Founder of Rich20Something
Daniel DiPiazza is the founder of
, where he teaches young people how to start businesses that they care about and live happier lives.
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Social Media Business Growth
Quality content, and lots of it, is the foundation you build a following on but to grow big, you'll eventually need a marketing strategy.
The notorious drug lord committed some horrible acts, but he also built and ran a business empire.
Boredom is the only place where your thoughts are truly unedited and unadulterated.
A life without pleasure would be unbearable but a life devoted to just pleasure is certain to be unsatisfying.
Exalt the title CEO less and look at it more as just a tough job you need help to do as well as you can.
The essence of entrepreneurship is building a business that helps people, not simply marketing anything likely to sell.
Nobody you don't know can buy what you sell if you only talk with the same few people all the time.
You're already working hard and smart. Now learn how to quit obsessing about your arbitrary milestones.
People experience emotional ups and downs in their lives, and entrepreneurs are no exception.
Reading a lot and meditating enough are a very good start to becoming more knowledgeable with a lot less stress.
Extraordinarily successful people overcome the same sort of challenges that face each of us.
The world won't do much to encourage you when you seek opportunity but there is good reason not to get discouraged.
Combine falling asleep early with a morning routine that greets the sun. You'll enjoy how it easy it becomes to get much more done.
The capacity to endure what life brings without complaint or boasting is the true measure of success.
Ready To Launch
Try, fail, learn, repeat. It's not fast but it gets you there sooner than not starting until you're 'ready'.
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