The top 7 things NOT to do when starting a business

The top 7 things NOT to do when starting a business


7 ”NOTs” to consider when starting a business So I got a great question for one of my YouTube viewers emil Love you guys wrote in to say Evan I’ve been watching your videos for a while now I hope you enjoyed your trip to Asia. [I] did it was awesome You can watch the videos. I’ve searched on Youtube on google, and I always get videos articles about what to do I believe knowing what not to do is equally important usually all I get is generic tips which is don’t grow too fast But there are no concrete case studies, but when it comes to successful stories there are specific examples I was thinking if maybe you can have videos or articles analyzing explaining How businesses failed especially startups it would be great if you can use your influence to encourage Entrepreneurs who have failed to share their stories with you. That way the mistake will only be made once, because we all will have learned from it. Hopefully you consider my suggestion. Emil This is for you [here] are the top 7 things not to do when starting the business? Number one is pick the wrong business. A lot of companies fail, right? 80% + of companies fail in five years, a lot of it’s because you picked the wrong business. Your business just trying to make money, and if money is your only goal, you’re not going to be successful. You look at any entrepreneur who starts off and just trying to make money, they rarely do, or if you look at the most successful entrepreneurs of all time the big names of people who you would recognize: Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs whoever it is. Look at why they got started look at the early days of the reason for starting their business the number one is never to make money okay, they want to have a positive impact they want to change the way something is done. They want to mean something, but it’s not just to make money now making money is important, okay? I’m not saying start a charity you got to make money you got to be able to support [yourself] your family your community live the Lifestyle you want money is going to be important. We’re not throwing it away But it’s not the number [one] reason for starting this business you have to be [passionate] about what you’re doing [and] too many entrepreneurs Pick the wrong business number two is make the perfect plan so many entrepreneurs Before they get started they want to have the perfect plan you gotta have it all lined out It’s got to be a hundred percent Quick know exactly what you’re going to do before you launch and and that holds you back, and this was me, okay? My in my first real business retta saab the the biotech software company I had I spent a whole summer making my plan right here’s how we’re going to grow here’s exactly what we’re going to do and as soon as we launched Everything changed because my plan was wrong my assumptions were wrong and so To many entrepreneurs get focused on making the perfect plan That they don’t start that they hold themselves back the best thing you can do is plan a little and start Right when you get feedback and reaction and customers telling you what they like and don’t like you’ll have to adapt anyway So get that feedback as soon as possible don’t worry about making the perfect plan and don’t wait Until you have that perfect plan because so many people wait so long that they don’t actually take any action at all they give up On it because they can’t figure out the perfect plan you will never have the perfect plan [at] the start so start Number three is spend money so many entrepreneurs have Great ways on [how] to spend money right if I gave you a million dollars you can find a million different ways to spend it Not many entrepreneurs are great at making money, and so stop trying to think about how [to] spend money, okay? You do not need a website you do not need an office you. Do not need a car You [don’t] need business cards [you] don’t need anything you need you and your hustle to get out there and start talking to customers [stop] trying to figure out ways to spend money you do not need money to make money You need to work you need the hustle you got to get out there and start talking to people [it] takes your time, you got to invest your time, but don’t start investing your money stop spending money Until you’re making some money number four is try to do it alone. [you] can’t do this alone You cannot do this just on your own you need people to [help] you and whether that’s having Volunteers or interns that I have when I started my first business whether it’s having people who are working for you? Part-time the first guy hired was for one hour a day to relieve some of the work off [of] me Right [whether] that’s having a mastermind group of people that you connect with I have one I run here in Toronto where we meet every month to talk about our businesses and help each other out [you] can’t do this alone you need to be able to talk to people how [people] help you and we’re not spending money at the start right back to the last point We’re not spending money on these people to start, but you can attract people to you You can meet up with [the] mastermind group once a month. You can have volunteers or student interns helping you out Hey, if you’re saving for something important, you’re going to have people coming to you I can’t tell you how many people want to volunteer At my business because I’m trying to do something big and important you could start that way But don’t don’t try to do everything yourself Because running the business is a lot harder than one person can manage [and] if you want to do something big [you] want to have a big impact [you] want to change the world you want to have a huge you know meaning and also make a lot of money in the process You need to be able to reach out and not do everything yourself Number five is jump into the wrong partnership so many entrepreneurs Jump in the partnership. Maybe you met somebody at a hackathon over the weekend you have this great business idea And there’s six of you starting up Don’t jump in the