Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneur’

Unleash Your Inner Entrepreneur

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Unleash Your Inner EntrepreneurThis month I invite you to focus on unleashing your inner entrepreneur so you innovate, execute and deliver results at a level called wow.

First, here are 5 Brain Tattoos to play with:

1) To have the results that ultra-successful performers have, you need to be willing to do the things that only ultra-successful people are willing to do.

2) The discomfort of change is always better than the heartbreak of complacency.

3) What the victim calls Genius, the true entrepreneur knows as practice.

4) Education is inoculation against disruption.

5) There’s zero point in masterfully doing the wrong things.

Second, I’ve recorded this quick learning video from my hotel room on a recent tour to help you win in your work.

Watch it now:

In Leadership,

Robin Sharma

P.S. I’ve put together a fantastic resource with some of my bestselling audio programs and an eBook called the “Become Remarkably Successful Digital Bundle” to help you play at your absolute best (you save 20% when you order before April 2nd). Take your business and life to a completely new level:

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Is The One-Eyed Man King?

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Is the one eyed man king?You’ve probably heard the maxim: “In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king”, the idea being that in a world that lacks clarity – and is full of uncertainty – even someone with a little vision can rule. That’s a pretty relevant line for us, as entrepreneurs, in this extremely uncertain economy (that seems ready to crash). So how can you get the vision, mental toughness and personal focus to block out the distractions so you ONLY do the valuable work that accelerates your profits and moves your business ahead in this financial crisis?

To help you change the game and win as an entrepreneur (or as someone who wants to start their own business), I’m sharing this free training video where I take you through some of the best ideas from the System I shared at the SuperConference (the event sold out and the retail price per seat was $5000 so don’t miss it).

This powerful free training video is called HOW TO STAY REALLY FOCUSED AND POSITIVE IN A BAD ECONOMY. Watch it now:

Kindest regards.

Robin Sharma


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11 Obsessions of Remarkable Entrepreneurs

Monday, April 25th, 2011

11 Obsessions of Remarkable EntrepreneursRecently I delivered a three-hour presentation for the Entrepreneurs’ Organization in Vancouver. I was really delighted to share my ideas on what it takes to be a world-class entrepreneur. The productivity habits of best entrepreneurs, and ultimately how you build a fast growth company while actually cultivating a better lifestyle. A lifestyle where you have more fun and more balance.

And I wanted to share the 11 Obsessions of Remarkable Entrepreneurs with you. Because I shared a lot of the ideas with them and I wanted to offer them to you so you can multiply your profits, build a truly great small company while creating a truly exceptional lifestyle.

The 11 Obsessions of Remarkable Entrepreneurs

1. Remarkable Entrepreneurs understand the quality of the practice determines the caliber of the performance

The Pro Athlete Protocol: Prepare Yourself Mentally, Physically + Emotionally

2. Bureaucrats talk about people and problems, Remarkable Entrepreneurs talk about possibilities and solutions

Focus on results and get things done. Continually ask yourself, “What’s the opportunity here? How can we leverage this situation.” Focus on possibilities. Results. Results. Results.

3. Remarkable Entrepreneurs understand they are paid not just to work, but they are paid to be scared

The best entrepreneurs play out on the edges and take calculated risks. Challenge the way you performed yesterday. Take calculated risks.

4. To have what only 1% of the entrepreneurial population have, you must be willing to do what only 1% of the entrepreneurial population are willing to do

The best entrepreneurs do what’s difficult, what causes them to stretch and what requires commitment. Be committed. Be willing to do what the few do. Develop the leaders around you. Go into silence. Work on your customer experience. Have acute clarity on your 90 day goals. Work on your goals. Build relationships and trust. Persist.

5. Bureaucrats are threatened by change, Remarkable Entrepreneurs are inspired by change

The best entrepreneurs understand that a change is required to get to the next level of profits, success and fulfillment. Go through the confusion to get to the clarity.

6. Bureaucrats have jobs, Remarkable Entrepreneurs have crafts

Develop your talents and make a dent in the universe. Do something you are proud of. Elicit the best within you. The best entrepreneurs aren’t in it for the money, they’re in it for the pride they feel on creating world-class products and doing genius-level work.

7. Remarkable Entrepreneurs understand that an addiction to distraction is the death of creative production

The best entrepreneurs understand the key in business is to shift out of complexity + busy-ness to simplicity + focus. Focus on the few high leverage activities that will get you to where you want to be.

8. Bureaucrats wait until they get the energy, Remarkable Entrepreneurs understand that to get the energy you must first do the work

When you do the Work You Will Receive The 3 Entrepreneurial Gifts:
1. Release of more motivation 2. Release of confidence 3. Release of energy

9. Remarkable Entrepreneurs understand the bigger the dream the more important the team

Leadership is about influence – moving people to action by your example. Leadership is about impact – less talk more results. Leadership is about inspiration – grow other leaders

10. Remarkable Entrepreneurs populate their lives with people whose lives they want to be living

Surround yourself with people and environments that inspire you. Have an obsessive attention to excellence. Create worlds that inspire you.

11. Remarkable Entrepreneurs are obsessed fundamentally with giving

Ask yourself not what can I get, ask yourself who may I help. Business is about producing unusual value for as many people as possible.

Make Your Business Awesome.

Robin Sharma

P.S. Watch the video for The 11 Obsessions of Remarkable Entrepreneurs.

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