Entrepreneurs work much longer hours than their employees and often without great financial results. John Lee Dumas, an entrepreneur podcaster has three tips to advance yourself and your business. If you operate in your own genius, finding a balance between what you enjoy and what you are good at is step one. Secondly you should concentrate more on your strengths than your weaknesses. He also recommends outsourcing when it’s cheaper than doing the work yourself. Planning, sticking to a routine and staying focused all are techniques to also keep yourself successful and profitable
- It turns out this is a common thing for entrepreneurs—entrepreneurs work 63% longer than the average employee, working an average of 52 hours a week.
- If you feel like you are always working but not advancing in your career one successful entrepreneur has a solution. He says there’s three skills he mastered to build his business to 7-figures in annual revenue in just two years. If you can master these skills, you’ll be able to put an end to “busyness” and advance your career in a fraction of the time.
- This week on Unconventional Life, Dumas shares the three skills every entrepreneur needs to master to advance their careers in 2017.
“It turns out this is a common thing for entrepreneurs—entrepreneurs work 63% longer than the average employee, working an average of 52 hours a week.”
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