Copy The Success Secrets Of A HABITUAL Entrepreneur

Learn from the most successful, and accelerate your business success.

Mastering The Entrepreneurial Game

with Best Of Making Bank Series



Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with James Altucher, Evan Carmichael, Anthony Sarandrea, Robert Glazer, Gino Wickman, Jeremy Slate and Mitchell Levy and in this episode you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.

(2:47) James Altucher
The most important thing you need to do for success is exercising your Idea muscle. The idea muscle is that part of your brain where your creativity lies and just like the muscles in your body, it needs daily exercise. If you don’t exercise, when a good idea comes your way you won’t be able to maximize it.

(9:44) Evan Carmichael
Lack of belief is the biggest problem in the world today. Everyone has one very important core value that when you figure it out, it gives you more clarity on how to live your life and what projects to take on. So remember to always believe in yourself and the things you are good at. This will really help you in your journey.

(13:00) Anthony Sarandrea
Life’s biggest shortcut is having a mentor. Get around people who are already where you want to be. It is one of the biggest cheatcode to life. Start seeking out these people and also if you are in a position where you can be that mentor for someone else, never shy away from that opportunity.

(19:13) Robert Glazer
There are a ton of great cultures out there and every business has its own. However, one of the most important things that we all should do is having a very clear vision, clear value, clear goal and most importantly consistency. These attributes are the foundation of a successful company.

(23:28) Gino Wickman
Before you decide to venture into the world of entrepreneurship, you first need to confirm with yourself that you have what it takes. Entrepreneurship may seem flashy and nice but it is not a walk in the park. It is not for everyone. You will be knocked down more times than you think. That is why it is crucial you confirm that it is what you want to do.
(28:36) Jeremy Slate
To build any company you need to have the right people on board. Not everyone will be a prodigy or perfect right from the start. That is why training is very important. You need to train people so that they’ll know what to do in every situation.

(33:40) Mitchell Levy
We tend to want to do business with people that we know, like and trust. That is why being credible is very important. The quality in which you are known, like and trusted will determine how well you will be able to do business in your career as an entrepreneur.