If you don’t have that many followers, I’d suggest you click here to read my blog on how to grow your instagram page. Today I’m going to share 3 methods for beginners which you can use today to turn your instagram profile into a cash stream.

  1. Sell Shoutouts

There will always be someone with less followers than you. If you grow your page to a decent size (anywhere from 1k upwards) people will certainly be willing to pay you to promote their page. Obviously the more followers you have, the more you can charge for a shoutout, so bare that in mind when deciding on prices for your clients. I’d suggest advertising shoutouts with a reasonable price on your story, because in most cases someone will dm you asking more about it. However the most successful method I have found is using Shoutcart.com. Here you can not only buy cheap shoutouts from pages with millions of followers, but you can also sell your own shoutouts too.

2. Affiliate Marketing

Set up a website and start blogging. Blogs are a great way of connecting with your audience on a more personal level. You can sign up to many affiliate schemes, the most popular being Amazon’s, for free. All you have to do is create an account, and then for any product on Amazon you will be given a link that is specific to you. Review this product, paste the links in your blogs, and then Amazon will pay you commissions if your audience buy the product through your link. Easy money!

3. Shopify

Shopify is turning ordinary people into millionaires. This method is slightly more long-winded, but can make a lot of money if done well. Shopify is a website you can use to set up your own online shop. In many cases you don’t even need to handle the actual products – that’s all done for you. Choose your product you would like to sell and get going. The most effective way I have seen people promote their Shopify stores is through instagram. Simply post about it on your story, on your feed or even just put a link in your bio to your store. As your page grows, more and more people will visit your store, and eventually more and more people will buy your products…

Thanks for reading! These are just brief explanations on how to use your instagram to make money, so if you would like any more help or detail, dm me on instagram, @dailybusinessthoughts. Make sure to return in a week for my next blog!


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Should You Invest In Bitcoin?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 2 years, you will have at least heard of a Bitcoin. But what are Bitcoins? What do they do? How do you get them? And how are people making money from them?

Bitcoin is an online currency which is essentially an alternative to standard currencies. It is created and held electronically – no one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed like dollars or pounds, they’re produced by people and businesses that are using software that solve mathematical problems. It is predicted that in the future, instead of paying for things with dollars, euros, pounds etc., people will simply pay with Bitcoins.

Bitcoin was started in 2009, but never really gained any real value until late 2016. For example, in 2013 one Bitcoin was worth £70. To give you a rough idea of how quickly Bitcoin has taken off, one Bitcoin, in 2017, is now worth £7,700.

People are making some serious money by investing in Bitcoin, because at the minute it only seems to be increasing in value. If you want to get in on the action, go to Coinbase.com, or download the Coinbase app and you can start investing. You don’t have to buy a whole bitcoin – you can simply by £5 worth if you please.

And from there onwards it’s very simple. Buy a share – if Bitcoin’s value increases, the amount that your share is worth will also increase. If you sell the share for more value than you bought it for, you’ve made profit. Simple.

But be careful. Although at the minute it seems like guaranteed profit, and many experts have forecasted Bitcoin to be at £20,000 by just spring, some have also predicted that it will go bang and the whole thing will crumble, which is pretty scary. Download Coinbase and have a go for yourself, but be cautious with how much you spend.

Thanks for reading! I am no cryptocurrency expert so if you have any feedback please dm me on instagram, @dailybusinessthoughts. I have also just opened a twitter account which I am using to post daily business facts, so make sure to follow that too, @dbizthoughts. Come back next Thursday for next week’s blog!


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How To Start Making Money Online

With modern technology, anyone can make money online. As Gary Vaynerchuk said, ‘The fact that you can be laying naked in your bed at 2am in the morning and doing productive stuff is crazy.’ He’s right. You can literally make thousands of pounds a month online through many different ways. All you need to qualify for this is a smartphone and a laptop.

