Don’t Forget About the Paperwork — You Need Proper Documentation to Run a Successful Business!

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Peter Voogd talks to Randall Pich about his journey through entrepreneurship as the CEO of Live Fit Apparel.

Voogd asks Pich what he would recommend to a young entrepreneur, one who is just starting his entrepreneurial journey. Voogd asks if there are any particular roadblocks young entrepreneurs should look out for that perhaps only come with experience and time.

Pich talks about the importance of being decisive and organized in your hiring. Moreover, your management should be organized and executed smartly, as well. With job titles and paperwork, you must make sure that you are covering your tracks with official documents.


Full article here: Entrepreneur


 

Advertisements

The Morning Routine That Can Completely Change Your Productivity Levels!

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Jack Canfield talks about some of the small tweaks in your morning that can lead to more success.

A few habits successful people to each morning may sound familiar to you: meditation, exercise and something uplifting.

Another habit Canfield emphasizes is the tendency of being an early riser. Canfield mentions that many successful business leaders wake up before the sun rises, mainly to get ahead of their days or begin diving into reading early. This habit feeds into Canfield’s personal habit of a morning power hour. Canfield explains that this slice of time has drastically improved his mental health, as well as empowered him to make better decisions.

Canfield ends with this: Small changes in your routine can have a big impact on your daily results.


Full article here: Entrepreneur


 

How to Make Your Own Luck Through Hard Work!

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars talks with Mitch Langstein of Cellular Accessories For Less.

Langstein talks about how when he entered his first corporate job, he immediately realized that he wanted to move outside of his comfort zone and do something that was above average. When preparing to start his own business, Langstein’s first step including evaluating space in the marketplace and finding a place in his apartment to set up shop.

The entrepreneur recounts the best advice he received, which was that when you work harder, you may get luckier.


Full article here: Entrepreneur