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As an entrepreneur, you’ll sync right up with what Steve says here.  Take a peek…

“When you grow up, you tend to get told that the world is the way it is and your life is just to live your life inside the world, try not to bash into the walls too much, try to have a nice family life, have fun, save a little money.

That’s a very limited life.  Life can be much broader.  Once you discover one simple fact and that is everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you and you can change it.  You can influence it.  You can build your own things that other people can use.   Once you learn that, you will never be the same again.

Cool, huh?  So your mission as an entrepreneur is this:  Go forth; see the world differently; do something about it.  :-)

So, tell me, what are you gonna do?

(Shout out to entrepreneur Pete Williams and Maria Popova for hooking me up with this video.  Thanks Pete and Maria!)

Oops, one more thing. Are you and I connected yet?

I’m Eric. Husband, father & entrepreneur… (oh, and a writer on Forbes too.)

If you’re an entrepreneur, let’s hook up. Seriously. Here’s a killer formula:

Your Wisdom + My Wisdom = More Success.

My email is: eric at mightywisemedia dot com. Shoot me yours right here and let’s connect, okay? Together we can really nail this thing. :-)

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About the Author: Eric T. Wagner is a husband, father and life-long entrepreneur. After starting multiple businesses, Eric is now focused on helping other entrepreneurs find the path to success in business and life. You can also catch his gig on Forbes or connect with him on Google+.


  1. Rafael Punoz says:

    Yes Steve Jobs was amazing, maybe the greatest consumer marketer who ever lived. It seems like he is trying to explain how to break out of the box of conventionality and passive acceptance. But doing new things, innovating, in the real world is an excruciatingly difficult thing. Any real change produces losers who will fight you and attract credit-takers who will skin you and imitators who will co-opt you. The latter two are not generally very nice people. The former is probably a normal person, but still in opposition. Obviously this applies to more than business, but few of the people who tout entrepreneurship ever seem to talk about the existence of good old evil and the damage it can cause, and dealing with it is a central task. Some if not all of the most celebrated entrepreneurs, including Mr. Jobs, have dark places on their back trail. So you may have this epiphany as Mr. Jobs describes, but putting something into effect is another thing entirely.

    Also, why does no one ever write about how to identify opportunity? That is by far the most important skill an entrepreneur needs to develop. Good ideas may be only 1% of the effort of starting a business and execution 99%, but you can’t execute on what isn’t there.

    • Eric T. Wagner says:

      Hey Rafael. Good points here.

      First, dog-eat-dog world. Unfortunately, we live in a world where both good and evil co-exist. Me? I try to stay away from those folks on the evil side. At the end of the day, all we can do is stick to our integrity, do our best and know we are standing firm in what we believe in. In the end, ever person ends up reaping what they have sewn throughout their life.

      Next: identify opportunity. Agreed Rafael. A very key skill in entrepreneurship. Using tactics like “conceptual blending” and “value innovation” help bring forth the awesome ideas we can then try to execute. Man, it sure is fun, isn’t it?

      Thanks for sharing Rafael. Good stuff my friend… :-)


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