Chris Cerrone gives an incredible review of his growth over his life and his insights into success and business as a successful entrepreneur.
Chris made a logical calculation to start his path in life. Interestingly for him and me, we both were very successful in real estate. He made one choice while I made the other. Both were successful decisions. We explain how that can be.
We talk about the ideas and needs for research before starting a business. Yes, action is important, but when do you pull the switch?
We discuss when a decision is made and whether or when to pull the plug, i.e. not to fall in love with an idea.
Chris beautifully describes the importance of looking into all the ‘little things’ when you are looking into or running a business. This topic brought us into an important discussion as to one major reason why so many businesses fail
We discuss everything from the importance of location and why people don’t delve into the detail before starting a business.
Chris took a 5 year hiatus into corporate America and solidly learned why corporate America wasn’t a good place for someone who drives for excellence. We discuss briefly my first move out of corporate America, finding myself starting a company that competed against, Merrill Lynch, Chase Manhattan, McGraw Hill and Thompson Publishing. A quick hint, it went very well for me, and we discuss why and how.
Almost everyone has a story and Chris brought out an amazing point. Many people don’t know really how significant part of their story is. People are surrounded by purpose.
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