Did you qualify? Good! Here are some ideas you can use to start making money online:

  1. Affiliate Marketing

This is essentially helping other people to sell their products online, and sounds much more complex than it is. The most popular affiliate scheme is Amazon Associates, which you can sign up to for free within minutes. For pretty much every product on Amazon, you can find a link that is built for you. Your job is to then share this link with others, through methods such as blogs and social media pages, and if people buy the product through your link, Amazon will pay you. Pretty cool, huh?

2. Investing

As long as you have a smartphone, you can download trading apps, such as Trading 212. For starters, I’d recommend downloading Coinbase and investing in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (which is an online alternative to money) as this is far more basic, and only seems to be increasing in value! It takes seconds to add your card onto the app and get trading. All you have to do is sell your shares when the stocks increase in price and there you have it, you’ve made some online cash.

3. Shopify

Shopify is a relatively new platform which actually allows you to set up your own online shop, selling pretty much anything you want to. A lot of the time you won’t even have to handle the products yourself – it’s all done online. Although this is a slightly longer process to set up than the last two ideas, some serious money can be made on Shopify, so definitely give it a go. All you have to do is download the app, or visit the website.

4. Selling Shoutouts

If you have an instagram page with a decent amount of followers and you aren’t making money from it, then perhaps it’s time to start. People will be willing to pay you to give them a shoutout! You just need to reach these customers. The best website I have found for this is Shoutcart, where you can either buy shoutouts from larger accounts, or sell your own shoutouts. It’s all very simple and easy to set up. If you don’t have a successful instagram account, click here to read my blog on how to set up and grow your instagram page.

5. Fiverr

Fiverr is a website which you can visit if you want people to do you small favours. They usually cost roughly £5 (hence the name) and consist of basic tasks such as designing a logo or helping you to create a website. You can also sell on fiverr – just think of something you’re good at, and if it’s helpful, people will pay you money to help them. Getting paid online to do something quick and easy that you’re a pro at. Sounds perfect, right?

There you have it! There are many more ways to start getting paid online, but here are 5 simple ways to start earning for beginners. If you gained any sort of value from this blog, feel free to reach out to me on instagram, @dailybusinessthoughts, as this is where I post most of my content. Thanks for reading, and be sure to tune in next Thursday for next week’s blog!


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3 Things Everyone Needs For Success

What makes people successful while others struggle?

How is it that within the same company, some are making millions, whereas others are just getting by? Why is it that Kate Moss gets paid millions whereas other models who are just as pretty get paid £200 a day? Why does Jonathan Ive make millions to design products for Apple, whereas other designers make £30 an hour?

Before reading on, make a mental list of all the traits you think the successful people have that others don’t.

If you are like most people you’d have thought of traits such as self-belief, determination, passion, leadership… etc.

The problem with these words is that they do not set apart the successful from the unsuccessful. You can check all of these traits against success stories and, sure enough, most will have shown these characteristics, but the issue is the same can be done for unsuccessful people too.

You can find determination in the man who works 70 hours a week trying to feed his family.

You can find passion in the engineer who arrives at work ready for another new challenge to tackle.

You can find excellent leadership skills in the managers working in cafes.

You see the problem. It’s the same list of traits, but some are making it whilst others aren’t. So what is the real key to success? What is the thing that, if the unsuccessful people had, they’d become successful?

The 3 keys to all successes are:

  1. Luck
  2. Reputation
  3. Vitality


Unfortunately, luck is going to play a huge part in your life, whether you like it or not. Your big break isn’t going to come through showing more passion, or working harder… Take a look at The X Factor, and you will see plenty of people who are hard working and passionate, but very few will make it to the top. The truth is, all successful people have been lucky!

The issue is realising what luck is. To be successful, you do not need extreme cases of luck, like finding a winning lottery ticket on the floor, or inheriting millions… chances are, if you’re reading this blog right now, you’re already very lucky. If you have clean food, drinking water and a safe home, you are very lucky. That’s a fact. Don’t waste your luck!


In a world where the most cutting-edge technology has been designed to connect everyone instantly, you must build and guard your reputation. Losing his good reputation cost Tiger Woods over $25m in lost contracts. On the flip side, a good reputation will pick you up when you’re down and can rescue your business. Richard Branson’s reputation is so strong, that his involvement in the failing bank Northern Bank helped to turn it around. Having a strong reputation is crucial to becoming successful.