bed with the wrong partner and I get why you do it right you want to surround yourself with like-Minded People who have complementary skill sets you’re on board here’s our big vision. Here’s where we’re going rah Rah, Rah here We go and then when things get tough That’s when the partnership starts to crumble that’s when a lot of fights start to happen being in the business partnership is Just as important as being in a marriage right you got to think about these people as I’m [gonna] get married to this person Can I live with that right you’re you’re seeing them? How many hours of the day right you’re seeing them probably more than you’re going to see your husband or wife during the week? So [you] have to be someone who has the same? Values as you and the best way to try that [out] is to [start] working together on small projects before jumping together into the partnership Work on one small project together See if you guys get along [see] if you work well together see if you share that same vision see if you share the same Values, it’s so much more than just having complementary skill sets right if you’re the business guy you need a coder You don’t just bring on any coder who can who can program what you need right? then give them shares in your business has to be somebody who you [can] get married to and Work with for the [rest] of your life potentially, right? It’s got to be that important so don’t just jump into the wrong partnerships number six is operate in a bubble so many [entrepreneurs] and myself included We try to figure everything out ourselves And I wasn’t investing in [myself]. I wasn’t learning to try to get better. [I] remember with my first business [I] was earning [300] dollars a month and and surviving on Beans and Struggling and and trying to put up a good face for my friends because I was supposed to be the guy Making it big and doing well, but meanwhile I tried everything I knew I was failing [I] couldn’t afford anything I couldn’t afford a night out to have beer with my friends and The strategy that saved me was was [modeling] success and and looking from the strategies of bill [gates] And how we started Microsoft applying that to my company? And that helped me start to grow and if I never look at what made bill gates successful I call it wouldn’t have been able to make my company be successful because I actually told my partner that I quit like I was so Stressed out. I was so tired of not making any money That that [I] wanted to quit and do something that I felt that would would be meaningful and and I would feel valued in So I was operating the bubble And you can’t operate in the bubble you have to bust through right? Whatever your comfort zone is you got to be able to bust through that to become the entrepreneur that you can truly become? So that’s model success learning from others watching videos reading books stretching your comfort zone stretching your knowledge Zone Stretching the the safe environment [that] you have for yourself to become a better entrepreneur and every single big break up having my business career has been because I’ve taken my limiting beliefs and smashed it and expanded them a little bit more and expand them and Expand them [and] believe [that] I could do more and learn from others to to accomplish those things and model strategies and mall success So stop operating in a bubble and number seven is startup product. This is a bit of a controversial one, but Big fan of product startups the main reason comes back to the money issue, right? I want you to get profitable as soon as possible I want cash in your hand as soon as possible and the problem with product companies Are you spend a lot of money at the start right you have to invest into product into inventory and so many companies entrepreneurs [start] [up] invest a lot you know they put a lot on the line They [may] you know take out another mortgage on their on their house They may pull out money from their retirement savings To launch into this product and then they end up with all of this inventory sitting in their garage In their basement that they can’t sell and so many product companies fail Because they picked the wrong product and it’s so much easier to start in a [service-based] business Because you’re not investing anything except your time You don’t need to invest any money into a service based business except your time And what that does is allows you to get close to [your] customers? Allows you to refine [your] message allows you to find your service because the service you go in thinking You’re going to do is not the service that you end up actually Doing it will change right go back to the point about planning it will change and it’s so much easier to be flexible in a service based business to figure out what your offer is going to be and Then launch into [a] product right get some cocktail coming in get that Mortgage bill and that electricity bill paid off from your service based business. [it’s] harder the scale of service It’s much easier to scale Park That’s why it’s so attractive right you want to trade time for money you want to build a huge empire? That’s why building a product but start with the service to get the cash She’ll coming in to get you close to the customers to get you understanding what it is that [people] want? You have a base of people that sell your product to you. Have an income stream coming and support you then launch your product dominate the world So I’m not a fan of starting with a product so in summary the top seven things not to do when start in the business Number one pick the wrong business number two make the perfect plan number three spend money number four try to do it alone number five jump into the wrong partner number six operating the bubble number seven start a product and Believe you guys liked this video. You want to see more you can subscribe to the channel? [thank] you so much for watching I’ll see you soon Hi, I’m [tourism] from my manager and chef calm and how might this new [Center] ethic subscribe? you

100 Comments

  1. Health and Me says:

    I’d rather have consultants and mentors than partners.

