Pursuing the entrepreneurial path can be a very rewarding career, but it can also be a lonely one. There are plenty of ups and downs in the journey. There are long hours, uncertain days, and times when it seems like nothing is working out like it should.
In those times, entrepreneurs have to dig deep.
That is what this podcast episode is about. These are the days when our friends (or loved ones) don’t believe in our dreams, when our doubts get the better of us, or the obstacles in our path seem bigger.
It in those times, entrepreneurs need guidance on how to make it through.
The problem is, there aren’t many people that like to talk about. People like to focus on the money, talk about the deals, and the vacations.
They don’t like to get real.
That’s why Casanova gets real in this episode and talks about loneliness, confusion, and depression. He gives 4 powerful tips he learned after going through his own difficult times.You’ll learn why entrepreneurs (especially real estate agents) fail in their first few years and how you can beat the odds with just four simple principles
What You’ll Learn in This Episode
- Why is entrepreneurship so hard sometimes?
- How to succeed in competitive fields, like real estate (9 out of 10 won’t make it)
- What you need to do to break out of the day-to-day grind of entrepreneurship
- Tips for dealing with the difficult days as an entrepreneur
- Why you should go for a life beyond just “happy”
- Why you can’t change people (and shouldn’t even try
- Why you should ask more questions
- The power of affirmations
- Why you need to protect your energy (and how to do it)
- Leading by example
Podcast Stopping Points[2:30] Dealing with the competition of entrepreneurship
[4:20] How to survive in real estate
[7:40] The “end goal” of entrepreneurship is… (Hint: Many entrepreneurs miss this!)
[10:00] 4 tips for better emotional and mental health as an entrepreneur
Power Quotes from Casanova
“… our toughest battle is overcoming our own mental challenges.”
“Real estate is the easiest industry to enter…but the hardest to be successful at.”
“The test, in itself, does not teach you how to sell real estate.”
“I feel like real estate is the purest form of entrepreneurship..”
“Most people will settle in life.”
“When you are the happiest in your life?”
Resources to Check Out
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