Is it nothing to lose and everything to gain when pursuing Money Making Opportunities?

Do you have what it takes to become an entrepreneur? Can you build your own businesses and pursuit for money making opportunities successfully? Well, according to the author of “Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain.” Ryan Blair, not everyone can become an entrepreneur. Check out the blog post title “Entrepreneurship: Nothing to Lose and Everything to Gain” from Yahoo Finance as Ryan Blair talks about his success, experience and advice on becoming an entrepreneur.

Below are some of the words from the blog post that I like:

  • One of the reasons my company ViSalus is one of the fastest growing companies in the industry today is because we share our good, bad, and ugly.
  • As an entrepreneur, having a college degree or getting classroom training won’t hurt your chances for starting a successful business, but it’s ultimately not necessary.
  • If you give people the impression that you can be taken, you will be.
  • Adaptation is the key to survival.
  • Survival is a matter of how you respond to change.
  • Learn how to read people.
  • Not everyone can be an entrepreneur.
  • To be an entrepreneur, you have to have fighting instincts.

One thing I like about Ryan Blair regarding entrepreneurship is the mindset of practical approach. Regardless of who you are or what you are, certain criteria and characteristics will determine your success of entrepreneurship. I also like the point where his company shares everything including good, bad and ugly. This is actually good because others can understand his company better. It allows others to stick with the good and avoid the bad when dealing business with them.

P/S: Although Ryan Blair mentioned that not everyone can become an entrepreneur, he did mention that college degree is not a necessary. Experience is much more important than traditional education when it comes to be a successful entrepreneur.

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