  2. Rigan 000 says:

    Nice talk keep it up

  3. Colin Cayvz says:

    You said don’t spend money.. but most need a mastermind and those tend to cost money.

  4. Xavier Kei Paddy says:

    interesting video. # 7 not starting a business with a product shocked me because I believed investing in a small portion to make a product, then try sell the first 20 items & that'll give you an idea on how strong your need of your product is. A product is a small doorway so you dont ruin your reputation when dealing with "customers". I feel you would have more leeway with a product.
    I would like to stick to it depends on the type of product you manage that will determine your success. I plan to open a business in the near future, I'm taking my time right now due to financial barriers. My buddy Glenn does a service. it makes us money now. I feel bad im skilless right now;

  5. Paul Argueta says:

    Great post! Appreciate the insight.

  6. Omer Simpson says:

    You need to be passionate about what you're doing not just wanting to make money…What if making money is my passion???

  7. James Yeung says:

    #6 Burst that bubble!! This is probably my biggest limitation!!

  8. Ms Money Boss says:

    this is a very helpful video!

  9. Hafez Effandy Bahadon says:

    Thank you..

  10. Eleventh says:

    And don't play safe!!

  11. Alessandro Coraglia says:

    Are you saying that charities don't make money? This really makes me want to stop watching your video…

  12. W3 Lab says:

    We are a relatively new business, so we learned on our mistakes. Very good guide, well done!

  13. aemeric English says:

    1. pick the wrong business, never look for money

    2. make the perfect plan, drag too much time

    3. Spend money too much

    4. try to do it alone

    5. jump into the wrong partner

    6. operate in a bubble, dont be closed minded, start explore

    7. startup product

  14. Photo Booth International says:

    Chose the right business that's in line with your passion, hustle and prepare for the great results!!

  15. neruda girl205 says:

    U need some to point you in the right direction. It's not what you know it's who you know. Don't get around negative people who shoot down your ideas for success. If they ain't doing anything to improve their life don't even hang out with them. Hey and bye. Most people I get help or get advice from are already successful in their work. Don't be afraid. U have to try. Believe in yourself, don't be lazy, pray, grind, research, make connections. If the connection ain't helping you on any level cut that ish off PERIOD. Peace and love guys. Good luck ??

  16. Scrazzi the Artist says:

    Usually when you guys say "I cant afford to have a beer w/friends" you have 100K in the bank. When I say it, my only friend left eats Greenies.

  17. Musa Sheikh says:

    REALLY A GREAT VIDEO

  18. Dara K. Fulton says:

    Needed this !!!! I've been struggling to just get started and get my business off the ground and this video really helps. Thanks so much ?

  19. arjun jamwal says:

    I love the video Evan, but I don't agree with the 7th point. Especially if it has to do with a sensor based startup… These DONTS can sometimes hit people hard. And just to state it out, product based start-up work out really well…

  20. CaptainFacts says:

    You can’t hire someone one hour a day. It’s against labour laws.

  21. Fawaz Rob says:

    Agree with everything except #7 "Start a product". Microsoft, Apple, Google, Facebook… any big ones or any company that became successful, started with product, not with service. Service is easy to provide, but that is why it also faces steep competition and much more prone to fail. Services can be easily replicated by competitors, but a unique product can't. Hence, a good product has more potential for a company to succeed. Apple had excellent customer service back in the 90's; but If Steve Jobs didn't come up with good products like iphone or imac, Apple would be bankrupt long time back. START WITH A PRODUCT. A UNIQUE AND GOOD PRODUCT.

  22. G_A_M_M_A says:

    this is a good video but it's not for me. I'm just trying to start a cleaning business lol

  23. Jason Lamure says:

    Emil where do I start with the mistakes? Failures can bring success even if you just learn to get at it again.. And always lead with value that can change peoples lives. If you do that the money will come. This is a great video!

  24. Chris S says:

    Good message. Thank you.

  25. AUSTIN IG says:

    I feel him on this one truely just start you don't have to know everything before starting

  26. 量子マインドセッター上野弘貴 says:

    This is very inspiring!!

