At 16, I started my first business. Since then I’ve started, failed and succeeded many times. I’ve successfully secured seed rounds of investment and created winning teams.
To improve the chances of success I dedicated myself to personal, professional and business development, and here’s what I found; they are all one in the same. This revelation became the foundation for ‘The Business of You’ principle.
I began to seriously question the notion of entrepreneurship, and the more I investigated the more uneasy I became with the perception of entrepreneurship. The popular idea of entrepreneurship is a problem and a major reason why many people are not achieving their true potential.
My mission is to challenge the status-quo thinking about entrepreneurship because I believe if we all think like entrepreneurs we can unlock more of our human potential. Whether you’re a student, an employee, freelancer or employer it’s important that you and everyone you work with thinks like an entrepreneur.