ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Challenges for young entrepreneurs: Max Gouchan at TEDxBergen

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Challenges for young entrepreneurs: Max Gouchan at TEDxBergen

Here’s Great Tip: Challenges for young entrepreneurs: Max Gouchan at TEDxBergen

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Max believes that one can acquire success through entrepreneurship and that education is not necessary the right way for everyone. After dropping out of high school and starting a supply company to the petroleum sector, Max has become one of the most successful young entrepreneurs in Norway.

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37 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Challenges for young entrepreneurs: Max Gouchan at TEDxBergen”

  1. yes there is one company which has a platform for those who wants to share ideas of starting something or becoming entrepreneurs.. interested people pay nothing, simple process.. we help and assist you in building up your ideas and energy in chasing your dreams…

  2. I am also have the same passion of how i can start my own company in the field of Petroleum, in this September i will star a degree in petroleum but my goal is how i will be to have his own company.

    I will appreciate if you say something how you start this oil company.
    I enjoyed your speech it's awesome.


  3. What a great speech so relatable! 5 days a go I didn't have the knowledge. In the last 4 days I have learnt next to 4 programming languages (hmtl, css, jquery, js, php) and have already done a ton of work on my website idea.

    Next-up's money which ill have to find but i don't think will be to much of a problem.

    After that who knows, Let's see how it goes from there 🙂

  4. its one thing to find your 'passion' and follow your dream, its another to make money off it.  if your passion is a solid, innovative business model, great! if not?… im also also little confused as to how the idea for the company came to be. he said he got a call from a guy he didnt know?? and then they went to a weekend entrepreneur seminar/ convention? and then they were inspired to start an "innovative oil-related business Click Lift". what is that exactly? 
    i want to add that i enjoyed the presentation and i like this guy's attitude. I just think its not easy to be so optimistic if you dont have a good idea for a business

  5. I think that Time is probably the most crucial one here.  People are not passionate about what it is that they do, so they often find time to browse Facebook, watch countless hours of YouTube that doesn't even provide them value, and they end up getting further and further behind in the long run by not pursuing what makes them happiest the most.  What makes you the happiest?

  6. Thank You @Max Gouchan great value delivered here and very inspirational for a #youngentrepreneur  such as myself.  I wish you continued success brother and I can't wait to see you grace the covers of magazines such as Success, Forbes, and all of the others that you are deserving of.  Keep grinding bro and Keep inspiring!

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