An employee finishes the day and thinks, “Have I done as much as I can get away with today?”
An entrepreneur finishes the day and thinks, “Is there anything else I can do today?”
If you want to build a successful business, you need an edge.
You need to be doing stuff that other people aren’t doing.
Learning stuff other people aren’t learning.
Thinking of different marketing angles.
Spending more time with clients.
Working longer hours.
An entrepreneur leaves no stone unturned. He knows failure is not an option. No one else will make sure there’s cash for payroll.
When you’re building a business you need to go the extra mile, every day.
That’s where your edge is. The extra mile is never crowded.