About This Show
Show Info: I think business and entrepreneurship is probably one of the hardest things anyone can ever sign up for and this isn’t trying to put a negative spin on it, because I also think that it can be one of the most rewarding things anyone can do. Not a lot gets spoken about about what it takes to create a level of success no matter how big or small. It’s easy to talk about the ‘good’ stuff' or the ‘wins’. I think the failures, the hardship, the work, the bleeding, the battles, the rejection, the late nights, the broke times is the interesting part of being an Entrepreneur. That fascinates me! Any business or successful entrepreneur has always, no matter who they are or what they do, has had to endure the above in some way shape or form, and put in a level of #Graft. I also think that being an ‘entrepreneur’ is a mindset and a spirit, and you can be one as an employee, however this doesn’t get mentioned a lot. I think that as we move into 2018 more and more people will be venture out in to Business and away from ‘corporate’ culture. I think this is a good thing, and I think as time goes on more and more people, especially ‘millennials’ will want to become ‘entrepreneurs’. However I think the level of 'Graft' can be underestimated. I’ve found that with the rise of social media and the way we interact, there seems to a lot of stuff posted about ‘success’ and people buy in to instant ‘gratification’ without realising it takes a lot of work to get there. If you speak to anyone who is successful even if they are employed, no matter what industry or sector, or at any level they will always have this crazy story about how they started, and no doubt some tough moments they have endured to get to where they are. This is interesting, this is real, this is noble and what I think is inspiring! I myself have also been on a journey of being in business, being employed and now embarking on it all over again. So I want to share these stories, put out some real honest content and share a message that I think matters and you the listener can find valuable.