MOST businesses fail, it’s a business statistic

Being a successful business owner is just really extremely difficult even if you have a transcendent idea. The strange truth is that you can do everything right and still fail. A lot of success has to do with luck, timing and diligence. Entrepreneurs are just a different breed, As an Entrepreneur you have to be willing to take risks for that 1% success rate.

It’s all about sales, sales, sales

Please don’t take this the wrong way, but the OXYGEN of a business is sales. You have to sell, and in order to sell you need to expose your idea to as many people as possible. You need to be on twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Wealthy Affiliate… promoting your business. You aren’t going to get sales by keeping your business a secret, you need to broadcast it as much as possible.

 Catch Up or Get Left

The internet has reached full scale and people still haven’t discovered how to monetize it to their advantage… pathetic truly. It’s all about the people that will help you in your career. If you got the right people then there is no limitations as to what you can do

In 15 years there will be millions more self made and self paid individuals. So either Catch up or get left.

In order to have a chance at being successful in business, you have to understand business. That’s why it’s highly recommended to check out the platform at Wealthy Affiliate. Don’t be afraid of failure… because even, The founder of Starbucks got rejected over 240 times before he found an investor.

If you know anyone that would like to start their own business with the guidance of successful entrepreneurs then don’t hesitate to share this page. Make your thoughts known and thanks for reading.

5 thoughts on “MOST businesses fail, it’s a business statistic

  1. Some hard truths you lay out here. But as you say the real entrepreneur will keep trying even when facing low success rate.
    What really helped me in my entrepreneurial journey was getting a good relationship with failure and “eliminating the tomorrow”. In other words taking a lot of action instead of postponing to tomorrow, which by the way was usually never tomorrow but much later than that.

    • Thank you for your insight on business as it is really helpful! Tomorrow never comes for many people that say I’ll just do *(insert anything) tomorrow. As hard as it is to create a successful business I couldn’t see myself not trying to at the very least.

  2. Hi Aaron and thanks for your informative post. I was looking for such as these information in the internet and I was landed on your page. This article answered all my questions and gave me many useful information. I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m going to read more articles on your site.


  3. I want to add that a mentor is very important and proper preparation prevent poor performance so if a person true learns there industry and business is chances of success is risen. Now the difference between the business that fails and the ones that strives is the businesses that know how to learn from their failures and use that understand to bounce back better than before. Well what I am saying its a mindset and my mindset is I WILL NOT LOSE! because even when I fail I learn how not to do something and bounce back so my advice to any person who is going into business be ready to learn form all aspects of the business. Peace @Frankie Trillz

    • Very insightful response! Failure can lead to success, and those willing to overcome those failures in order to become successful, they’re the real entrepreneurs. People don’t realize that they shut themselves out of opportunities because they’re not willing to take the time it takes to be successful. However to each it’s own, I plan to be successful or die trying.

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