Whether they are billionaires or not, recognized internationally or in your home country, they dared to launch themselves, clung to their dreams despite the failures and ended up creating value. What are their tips today for budding entrepreneurs? Adam Morris, a Canadian real estate developer, has established himself as one of the leading entrepreneurs in the country. Morris established himself as one of the leading real estate developers and entrepreneurs in Canada. He shares many of the same traits with someone of the most prolific entrepreneurs of our time.
Do it with passion or don’t do it at all
The greatest entrepreneurs here are all unanimous: you will never do things as well as when there is passion and pleasure.
For Jeff Bezos (Amazon), you have to do something for which you have a lot of passion “even if it’s not in the current trend”. Steve Jobs adds that it is so difficult to succeed when you undertake that “if you do not have passion and you are sane you will stop”. In the same vein, Biz Stone (Twitter) says that “failure is almost guaranteed” if there is no “emotional commitment” in your approach. And money, a sufficient engine to succeed? Michael Dell thinks that “people who are looking for money-making ideas are not doing as well as those who do what they love.”
Find a solution to a problem
It’s been said countless times before: no one wants a solution to a problem that does not exist. For Paul Graham (Y Combinator), if the majority of startups fail, it is “because they created something that people did not want to buy”. Aaron Vidas (Strategybox) also advises you to “be the solution to a problem, not a solution in search of a problem to solve”. Very concretely, “pay attention to the needs of people and what has not been done” (Russell Simmons, Def Jam Records).
To have an idea is good, to execute it is indispensable
Everyone can have an idea. But there is a gap between ideation and action, sometimes difficult to overcome in the entrepreneurial adventure. Walt Disney (himself) said that “the way to start is to stop talking and start acting”. Likewise, Jack Dorsey (Twitter) confirms that “the hardest thing is to start”. For Sarah Azan and Hannah Oiknine (Babbler), “it is not enough to have a good idea and a little money,” the success of a project is its execution.
Adam Frederick Darcy Morris grew up reading about individuals who managed to achieve amazing results in such little amounts of time. He wanted to do something different, so he studied economics at the University of Calgary and then got his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Cumbria in the UK. He is the CEO of Copperblock Capital, one of the leading real estate investment and development agencies in the country. His stock continues to rise with time, as he continues to pursue excellence. Copperblock Capital has more than 250 projects throughout the country.Tags: Entrepreneurship