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Secrets from Wealthiest Entrepreneurs

Secrets from Wealthiest Entrepreneurs

Forbes covers a great series of interview with successful entrepreneurs on some interesting questions. Some of them are fun to read, other are pretty good tips to get for entrepreneurship:

  • What was your first job?
  • What was your biggest mistake?
  • What is more important: the idea or the execution?
  • What is your advice to young entrepreneurs?
  • How many hours a day do you read?
  • What motivates you?
  • Is there any reason to get an MBA?
  • What can’t you live without?
  • What is the best part about being the boss?
  • If you could be anything else, what would it be?

Which one do I enjoy most? It is probably the answers on “How many hours a day do you read?”. There are no magic formula on how much reading each one needs, but it seems that those successful entrepreneurs spend quite a bit of time to read and get new information. “What is your advice to young entrepreneurs?” has a set of good advices as well.

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Which question do you like?

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Secrets Of The Self-Made – [Forbes]

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