January 23, 2015
As a student, isn’t it annoying when you hear about those grade-school kids that are making millions from selling cookies or trinkets? Or those kids that have money-making startups of their own? One can’t help but feel that they missed the boat while the kids are taking the lead. The kids must be extremely privileged, right? Well, maybe. But that doesn’t mean you lost your chance at striking rich as a student entrepreneur.
Here are 3 tips that’ll help you reach that level of success sooner than later!
Absorb Knowledge from Everywhere
We understand how you can’t help but get inspired by success stories from people who have made it big. But don’t forget the little people. Look into stories of failure. Learn from the mistakes of others, so you don’t make them yourself. Heck, even Richard Branson and Steve Jobs went through their fair share of businesses gone bust. Research where they went wrong.
Consistently Take Decisive and Affirmative Actions
This one is a little tricky to explain. By all means, avoid situations that are likely to lead to failure. But if and when you do fail, don’t take it personally. Put your learnings to good use. As with anything else in life, perfection is not immediate. Entrepreneurs should always seek to learn and constantly improve, for themselves and for their business.
Learn To Keep Your Interests And Passions Separate
In terms of intensity, passions generally outweigh interests. But you have to discover what your passions are first, in order to distinguish between them and your interests. Your interests will give you basic security and stability. Your passions are what will drive you to think out-of-the-box and be a true visionary.