Being a successful entrepreneur is a lifestyle (no matter how cliché it sounds); It is what is required to adopt certain habits that, in the long run, will make the difference.

 

  1. Wake up early:



    Most of today’s most successful business leaders wake up before from 7 in the morning. This helps them to find more time for themselves during the morning and to be more prepared for the tasks that lie ahead.

 

  1. Do not obsess over the email



    Take your time to check email, regardless of whether you need to do it once a day or once every two hours. If you do not pay enough attention to your inbox, your communication will be neglected and this will make you lose business opportunities and gain more than one headache.

 

  1. Spend money to earn money


“Money is a means to make more money,” says Oliver Emberton, founder of software firm Silktide. “During his childhood, Warren Buffett and a friend bought a gaming machine for $ 25; in a few months, his small-box business had expanded in such a way that he began to generate regular income. ” Entrepreneurs use money to acquire goods that generate money that generates goods that generate money, and so on.

 

  1. Identify solutions, not problems


According to Andrei Kolodovski, self-styled serial entrepreneur and widely recognized in Silicon Valley, “true entrepreneurs are always looking to make their ideas work, while the rest is focused on identifying all the reasons why their idea is not going to work. If an entrepreneur encounters an obstacle, he mobilizes and looks for ways to overcome it. The rest sees it as an excuse to surrender. “

 

  1. Breakfast uncertainty


Entrepreneurs do not conflict with unanswered questions, according to William Franceschine, a California entrepreneur: “What kind of health insurance will I have? What will happen if the competition copies my idea? How am I going to collect the money? What if someone already has the patent for this? 

  1. Be a positive realist


“They bet intelligently – that’s what getting rich means – an honest appreciation of the odds, a skill that few possess,” says Emberton. The absence of perfect information helps to see the world under a positive gaze. The pessimists are not good entrepreneurs.