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Work Ethic

This Entrepreneur Says He Isn't Talented. Here's How He Gets Ahead Anyway.

The secret to Peter Kim's success might surprise you.
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2 min read

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars sits down with Hudson Jeans CEO Peter Kim, who talks about why he has a passion for denim and how he has found success in a competitive industry. 

Kim says he isn't exceptionally smart or athletic. But, because he accepts his own limitations, he realizes that he needs some way to overcome them. For Kim, that means he has to be capable of accepting pain. Whether that's physical, mental or emotional, Kim prides himself on always being willing to take things to the next level -- to push himself harder than others so he can beat more talented people through sheer will.

Click play to learn more about Kim's story and style.

Related: How to Find Contentment in What You're Doing Right Now

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