How to Find a Business You Love
You might think, “People like me don’t don’t do that,” “I’m not ready,” or “There’s no way for e to succeed.”
But no one is going to tell you that you can. You have to know that for yourself.
It’s so important.
Your belief in yourself is the difference between success and failure.
That’s why, for this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with the creator of Fubu, Daymond John, where he shared how he realized that he could be a fashion designer.
Daymond John is the star of one of my favorite shows, Shark Tank, and is a bestselling author with a new book called The Power of Broke. He’s a self-made multimillionaire with over $4 billion in global product sales.
Daymond used to think that clothing was designed by old people in Italy who wore measuring tape around their neck. It wasn’t until he saw Karl Kani’s line that he realized that he could do it, too.
Do you have self-limiting beliefs that are holding you back from pursuing your dreams?
Learn how to make money doing something you’re passionate about (no matter where you come from) in Episode 744.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
Daymond’s age when he sold his first item of clothing (1:00)
What gave Daymond his belief in himself (2:00)
The story of the beginning of FUBU (3:00)
About Daymond’s very first business (4:00)
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