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Working Smarter: A Beginner Entrepreneur’s Guide to Success

November 11, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Summary: Filling your entire day with work doesn’t equate to eventual success. It requires proper planning, motivation, and smart decision-making.

If you’re considering traversing the long and arduous route of becoming an entrepreneur, you’re probably wondering what it takes to become successful. As a matter of fact, there is no definite answer that applies to everyone. However, it does take a mixture of trial-and-error, experimentation, and a whole lot of dedication.

Work Smart, Reap the Rewards

Most people automatically assume that an entrepreneur works over 10 hours a day doing nothing but eating, sleeping, and doing everything associated with the business itself. This is the common picture painted by most success stories that you read nowadays, but there are some flaws to this logic.

The Active Approach

Sure, hard work does equate to progression, but it’s not the essential key to succeeding as an entrepreneur. Working every minute of the day doesn’t automatically mean you’re going to end up being a successful entrepreneur like Sebastian Guthery. It’s important that you get this notion out of your head first of all. The truth of the matter is, most people just aren’t capable of sustaining a nonstop pace for a long period of time. You’ll get burned out in no time.

Overworking can lead to an immense amount of fatigue, which in turn will lead to miscalculations and errors. Furthermore, how many people truly have every skill they need to do everything. Most people can do a couple things extremely well while the others are just average at best. You need to learn to work smarter, as opposed to harder, so you can manage your time more efficiently as well as reach the goals you initially planned.


Article written by Sebastian Guthery. Motivated by a drive to succeed, which he learned as a youngster growing up in Wichita, Kansas, numerous companies with millions in revenue owe their success to Sebastian Guthery. Guthery lives and works in San Diego, California. Read more articles from Sebastian Guthery at his WordPress page.

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