Success is sweet, but the path is paved with hardships, sacrifices, demands, and failures. The mistake most people make is thinking about the get, not the give and the spoils, instead of the sacrifices.
If you want to build something meaningful, you’re going to run into walls all the time. Start with the expectation that it’s going to be hard, and instead of focusing on getting the gold, fall in love with digging.
Why is this something very few people do? How do we know which sacrifices are worth making?
In this episode, I’m joined by entrepreneur, investor, strategist, author and host of A&E’s TV show Triple Digit Flip, Pace Morby. We have a candid conversation on the other side of success that’s not discussed often enough.
Life of a lunatic entrepreneur
What are the challenges and pressures we have to accept if we want to succeed?
Sacrificing for a reason vs. stealing time away from your family
The hardest thing we’ll ever have to do is give up precious memories for our businesses. How do we know what to say no to?
Fall in love with digging, not finding gold
Most people see their work as a poisonous endeavor they have to do everyday. How do entrepreneurs see their work?
Pace Morby is an entrepreneur, investor, strategist, author and host of A&E’s TV show Triple Digit Flip. He is one of the most creative real estate investors on the planet. Pace has used dozens of creative methods to acquire more than 1,000 doors nationwide and a real estate portfolio totaling $150 million in assets. For more info, head to https://www.pacemorby.com/.
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