HOW TO DEVELOP ENTREPRENEURIAL GRIT
The problem that most of us have is that you’re treating your business like an event or a weekend. You won’t succeed until it becomes a way of life.
From Australia’s own version of Shark Tank, this week we have Steve Baxter on Unstoppable. At 23, he invested $11,000 into his first startup SE Net, from the spare room of his Adelaide home. Only 8 years later he sold it to TPG Group for $373 million.
A vocal and accomplished member of Australia’s tech sector, Baxter has an impressive track record when it comes to building and growing businesses on a massive scale.
This week, we talk about what it takes to have entrepreneurial grit, and his secrets to success.
In this episode, you will learn:
- 8:12 – “What his drive/motivation was”
- 12:52 – “Ideas and execution”
- 20:19 – “Re-investment in yourself”
- 27:05 – “Productivity Paranoia/Fat Labrador”
- 49:46 – “Golden lessons”
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