  27. UFOlici says:

    0:58 Number 1 – Pick the WRONG business ==> Instead pick your passion!
    2:00 Number 2 – Make the PERFECT plan ==> There is no PERFECT just start to Adapt and pivot if you need too!
    3:06 Number 3 – Spend money ==> Instead try guerrilla marketing and tactics
    3:54 Number 4 – Try to do it alone ==> Network instead
    5:11 Number 5 – Wrong partner ==> Better think before you jump!
    6:38 Number 6 – Operate in a bubble ==> Stay current with news around you
    8:25 Number 7 – Start a PRODUCT ==> Better start a service first!

  28. Book Bordel says:

    Suntin = something

  29. Karen Grigoryan says:

    This is quality content. Thank you.

  30. Irfaan A.B. says:

    Thanks Evan!

  31. Heart Of A Man says:

    Thank you Evan. Resilience and reality can make a huge difference.

  32. lalyn says:

    How can you know you're in the wrong business!!!

  33. WAN DIESEL says:

    All the mistakes he's talking about I did when I started my first business. It was a recording studio and it was tough. I had people on my team that didn't give the business 100 percent. I myself gave up after two months. I will have another recording studio which will be successful because I learned from the first recording studio.

  34. M. says:

    it is crazy that the first reason is still giving me a hard time to settle. im in my early 20s and have worked with my dad who has multiple small businesses. he always tells me to not think of getting money as everything, same with my experience in college as i work to get my mechanical engineering degree. i've started a mobile detailing business not to only get money but to get experience as an entrepreneur first-hand and i gotta say when im out there working it feels great, for now. but it's the downtimes i have like when im looking up engineering jobs that makes me think how can i increase my incoming revenue, very good video thanks

  35. REM AM says:

    Hey Evan,
    What a perfect advice for a business woman like me who always failled in business?. Every single words of you i picked it all. And definitely i will apply to my very self? Bravo! Thanks a lot

  36. Laika says:

    "You dont need money to make money" is some sort of joke right?? Stop spending money like os this for real???? Sure you might not need a company car {depending on the business} but you still need to spend!! Im sorry to say but suppliers dont accept passion and desire for inventory or raw materials. Not to mention the administrative side of things like registering your busines, complying with any regulations, insurance…. there are sooooo many recurring costs YOU ABSOLUTELY NEED MONEY TO MAKE MONEY

  37. chaotik crow says:

    Did anyone ever said to you that you looked like Nicolas Cage?

  38. The Influencer Project says:

    Starting a business is a good decision; however, it can be challenging. It is not as simple as it looks. That's why you need a strong plan and a drive to see it through.

  39. Jrob G says:

    What if u want a team but can’t find someone to believe in u and your ideas?

  40. Marat Mustafin says:

    It is interesting how different are business plans for different aspects of business. What i agree, is every business plan, no matter how perfect it is at the beginning, its different in actual life. Every entrepreneur should make his own decisions, but take into account other people experience.

  41. Celest Vee says:

    Hey Evan! What college course is best for aspiring entrepreneurs?

  42. Firman Umisalsa says:

    Good ???

  43. Suhana Shat says:

    I just start my new business in services. I'm thinking to get partnership because i need someone to help me. But after i watching your video i change my mind i will do it alone. Thanks!

  44. Leonie Haumu says:

  45. Secret Horse says:

    This was very insightful and thought-provoking. I don't know your channel, so I don't know how much faith to put in your suggestions, but I will say that everything you said made me think critically about my business. While watching this, I realized I've made some mistakes and in fact I AM the one in my partnership who is holding us back, because I want the "Perfect Plan". I'm deathly scared of getting our first customer and not delivering the best experience possible, so I haven't made enough effort to reach out to customers. Thank you for making this video and good luck!

  46. Captain FALKEN says:

    My plan is genius…. a gym. Where everyone benefits for the better and it's a responsible and enjoyable hobby for true enthusiasts of science. Customers in this situation may become friends. I love fitness myself.

    I'm sick of losing money on useless things that kept me stranded in the same postition for the last 4 and a half years. 16 years old, 300 bucks every week at 7 an hour. 8 years later, 14 and hour, yet a similar check every week. Nothing has changed. What am I even doing? I don't even drink or smoke.

    HotWheels didn't work out at first.. but became the #1 most successful/bought toy EVER PRODUCED, because of all the other ideas also to go with it like tracks. "Play value". Workers. Ideas(Larry R. Wood, Ruth Handler, Elliot Handler, etc)

  47. Deshawn Washington says:

    I'm sorry but I don't agree with you 100%, money is a MAJOR part of starting a business. Having a website to represent your services or goods is important, it's what gets you out there especially in this day and age. It's worth the investment, along with a name that represents the services or goods you provide. I would say, the first thing to do is pick something people need, create a name over it protect it, then continue to advertise your services or goods to get sales! Sales come slowly, exposure is everything. I failed the first time I started my business, I came right back up and am now doing better. Gotta stick it through, everyone has a different vision.

