Antoine Martel is a real estate investment expert from San Mateo, California. At the age of 23, he is an incredibly successful real estate investor with a business that buys and sells over 100 homes a year.
Antoine became so successful at such a young age because of his creativity. Antoine’s creativity is not about “Let’s do the most brilliant shining campaign that will be irresistible and will bring us a lot of new clients.” No. It’s exactly the opposite approach that led Antoine to win over and over.
“I planned to start my own company out of college”, Antoine…
Think about that for a moment. It’s not an easy question, and I’ll bet you don’t have a clear, concrete answer. So, really think about your answer.
This is your goal. This is what you should aim for and where your entrepreneurship should lead you.
You will be surprised.
First, because from my experience with hundreds entrepreneurs, many are not totally sure about the answer and for quite a few, the entrepreneurship they are working on currently won’t get them there.
Second, for most entrepreneurs the answer isn’t, “In five years, I want to become rich”. Don’t get me wrong…
Whether you offer a product, a platform, or a service, customers today want to know the person behind them. As an entrepreneur, your biggest asset is you. The combination of customers’ need to know and trust whom they are buying from, along with the ease of availability and accessibility through social media, makes it easy and faster than ever to build your brand.
Three things making it so easy for entrepreneurs to build their brand today:
What are the practical steps needed to reach ongoing paying customers and business growth?
Dr. Kevin Gazzara answers the definition of a different kind of entrepreneur. Actually, the word ‘Entrepreneur’ wasn’t even relevant for Kevin for most of his 18 years of working at Intel.
However, Kevin made a promise that at the age of 50 he would leave Intel and go share his knowledge and vast experience with the world.
Kevin worked for Intel Corporation, holding management positions for Management and Leadership development, Intel University for the US, the Graduate Rotation Program, mentoring programs for Intel’s worldwide Human Resources…
Today is our election day. Over the last two weeks, it has felt like this election is the most critical choice we could make. However, by the end of the week new challenges, struggles, and changes will arise. Once we make a choice, it becomes a fact. Most of us, me included, tend to forget past events that were crucial at the time.
That’s what started me thinking about the most critical choices most entrepreneurs make and how it affects their entrepreneurial business success.
I have worked with more than 120 startups and entrepreneurs, and met with thousands more over…
During the last month I interviewed Josh Steimleת Bea Pole-Bokor and Dorothéa Bozicolona-Volpe. There is something all of them are doing that enables them to shine and succeed.
Learn how you can implement the same thing
to your entrepreneurial business:
During the last month, I interviewed three successful young entrepreneurs. I heard about them from different sources, and there wasn’t a practical reason they’ve all been in one month.
Each of the became an entrepreneur differently. And yet, there is a close similarity in the way the three of them are creating their entrepreneurial business success.
Let’s start in knowing…
In a world when we constantly crave more time, sacrificing close to 50 hours of my so limited time looks a bit like, well, a very poor time management choice.
And I’m not even in the business of social media!
And yet, here I am, for the fifth year in a row. I wrote some 2000 words about this ‘Social Media Marketing World’ conference in my latest blog post, and hadn’t planned a follow up.
However, while trying to digest the last three days, I realized that this conference has had a direct effect on more than 25% of my…
For me, the SMMW conference enables me to learn and understand where the world of social media is going. There are so many changes to watch and new ways to learn. Social media makes it possible to reach any human being (that uses a social network) directly. Never before on earth have there been channels and tools that enable direct connection between any two people around the world.
Let’s look backward for a minute, to 1986. This was the year I joined the world of marketing. …
A summary of 2 things I was wrong about, 1 thing I was right about, and 2 interesting questions:
I never considered having a podcast. I never considered writing a blog either.
It all started 11 years ago.
It was a month after I decided to leave my executive position as the VP of Marketing for Nokia in Israel. We managed to reach Nokia’s highest targets in terms of market share, brand preference (+160%), and brand loyalty (+127%). But we mainly managed to gain back the market leadership crown, which had been stolen from us in 2003.
The three fantastic…
Eyal Feder-Levy, the CEO and Co-Founder of Zencity, was my podcast guest this week.
Eyal’s story about how he built his entrepreneurial business is unique and inspiring, and there are 3 parts of it you can implement in your entrepreneurship right away.
What is Zencity?
The purpose of what we’re doing at Zencity, Eyal said, is to help these weird organizations called local governments )municipality( make better decisions.
These organizations have such a huge impact on our lives; they manage our infrastructure, transportation, pubic safety, education, and so on and they can be the difference between a good quality of…