Success has no particular design.
It comes in a package you have envisioned it to be, the way you have worked for it and the form you have dedicated yourself to achieve it.
For some, it requires extensive education at school, for others, it requires continued education by their own choosing, take, for example, two good friends who have dropped out of school to realize their dreams. They were teens when they started their own business, and now, they are a hundred million dollars’ worth.
What are their secrets and what have they learned along the way? Can you do it, too? Of course, you can—but the proper question is, do you have what it takes? Yes, you do, but I don’t need to convince you, you have to convince yourself.
Read on below and find out how two young entrepreneurs made it in a world used to be dominated by adults.
Are you inspired yet? What are your plans to achieve your dreams? Here are the best examples of that:
5 Priceless Lessons from Two Guys Who Built a $100 Million Company after Dropping Out of School
Mark McDonald left college at 19, and Josiah Humphrey left high school at 17, to pursue their dream of starting a business together.
Four years later, the company employs more than 300 people, spread over three continents, with an 8-figure revenue.
While they don’t recommend that everyone drop out of school to pursue their dreams of success, Mark and Josiah learned 5 priceless lessons along the way.
- Follow your dream
- Be okay with being uncomfortable
- Work your ass off
- Create your own curriculum
–by Peter Economy
To read the entire article, please go to Inc.com.