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    View author's info ( 42, Woman | Las Vegas, NV, USA )

    I am the master of my own destiny. I've put in the long hours and endless nights which has created many opportunities for myself. I knew when I graduated from college that the way to rise to the top is by creating the empire. I work hard and play harder.

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    View author's info ( 70, Man | San Rafael, CA, USA )

    Endlessendlessendlessendlessendless....endless hard work from Jan 1980 to Jan. 2005. Total focus on the needs of my clients. I attacked my clients' competitors with superior creative concepts and execution. I lived to take market share away from my clients' competitors. And then came the internet. Everything became digitized. I still work with one client as an advisor. Time to do other "stuff."

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    View author's info ( 55, Woman | Santa Barbara, CA, USA )

    My business success? Lots of factors I guess -- trying out lots of avenues of media, and finding the corridors of opportunity along the way. I work hard, am dependable, and deliver to my clients - always. Not a flake counts a lot in being a Youtuber and also running a few companies. The business I own: I own a media production company. I'm hired to produce videos where typically I'm representing companies showing products to my Youtube audience within my Youtube videos. Also, I run a commercial production company, where I hire actors/actresses to demonstrate products for website demonstrations or Amazon sales videos. I also am hired as a speaker, and marketing consulting for companies. I'm currently Chief Marketing Director for a new start up, part time as well. I host a number of TV shows, including a travel show, cooking show, and a news show about the coronavirus. I have a team of people that work for me to help in my business.

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    View author's info ( 40, Man | Chicago, IL, USA )

    Fake it till you make it...... or break it. A lot of pretending to know what I'm talking about. A lot of convincing people to believe in me and what I could do for them, or to them. An unhealthy obsession over creativity, statistics, patterns, and growth.

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    View author's info ( 40, Woman | Albany, OR, USA )

    I treat every client as I would like to be treated in any transaction or phone call. With respect and no ego. You never know where someone is from or what they have seen to gain the knowledge they have.

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    View author's info ( 46, Woman | New Carlisle, IN, USA )

    I'm not a premium member yet so email me at nursemarieanne@yahoo.com to chat I'm a registered nurse. There is nothing more rewarding than the job I do. Saving someone's life is the best experience ever. I do critical care step down. I'm going to further my education and get into asthetics. I'd love to do Botox, fillers. threading and laser treatments for skin conditions or to remove old unwanted tattoos. Would love to open my own business.

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    View author's info ( 26, Woman | Washington, DC, USA )

    I'm a Philanthropist, businesswoman and mother. I appreciate all that life has to offer. I achieve my goals by believing in myself " First". I have a versatile skill set which has been very beneficial.

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    View author's info ( 51, Woman | Sun City Center, FL, USA )

    My family owned a couple of businesses while I was growing up. This definitely instilled a good work ethic. Previously worked in the airline industry, I've learned adaptability and flexibility, I traveled often at the time.

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    View author's info ( 60, Woman | Fresno, TX, USA )

    I am a single Mom who has lived most of my life helping others. After my husband died I had to stop teaching and support my family. I became certified to sell products that I knew everyone needed and gave me the opportunity to be available to my children. I wanted to make sure that they would never go without and that the money I inherited would not be wasted.

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    View author's info ( 56, Man | Scottsdale, AZ, USA )

    Soo, to this point I have been a pretty good businessman and a better then pretty good investor and now I have been doing it awhile so I have to write another fifty or so words, I found that goals and planning the best one can, can really help.

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    View author's info ( 35, Man | Dallas, TX, USA )

    The biggest thing that people underestimate for business success is the degree to which risk is required. There is absolutely no chance of success without risk. Risk requires tolerance for ambiguous situations where outcomes are unclear. This makes most people very uncomfortable, which is why entrepreneurs are so unique.

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    View author's info ( 57, Woman | Troutdale, OR, USA )

    I enjoy serving people, making them feel someone cares that they are being heard. I have a way of helping people with my knowledge to offer opportunity for a better life for themselves and their family. My success comes from hard work and a passionate heart. I have many skillsets and room to grow into a better self. I'm hoping my partner will want to support my choices.

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    View author's info ( 51, Man | Naples, FL, USA )

    Listen to my employees and give them the tools to succeed and not set them up to fail. And definitely inspect what I expect from them in return. Support and take very good care of the people that take care of me. And pay above average wage and a great benefit package. Keeping in tune with all parts of the company not just the money, you need happy people that want to work for you, and happy to come to work everyday not dread it.

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    View author's info ( 57, Man | Newport Beach, CA, USA )

    For 35 years I achieved my success by being a very compassionate and trust worthy advisor to my many clients. Growing up in the financial services industry when dealing with peoples wealth it was always important to be a great listener. By always doing the right thing and staying conservative I was able to build a very successful investment firm in the land of many Wall St giants

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    View author's info ( 45, Man | Sherman Oaks, CA, USA )

    The persistent application of effort, a dose of good luck and being able to see trends ahead of time. Being able to determine when to take risk, knowing when to delegate, understanding a business is really the people it is made of. Have passion for whatever it is that you do. That's the fuel that get's you through the hardest of times. Know that everything takes longer than you expect.