Business Tips: Why You Don’t Need to Own a Business to Be an Entrepreneur

Business Tips: Why You Don’t Need to Own a Business to Be an Entrepreneur

Awesome Tip: Why You Don’t Need to Own a Business to Be an Entrepreneur

In this episode of “Monday Marketing Tips”, Gary sits down with businessman Marc Lore to talk about his experiences as an entrepreneur in a mega-corporation. Marc shares some stories of his early entrepreneurial experiences, the mistakes he learned from them, and how he was able to adjust to a more desirable situation when he started working with Walmart. A lot of entrepreneurs think they can’t survive in a large corporation where short-term metrics are often prioritized over what entrepreneurs tend to value, but here Marc shows you just how great being an entrepreneur in a bug business really can be… Enjoy!

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32 Replies to “Business Tips: Why You Don’t Need to Own a Business to Be an Entrepreneur”

  1. I think a lot of people actually do entrepreneurial things without realizing it. Moms selling cakes through Facebook, teens thrifting and reselling vintage clothing online, people flipping sports cards, you name it. You don't have to go into it trying to become a millionaire but who knows where it will take you if you just start!

  2. I really need to get advice. I work construction I make $17 a hour I work 40hrs a week I make only around $560 after taxes. I wanna get a side hustle and make extra money to get into real estate or something else im only 20 any advice?

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