  48. Diana Hamid says:

    Hello Evan
    This was an amazing video.

    And I need a help as I am starting a startup
    What books I could read or courses I can take just to have the basic knowledge about starting a business.

    We have the idea and the vision bu we don't know how to go on the track.

  49. Paul Ryan Doronila says:

    Woow amazing

  50. Derek Gore says:

    This is great advice!

  51. velona moses says:

    Great advise ?? thank you

  52. Damian Eisold says:

    Service understand what they want than after u got a income launch a product

  53. Gopi Acs says:

    awesome video

  54. Anna Zumwalt says:

    Um… big thanks to you for this. You just nailed home a point my mentor suggested and that I’ve been wrassselling with. Great vid!

  55. Thebestyoutubechannelever says:

    I like this dude

  56. Maria Fontana says:

    Learn from experience,
    thanks

  57. Leea Robinson says:

    Evan what was your fire business

  58. Saksham Kumar Singh says:

    Thank u so much for this video. Can we hv more on these. Love from India.

  59. Thomas Kubrak says:

    Great video! Thanks for opening up in step 6. Really opened my eyes some more to what needs to be done

  60. TOP TRENDS says:

    Im 14

  61. Inquisitive Hound says:

    You should you really focus on the What To Do aspects which will cancel out the negatives.

    The two essential components of any business,
    A products and/or service,
    Customers to sell your product and/or service to.

    Research to the nth degree who exactly your customers and what they want then sell what they want to them.

    QQS as discussed by Napoleon Hill in his book Think & Grow Rich.
    Quantity, Quality and Spirit

  62. Victor Duran says:

    How bout pablo?

  63. Turon Senpai says:

    Im 18… im entering college but i want to start a business. I get scared since i have no idea how to plan it all out. But your advice number 2 assured me

  64. Kingimara says:

    Who reads that fast! (7:54) hahaha. I’d have a MegaBrain if I could go through books like that.
    Great video, thanks for the advice.

    If anyone is still reading this. Please take care of your health while starting a business.

    – Rest
    – Drink water
    – Get a workout plan, make a workout plan
    Health is wealth ??

  65. Armandas Aurila says:

    Great! Thank you for the tips, Evan ?

  66. Atalia Felicia says:

    Never think you can do it all by yourself. Very true. Also, get a mentor, don't do it in a bubble.

  67. 오늘 하루도 맑음 says:

    I just thought for a second there that you were a rapper lol you’ve gotta perfect flow man

  68. Eddie Gaytan says:

    Not to believe when starting a business?

  69. Jahmila Holbert says:

    I'm super happy that I ran into this video, because I was just at work a few hours ago and I said to my self I want to start my own business. but I have no skills or knowledge in the business area. So as soon as I got home I did lots of research on obtaining a sellers permit. or how i should launch my brand any feed back will be great.

  70. The Bearded Biceps says:

    I like the enthusiasm, but I don't agree fully. You stated that "You don't need a website…" In this technological age, it would be impossible to be successful using only "hustle". Everyone searches businesses online. A website is crucial. Great content though.

  71. Timothy L. ove says:

    the number one top thing to do with your small business is to stay away from Google ads. They stole $57.79 from me and refused to give it back even though it was illegal and they said it was their own human error, and they will not let me speak to management

  72. partato says:

    hi ya i’m 14 and i want to start a business. i’ve been recommended to start up my own business for quite some time now from older people. they’ve offered donations to start me up. lol i dunno but i’m excited to start this soon

  73. Sofea Farida says:

    omg…. im doing everything wrong

  74. Aypah Pagalan says:

    I don't get it about starting product!if you're not thinking what is your product for starting business you can't make money…

  75. Life Builders Movement Weekly Podcast says:

    Nice ?

  76. Aurelio Angel says:

    Thank you for the advice .

  77. Online Verge says:

    That's awesome, thanks!

