My dream is to be an entrepreneur and I have always been inspired by Tynan.
My question to Tynan: What right now sucks up most of your time that can be delegated to someone else?
I'm realizing more and more that I may need to work with entrepreneurs first instead of trying to do everything by myself in my apartment. I'd be willing to help out in any way to get exposure to your awesomeness :)
Always worth a shot Eddy ;). My only problem is I don't have any concrete skills to help people.
I've tried contacting 9 successful people that I admire in the past few weeks. So far I am now in contact with one via email, another one may possibly mentor me in person, and am going to meet another one for a few beers this week.
I figured if I keep contacting people eventually there will be one where I can offer them value of some sort. It takes a lot of misses but that doesn't really matter. I understand a lot of people it just won't work, they are simply busy doing the awesome stuff they are doing and I can't offer them anything that is worth their time.
This is part of an ongoing series. If you haven't read them already, read :
I wrote out this entire post before, and then the computer crashed and I lost it all, so I haven't felt like working on it. Finally, I'm biting the bullet and starting over :
Tynan recently wrote how if you have mediocre performance, you will never achieve your goals. Right now I’m being far too mediocre.
For students, our year ends in May. New Year’s marks an arbitrary measure of how to quantify a year for us students. May, however, marks an end as well as a new beginning. Another year of school passed by for me. I am left with 30 credits to graduate, allowing me to graduate a whole year early.
I ponder life as I sit on my patio’s chair drinking tea every day when I wake up and came to the conclusion I must obtain my teacher certification. My psychology degree has the value of an art degree and I can’t imagine a job I would enjoy more than teaching high school English. Worse comes to worse, I’ll end up at a job I enjoy that pays decently.