If you are truly vital, then you are irreplaceable. Money will always move towards people who are irreplaceable in their field. People who are functional, who simply carry out tasks, are replaced, but people who are vital end up with ownership.

Vidal Sassoon was a legendary hair stylist. He danced around the person in the chair as he styled them, and studied architecture for inspiration. You’d never tell him which haircut you’d want – he’d study your face and style your hair in a way that best suited you. Sassoon became a very, very rich man. He didn’t try to retire from hairdressing, he tried to find ways of impacting even more people and get more involved in his industry than anyone else. He was vital.

To become successful, you must be vital, not functional.

Thanks for reading! The information for this blog was provided by my favourite book: Entrepreneur Revolution by Daniel Priestley. Click the link below to pick up a copy off Amazon:

Entrepreneur Revolution Link

Make sure to check back on Thursday for my next blog, and follow my instagram @dailybusinessthoughts.

Thanks again!

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Can Anyone Be An Entrepreneur?

With today’s technology, you can set up a business in a day. An hour. Minutes. That’s a fact. It’s so much easier than you think to set up online and start earning money – all you need is a smartphone and a laptop, which is a large percentage of the population, right? So why doesn’t everyone just set up a business and get rich? Why isn’t everyone an entrepreneur?

To answer the title of this blog, yes, anyone can be an entrepreneur. Anyone can set up a simple business online which makes money. But the more difficult question is can anyone be a successful entrepreneur? This is where it becomes a little more complicated.

If you look online, you will find many contradictory answers. Lots of entrepreneurs, like Gary Vaynerchuk, argue that as long as you have access to technology, you can make it as an entrepreneur. Others will argue that entrepreneurs are born, not made, and so some people physically don’t have what it takes to become a successful business owner.

I personally believe that whilst anyone can set up a business, not everyone can successfully run one, so I don’t think anybody could be a good entrepreneur. I recently ran a poll on my instagram audience, to which 71% of people said yes, anyone can be an entrepreneur, which left 29% of people arguing that it is not for everyone. The fact that the vast majority said ‘yes’ surprised me.

If you are unsure if you yourself have what it takes, answer some of these questions below:

  1. Are you a Santa or an Elf?

I got this question from entrepreneurnetwork.com and found it fascinating. Elves are those who are considered to manage one task in great detail, whereas Santa looks over everyone and carries out a large number of different tasks. Santas make better entrepreneurs than elves do, because lots of skills are required to manage a business.

2.  Is comfort and security a necessity for you?

If you feel vulnerable without a guaranteed paycheck at the end of the month, a guaranteed office, job and promised holiday leave from your company, do not get into the world of business. Entrepreneurs’ lives are up and down – some days you simply will not know when you will next get paid. In my favourite book, Entrepreneur Revolution by Daniel Priestley, he says ‘there is no pay day, there’s just life.’ This means you don’t have a guaranteed day on which you will get paid, and if this scares you, then the entrepreneur life isn’t for you.

3.  Are you ready to commit?

Being a good business owner is not just about having great ideas – it’s about taking action and executing them. If you struggle to stay focused and have issues with commitment, it simply isn’t for you.

4.  What’s your relationship with money?

Running a business requires rigid financial management. If you are a big spender, and often find yourself buying things you don’t need, then you will struggle. You must have a solid, non-emotional attachment with money if you want to successfully run a company.

5.  Is business your life?

Were you interested in business as a child? Did you try to find entrepreneurial opportunities throughout your younger years? A natural interest in entrepreneurial life from the start is a good indicator of future success. This doesn’t mean you can’t make it if you weren’t so business orientated as a child, but if you were, then the entrepreneurial life is almost definitely for you.

After answering those questions, how do things look for you? Are you destined to be a successful entrepreneur? Let me know by sending me a message on my instagram @dailybusinessthoughts, because I reply to all feedback I receive.

Thanks for reading, make sure to come back next Thursday for my next blog post!


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