Entrepreneurs don't like to think about failure. We'd much rather focus on the positive. We're doing something most people consider weird and crazy—building businesses out of nothing—so we can't afford to let too much doubt and uncertainty cloud our visions.
That mindset, of course, is crucial to our success. But if our zeal makes us ignore the possibility of failure, then we're making a big mistake. The truth is if you choose an entrepreneurial life, there's a good chance you'll fail. The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation reports that just 46 percent of U.S. startups with employees survive through five years.
My Mission is to empower and equip hundreds of driven online entrepreneurs with skill sets that will not only change their business, but ultimately change their life for the better.