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3 Tips for Being a Remarkable Entrepreneur

July 08, 2020 3 min read

Success doesn’t come easy. It takes courage, self-initiative, smart work, and a bit of luck. Moreover, it takes time and patience to reach your goals. However, specific characteristics separate high-achievers from the average. Adopting the right mindset is what we strive for, and we want to help you build it as well. 


Below you can find 3 tips to start with when you’re chasing the extraordinary life.

Don’t go for the “Do it all” mindset.


If starting your business alone, you’re the only one responsible for the work you do or don’t do. But to bring your business to the next level, you have to split this responsibility between other people and let them do their parts.


As entrepreneurs, we cannot afford to fall into a trap to save all the problems. To be remarkable and really successful in what we do, we have to know what our priorities are and never lose sight of our goals. 


If you want to solve all the problems, get into every project, control every single step in your business, you’re not going to thrive; you’re going to get burned out. 


As cliche as this sounds, restructuring your goals and priorities is the first thing to start with when adopting a remarkable entrepreneur mindset. 


Think about why you’re in the business. If it’s purely for the money or recognition, then you’re doing something wrong. 


And if you’re not seeing it now, you’ll realize it sooner or later. 


We spend a significant time of our day and week working. Therefore, to be really good at what you do, and to scale big time, work on something that involves your passion, something you love to do. 


If you love what you do, it will be easier for you to dedicate some extra hours of work when needed. 


And ultimately, it will make you money or famous, if that’s what you also want to achieve.

Take intelligent risks.

Taking risks can bring you great success, but only if you know how to calculate it and choose the risks you’re about to take intelligently. 


Imagine struggling in the corporate environment on a low budget, working your ass off, but never being good enough. You do everything they tell you, including the work everyone is avoiding to do. You are the first one in the office, but you are the last one to leave. You get 20 days off a year, a miserable salary, and a bonus or two you don’t really want. 


It may be a stable job, but don’t tell me it can fulfill you. You have your wishes, goals, including financial ones, but you’ll probably never reach them this way. That’s the harsh truth.


So, you have a choice - you either take a risk and change the job/start your own business based on your passion and knowledge, or you settle with the job you have and continue being miserable. 


It’s the choice that will change your life for better or for worse. 


When it comes to being an entrepreneur, being able to take risks is a courageous trait. If you do it intelligently, if you evaluate the risks and continuously learn & gain knowledge, you’ll be fine. Trust us.

Don’t panic about the small stuff.

There are many struggles, issues, or complications that entrepreneurs face daily. However, if we lose our energy and nerves over every small thing that happens, there wouldn’t be enough left for the big stuff. You know - like making critical long-term decisions, solving some strategic questions, developing a way to cope with a world’s pandemic. Those kinds of things.


If you’re too overwhelmed over every little misunderstanding or something that doesn’t go exactly as you planned it, you’ll soon end up really exhausted.

Don't forget about the power of STAQ Performer.

Maya Andoljsek

Head Of Nutrition At STAQ Performance

Maja Andoljsek, BSc in Sports Science and Nutrition, has been researching nutrition, supplements, and coaching people for years. As a certified coach and nutritionist, she has helped hundreds of people improve their cognitive performance, physical performance, and overall health.

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