Here are five tips from those who succeeded in business:
- Sophia Amoruso, founder of website Nasty Gal and author of best selling title #GIRL BOSS. Sophia worked hard by refusing to take failure as an option, striving to maintain her vintage clothing empire despite critics and setbacks.
- Restauranteur Jon Taffer, a business owner and the previous host of “Bar Rescue.” In his journey to entrepreneurial status he was encouraged to look at the small details. If you forget to step back and assess your business ventures carefully, you may miss something very significant to your success or to your failure.
- Billionaire Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and Shark Tank judge, truly believes that there are no shortcuts, at least on the road to success. Put in the work and you’ll be proud of the finished product.
- Chip Wilson, founder of Lululemon, popular athletic wear company. According to Wilson the most significant part of his success was learning to share control and allow others to collaborate on the work. Sometimes sharing the load, sharing work and ideas is a better way of getting it done than stressing yourself out and trying to do all of the work yourself.
- Chase Jarvis, CEO of CreativeLive an online base for educational classes on a whole range of subjects. Jarvis found the most significant thing to keep in mind was that it is entirely up to you to ignite your own passions. While they may exist on their own, they will be nothing but dreams unless you put the work in and assess the outcomes.
While all of these people definitely had some luck on their side, they worked very hard to get to where they are today. A huge part of that work came from getting up again after a setback. We hope these business tips have inspired your entrepreneurial side and that you learned a thing or two. Follow 600 Global on Instagram to keep up with the work we are doing!