Success is not in my genes. Rather; hard work is.
Wishing Is Not the Same Thing As Working
Wishing never finished a thesis, won a marathon, or launched a new franchise. As an entrepreneur and businessman, I’ve had to perspire to acquire every inch of my success. You will too, because there are no shortcuts on the road to being superior. You have to show up for your own life.
I launched my first company from my dorm room at Southern Methodist University in 2004. Since then, some things have changed. Some things haven’t. If you think the democratization of data is going to pave your path at the corporate top, you might want to wait to book that flight. Contrary to popular spin, more businesses than ever fail. This, despite the greatest proliferation of information in the history of mankind. So, while it’s true that everyone has a shot, only a few will shine.
My experience as an entrepreneur includes both successes and gaffs. Both have honed my perspective on business. It would be my pleasure to share my insights with you. Let’s connect.
The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.
Ralph Waldo Emerson