Patrick Bet-David: "Making the decision to pursue the impossible is scary at first. You will have to face your fears and throw away your excuses." | Image courtesy: patrickbetdavid.com
Entrepreneur Patrick Bet-David explains how to grow and scale your business by replacing yourself. Organizations and companies that scale for very long time and stay relevant for very long time understand the art of the replacement game.
An example of the replacement game: The Los Angeles Lakers had to find a way to replace Kobe Bryant because they were irrelevant for three years ever since he retired, and they brought LeBron James.
As a result of his hard work and dedication, Thomas DeLauer in now a successful author, life coach and entrepreneur. He continues to write for some of the largest fitness publications in the world as an expert in diet, nutrition, and mindset. | Image: OptimizeCEO
As a young boy, Howard Schultz (Starbucks) could have never imagined that he would one day build a company of his own, let alone a company that would have more than 26,000 stores in 75 countries and employ more than 300,000 people. Image credit: Deanna Dent/ASU Now
Reid Hoffman’s philosophy is based on the principle that entrepreneurialism is a force for good. He is convinced that in the long run, more Silicon Valley-style innovation will lead to greater prosperity and more jobs. Image credit: David Yellen