How To Succeed In Business Or Career

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    view author's info ( 66, Man | Richmond Hill, ON, CAN )

    I involve myself in many ventures from producing music to controlling real estate and marketing products worldwide. Creativity drives me, it's an interesting career that provides a very flexible schedule.

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    view author's info ( 52, Woman | King of Prussia, PA, USA )

    My success in business stems from a positivity, passion, being true to my word, and taking a genuine interest in the customer's needs, creating a "win-win" scenario. My credibility is of upmost importance, and I stand behind my commitments, as trust is at the cornerstone of a long-lasting business relationship, no different than in a relationship/partnership.

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    view author's info ( 34, Woman | Houston, TX, USA )

    I started a private tutoring company about a decade ago after teaching high school math. Im currently expanding my company with the mindset of achieving financial freedom through passive income. Im also starting a couple of other businesses and learning about other investment opportunities (real estate, stocks etc.)

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    view author's info ( 72, Man | Ormond Beach, FL, USA )

    Ive worked since I was 10 started cutting lawns in Michigan, Then sorting Bottles at Coca Cola and never stopped , High School, Oil Fields , a little College then at 20 years full time at Coca Cola , 1979 started my Beer Career and still at it

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    view author's info ( 40, Woman | Temple, TX, USA )

    I am a Nurse Practitioner and finished this degree after my divorce while raising kids. It took strong will, drive and determination but I am so blessed to be able to help people with my license. When I set my mind to something, nothing will stop me from achieving it. I also believe in mindset and the power of positive thinking. I manifest a beautiful life and career for myself.

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    view author's info ( 35, Woman | Miami Beach, FL, USA )

    I started in Real Estate at a sales center and got my license shortly after. I now am a property manager for several million dollars apartments. I also sell Commercial Real Estate. My clients are always happy!

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    view author's info ( 50, Man | Dallas, TX, USA )

    I've achieved success throughout my career by helping others to find their success. We can certainly dive deeper should you have an interest in learning more. i help give advice to others to help achieve their goals in life and work hard towards what they wish for in life and blah blah blah lol

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    view author's info ( 60, Man | Alpharetta, GA, USA )

    I worked very hard for many, many years. No silver spoon. No shortcuts. All was earned not given. Perhaps that is why I value my success so dearly. The journey made me a better person. One filled with gratitude and appreciation of others sacrifice and hard work.

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    view author's info ( 71, Man | Winter Haven, FL, USA )

    Wealth building is usually a life long endeavor so i don't know what value that my journey will be for most. 1- Get married young to a smart hard working spouse with similar and lazy is a fail 2- Wait to have a foundation....but you will never feel like you can afford kids...just b smart 3- Work 6 1/2 days a week....your regular job,,,,, plus side jobs 4- Be patient.....don't buy new cars... own used cars and be debt free...take your money and invest in real estate 5- Conservative investments in real estate is a no brainer....don't overextend yourself 6- Do not be afraid to take risks,,,,build up your credit score 7- Your spouse is your equal partner.....doesn't matter who makes the most money 8- You may grow apart and separate but always be honest and fair with your spouse in dividing up things.....It doesnt cost anything to do the right thing....ever.....and you will be blessed

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    view author's info ( 54, Woman | Powder Springs, GA, USA )

    Endlessly learning and striving to be better than the day before. It is also important to have a great work life balance. Understanding that fine line of "time to work" and "time to play" is critical to any type of success. Blend in family time and you have all you need!

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    view author's info ( 38, Woman | Tampa, FL, USA )

    I am at every stage of my life. I found out how incredibly strong I can be nothing knocks me down everything makes me stronger, wiser, grateful, happier! Why do you keep me going? Find out why and you will have a reason to make all your dreams come true !!

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    view author's info ( 58, Man | Wilton, CT, USA )

    There are many factors and variables that have contributed to my success and I don't mean that just from a financial perspective. I was fortunate to find my passion early in life I've never worked for anyone except for myself since college and I credit my ability to strive everyday to my uncanny focus and pursuing things that are relevant to helping mankind.

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    view author's info ( 56, Woman | San Marcos, CA, USA )

    Staying flexible to change the emphasis of my career but staying true to what I really like to do - communicate about relevance of policy developments on business. Had to change to meet demands of countries where I have worked. This has definitely been challenging but it has always been interesting and enabled me to travel quite a bit.

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    view author's info ( 61, Woman | Daytona Beach, FL, USA )

    My success is by never having fear of failure. Without risk there would never be success. I am blessed to be where I am today. I have always made sure that the people that helped me with my success are also given the opportunities to be successful. I would not be where I am to day with out them.

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    view author's info ( 42, Man | Dorado, PR, USA )

    Focus, intention, and relentless personal growth. I'm not a workaholic. But I work on myself a lot. Always looking for areas where I could be holding myself back, letting it go or pushing myself through it and then stepping even more fully into my power.