  78. Karm Brar says:

    In the beginning of the video he talks about how money should not be the number 1 reason to start a business (I agree) and than the rest of the video is all about making money and how you should not spend any money until you make any money. I mean you have to put your money where your mouth is (called investment). He talks about not doing everything yourself,which means hiring people to do things for you,which means paying them, which means spending money. I am planning to start my own business and I am learning everything that my business requires for me to be successful I mean he talks about getting into wrong partnerships and doesn't wanna do everything himself and doesn't wanna spend money either.

  79. Shannon Carlson says:

    Great tips, thanks!

  80. Humaiz Seven says:

    Respect for you Sir

  81. Minuka Mak says:

    Thanks!

  82. Ratha teaching says:

    ❤️❤️

  83. 3iii's says:

    Psychology says he's insecure about his nose cuz he keeps touching of scratching it

  84. Freddie Ward Jr says:

    This is so valuable Evan I appreciate it

  85. Hasbullah Padzillah says:

    Your points are still valid in 2019. Thanks

  86. Richard Benoit says:

    A proper Business Plan is a 100% must! … If you tell people to simply jump right into a project and expect such to work you are setting them up to fail! … A lot of companies do not follow 1:1 their Business Plan but the figures are understood!

    There is a fairly low mark up on products, this is simply just a fact. People can always find good deals on something so why would they want to buy from you!? … Branding, even though personal, can help a paid hobby transition into a business. People buy from who they can relate to and who are available even if they have to pay a little more. In sales and promotions when you connect with your audience you open up a potential relationship, but shoving ads and quick talk only pisses off people. Make a meaningful interaction and bring ones personality into the picture and offer information to probe for solutions they do not know exist. This does not mean make problems… A person walks into a store to buy a TV and has a fair amount of money and can afford to buy any TV, that person WILL have questions but not know which ones to ask… A professional would ask that individual question and try to fit a certain TV to that individual. Understanding the tech is NOT the duty of the person buying the TV, it is however the responsibility of the sales and promotional department to answer questions.

    Sales people focus on quantity of products being moved!, WHEREAS, a promotional rep focuses on the brand being meaningful interacts developing relationships.

    From my perspective promotional reps are used by companies because sales staff often miss the mark in regards to branding and expertise. Focusing on sales is like counting beans before, during, and after. BUT promotions focuses on meeting the needs of personal contact with potential consumers, when interactions occur sales simply follow! There is a meaningful interaction and trust developed. Sales is telling a person they need something despite what they may think and need; such can piss off individuals and destroy a brand…

    I worked in Field Marketing for several years and NON of the CEOs or upper management when interacting with the pubic focuses on things, rather they focus on people.

    Later,

  87. Sam B says:

    Thanks for this video, I'm 16 making luxury organic beauty supplies for women. Great advice, great video

  88. learpic says:

    I don't share the idea about your customers dictating what they want. Super Great video though!

  89. coda creator says:

    You don t know what you don't know. Reach out to others who've been there and can help. I think you'll be surprised at the number of successful business people willing to offer advice.

  90. Whitney Clarke says:

    Is anyone here who was motivated by YouTube videos and actually started their business recently?

  91. Patrick Miller says:

    Commit First, figure it out later-GC, The "how" will show up-LB

  92. ZACKKING PH says:

    im 15 when i decided to drop out in school and start my own business..

    now im 17 and im making about 500k a month.

    all you need to do is to "START"

    -THE HUNGRIER YOU ARE THE MORE YOU WIN…

  93. Mary Caird says:

    OMG you hit the nail on the head THANK YOU THANK YOU

  94. fleetfootedtexan says:

    Custom music or something YouTube supplied? Very nice.

  95. Ibrahim Hussain says:

    Thanks so much dude I have just started a business it may be small it might be earning less than yours but selling sweets in school is a challenge for me and these tips are really helping I'm defo subscribing

  96. Bat Caps says:

    So how is me selling popsicles(a start) for the summer going to impact the world? ?? Its not like i have a passion in popsicles.

  97. Navy Knight says:

    Oh okay

  98. York Woodford-Smith says:

    You definitely need drive, commitment, and a good network of support behind you to build something successful!

    I have owned my video production business for just over 5 years, and to celebrate, I've just made a YouTube channel to share all my best tips and hacks for building a successful business. I'd love if you came and checked it out! (And maybe even subscribed!)

  99. Mark consolacion says:

    All i can say is "hahaha"

  100. SolaraProject says:

    05:23 yep… i jumped in the bed with the wrong one. lost half my shit. wasn't even a business.

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