Are You a Wantrapreneur? | Noah Kagan explains the 3 ways you can become a real entrepreneur

For so many aspiring entrepreneurs, the road stops at an idea. Sure, they may build a website, design a logo, maybe even create a comprehensive business plan. But until they make that first sale, they’re still just a wantrapreneur – that is, someone who spends their time and money on everything else except creating a real business. Real entrepreneurs, on the other hand, care about one thing: building a product or service that people want and making that sale. In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, appSumo CEO and serial entrepreneur Noah Kagan shares his personal tips for building a business, and talks about what it really takes to be a successful entrepreneur. Because the road to startup success is anything but clear, leaving plenty of room for creative ingenuity. But if you don’t have the right tools and mindset, then the only guarantee you have is that your road will stop short   If you’re listening to this podcast it means you’re hungry. Hungry for change, hungry for growth, and ready to have a major breakthrough in your business.

As a partner or founder in more than a dozen businesses that do more than $5 billion in revenue each year, Tony Robbins has learned from the best in the world — the Steve Wynn’s, Marc Benioff's, and Peter Guber’s — what it takes to be successful.  

Whether you’ve been in business for decades or are just getting started, it’s important to get help from someone who’s been there, someone who is going to coach you through it.

That’s why Tony is offering a free, one-on-one business strategy session from one of his top business strategists — a $600 value! Completely free, no strings attached.

If you're listening right now, you go to www.tonyrobbins.com/CEO and sign up for a FREE session with a Tony Robbins trained Business Strategist who has helped business owners just like you to overcome their obstacles and set them on the path to success.

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