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5 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From The CrossFit Games

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / August 5, 2013

Coming off of an awesome weekend engulfed in watching the CrossFit Games, the world’s largest competition to find The Fittest on Earth, I can’t help but notice the parallels between “The Sport of Fitness” and our day-to-day lives as entrepreneurs. The hustle, hard work, good days, bad days, victories, and losses are things any entrepreneur and CrossFit athlete can relate to. CrossFit itself isn’t a stranger to entrepreneurship,…

Why Moving to South East Asia was the Best Business Decision I’ve Ever Made

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice Travel / July 17, 2013

I live a life that makes a lot of people uncomfortable. Together with my husband, I run an affiliate marketing business; and up until 7 months ago we were flatlining. You see our business was growing, slowly. Our life was healthy, somewhat. We hired help but could only afford one employee. We craved growth; we so desperately wanted to level up, and we longed to shake things up and add…

Zen (Business) Habits: Stop Stressing and Enjoy the Ride

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / July 15, 2013

I wrote “You’re Already a Millionaire, All You Have To Do Is Show Up”. How many successful people have you heard say: I always knew I was going to be successful? Maybe it’s supreme confidence, or maybe they realized that they were put on earth to do something and executed upon it, but my article came to one important conclusion– if you know you are going to be successful,…

I’m Quitting My Job Friday and I Invite You to Leap Into the Unknown With Me

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / June 25, 2013

And it’s been three years in the making. Well, 2 years and 364 days to be exact, but who’s counting? Everyone always talks about walking off stage with diploma in hand, but I think the beginning is much more exciting. Single file into the aisle and up the steps, wait for your name to be called, approach the podium (don’t trip!), remember to accept with your left and…

Build a Machine: The Key to Creating Systems in Your Business and Life

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / June 12, 2013

  Last week, you read about #BeastMode.  How to have more energy than ever.  While energy is great for hustling, for grinding, and being ontop of your game, let’s face it– your own personal energy is only going to get you so far.  What you really need is to be a machine. A well oiled machine, requires very little energy to run.  A machine produces output with little…

An Open Letter to Frustrated Entrepreneurs (A Response)

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / May 22, 2013

Last week Daniel DiPiazza wrote “An Open Letter to Frustrated 20 Somethings” on Under30CEO.  It blew up.  The article had over 100 comments on the first day.  Daniel’s premise: If it was up to him, why would he make a “job” or “work” the center of his life?  When someone asks him “what he does”, why should he have to respond and narrowly define himself by the skills…

7 Ways to Spark Your Creativity Without Leaving Your City

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / May 21, 2013

So you’re busy running a company or you haven’t read enough Under30CEO to figure out how to break away from your 9 to 5 job…. You wish you had time to for excitement and adventure but bills and responsibility always seem to bring you back to reality.  Your brain is caught in a rut, and on your way to work everyday you think the same thoughts… You want…

What People Really Want Out of Life: Excitement

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / May 16, 2013

Everyday at Under30CEO we try to help young people get what they really want out of life.  For some it’s money, power, and fame, for others it’s time to spend with friends and family, still others embrace the journey and continue to search for what happiness might mean to them… Last week my friend Marcella Chamorro who joined us in her home country of Nicaragua for our Under30Experiences…

An Open Letter to Frustrated 20-Somethings…

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / May 7, 2013

So I’ll be 25 this Saturday. I’ve gone through a huge evolution in thought regarding careers, passions, the concept of “work” and life direction in the past 10 years. My first job at the YMCA (at 15), I figured out within 2 weeks that I was great at “pitching” myself during the interview — and I’m a likeable guy…but the work was boring and tedious…and it showed. It’s hard to keep…

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