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The Start-up Symphony: Harmonizing Success

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Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Dima Ghawi, David Garofalo, Jordan Mederich, Gino Wickman, Jeremy Slate, Jason Treu, Brian Burke, and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.

(2:45) Dima Ghawi
Anytime you feel challenged and it is starting to really stress you out, instead of thinking about the situation you’re in, think about the lesson you need to learn from the experience. 

(8:35) David Garofalo
Investors will be looking at Gold and Silver increasingly to preserve their Capital because the opportunity cost of owning these precious metals simply doesn’t exist anymore.

(16:00) Jordan Mederich
There’s a lot of macro problems and there’s a lot of micro problems and sometimes we tend to add up the micro to feel macro. We feel like we’ve got all these problems then we get overwhelmed.

(21:35) Gino Wickman
There is nothing wrong if you own 100% of your own business without any partnership. Many times there is this undertone of you’re selfish or something when not at all. If it works it works. Just decide what you are.

(26:15) Jeremy Slate
Nothing in life comes easy. You have to work smarter, not harder. Initially, you may be in a phase of your business where some adversity happens. You just need to work better. If anything comes easy, it’s not worth it.

(32:30) Jason Treu
Leaders are really good at pivoting quickly. They are always ready to step willingly into that role where they take responsibility so that they can ensure the smooth functioning of any work that has to be done.

(37:28) Brian Burke
It’s important to be passionate about what you do. When you’re passionate about something and you hit a wall, you’ll be able to push through it because you know that you want to win. If you didn’t care about it as much, you are likely to give up faster.