Most people have never learned how to fight for a dream. They follow the traditional system of formal education that leads to gainful employment. Nothing wrong with that. It’s what the masses do, and frankly, its a far easier path. I refer to it as the zoo; a place where if you follow the rules and keep your hands out of the cages, you’re almost assured of a long, safe 40-year journey to a comfortable retirement in Boca Raton. But for the people who attempt entrepreneurship, its a whole different scenario. This is the Jungle. A dangerous place filled with obstacles and animals that can eat you. You’re never truly safe in the jungle of entrepreneurship, not at least until you have hoarded a mound of cash. The job route requires you to play nice, do what you’re told, and hold your tongue. The Entrepreneurial route requires that you learn how to fight. Not with fists, but psychologically. Watch this short video on how to do it effectively.
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.