It may be stating the obvious, but starting a business is not easy. That is the beauty of All Star Motivation. We don’t just train you in perfume we show you how to make a life with it. A life full of your dreams coming true if you are willing to put the work in. All Star Motivation is not just a brand it’s a life style. Full of hard work and rewards.
Today’s business world is creating opportunities for young entrepreneurs like never before. Young people from all over the world are increasingly showing interest to become a business owner. According to a survey conducted by the Kauffman Foundation, the idea of starting a business over other career choices has risen amongst young adults in the past few years, particularly for 18–25 year olds.
Read on to explore the list of best practices and tips that provide young and aspiring entrepreneurs a clear idea of what they can do and how they can boost their chances at being their own boss with All Star Motivation.
Don’t hesitate to challenge yourself–Richard Charles Nicholas Branson, an investor, author, and philanthropist, who started his first business venture at the age of 16 believes that his true motivation is to keep challenging himself. He sees life as one big university where he gets to learn a new lesson every day. If you are up to the challenge of starting a venture, don’t be afraid to challenge yourself. Don’t let work become a burden for your team.
Believe in All Star Motivation and it’s Plan for you–You will never make All Star Motivation work for you if you don’t believe in the product or yourself. Remember, the very first rule of starting your All Star Motivation business is to believe in the plan we have given you. We give you all the tools and training you need to succeed but you have to work and you have to work hard.
Have a vision–According to David Karp, the founder, and CEO of Tumbler, a true entrepreneur is someone who holds a clear vision and desires to create something unique with it. That means you need to keep your vision clear at all times, regardless of what challenges you face.
Do the time–Rome was not built in a day. We have all heard that phrase. All Star Motivation is the same. When you open the doors to your business they will not just flock to your door. You will need to be patient. Work the plan we give you and good people will come. It never fails if you work right. It will take time to get to 300, 500, 700, and 1000 but if you are patient and work hard you will see results.
Find good people to work with–The kind of people you have in your team are one of the biggest factors in deciding the fate of your business. The concept here is pretty simple — Who you’re with is who you become. Reid Hoffman, the co-founder of LinkedIn, also believes that the best and the fastest way to turn yourself into an entrepreneur is to find people who are already the way you want to be. That’s us in the nut shell. You have access to Billy, me and Chad on a daily basis. We are here to guide you and help you in your success journey. We can’t help you if you don’t call us.
Learn from the mistakes you make–When it comes to business, failure is your best teacher. When you make mistakes or face a little setback on your way to success, you get the opportunity to learn and improve yourself. So don’t get disappointed when something doesn’t happen as per your expectations. See what you have done wrong, take your notes, do the changes, and move forward. We tell you this all the time. Fail until you don’t. Thomas Edison found 1,000 ways to not make a light bulb. Think about that the next time you have a set back.
We have a goal for 2019 and that’s each of you to promote at least 1 solid office. We will double in size as a company and truly, given someone else the All Star Opportunity, is the most amazing feeling! So get to work and start planning. Next week will be the last News Letter until next year and it will be about planning for 2019 so get ready!