11/23/2021 Tip: Being an Entrepreneur During the Holidays

Today’s Quote

“An organization becomes bewildered rather than energized when it’s asked to do too much at once.”
~Michael Hammer & James Champy


Today’s Tip

I recently read an interesting story about a very successful entrepreneur.

When he was 7 years old, he sold his Christmas presents to his brothers to make money.

By the time he was 8, he got smarter….he rented his Christmas presents to his brothers for a month. He made the same amount of money and got to keep his presents.

Pretty clever.

Now I’m not saying you should sell or rent the holiday presents you receive.

But I am saying that successful entrepreneurs think differently than the average person. They think about how they can do more with less. They think about how they can leverage their assets. They think creatively all the time. And, importantly, they love thinking creatively. And the more they do it, the better they get at it.

Not all of us had this entrepreneurial creativity at age 7. That’s fine. But make sure you start tapping into it now. And make it part of your daily routine. So the next year can be your most successful year yet!

So, as the holiday season is upon us, I want you to think about how you can be more creative in your thinking and accomplish more with less.


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Today’s Question: What unusual use did non-drinker Andy Warhol make of Absolut Vodka, the Swedish liquor for which he and other artists created a series of innovative print ads?

Previous Question: What was produced when sewing machines were first set up in a French factory in 1841?

Previous Answer:  Uniforms for the French army. 

Rioting tailors–fearing they’d be put out of work–broke into the factory and destroyed the machines.


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