Copy The Success Secrets Of A HABITUAL Entrepreneur

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

The Hustler’s Guide: Crafting Entrepreneurial Success

with Best Of Making Bank Series



Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Jeremy Weisz, Tim Kennedy, Jeff Fenstar, Jesse Krieger, Joe Valley, Rich Schefren and Gary Brecka, and in this episode you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.

(2:24) Jeremy Weisz
As an entrepreneur, being paranoid about things is advantageous because it will make you prepare for any situation. Redundancy is very important in the entrepreneurial world. Always have a backup plan for everything just in case.

(9:15) Tim Kennedy
When you are in the business world, you always need to look out for the right people. They will really help you in your journey. Second thing is having a proper plan. Lastly, you need to have a purpose for everything that you’re doing.

(16:36) Jeff Fenstar
Don’t get tired of trying new things and adapting to change. Nothing ever stays the same. So, even in business, if you want to penetrate new markets and thrive in the world, you have to come up with new methods daily. Never get tired.

(21:29) Jesse Krieger
Try not to take no for an answer. Find ways to convince people to say yes. Come up with tactics and strategies that they cannot resist. Never give up when someone declines. Always assume they will say yes and work your way to it.

(28:11) Joe Valley
Don’t get too attached to your business. Remember to accept the fact that you are going to exit your business one day whether you like it or not. That is why it is very important that you have a proper exit plan ready when that time comes.

(32:45) Rich Schefren
As an entrepreneur, there is nothing wrong with testing and trying out new platforms to see if they work or not. You just need to have a plan ready incase you find out that the platform is not giving you any value.

(38:49) Gary Brecka
“The presence of oxygen is the absence of disease” Nothing is more truthful than this statement. Every disease known to mankind is always directly proportional to the absence of oxygen.