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4 business tips you can learn from successful entrepreneur Addison Guerra

Addison Guerra has single-handedly built his success, and he now owns several successful ventures.

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When we start a business, one of our goals is to make it successful and expand to other locations. But achieving this is not easy. The entrepreneurial space is highly crowded/competitive, and unless you are prepared, building a successful venture may seem impossible. This is part of what makes learning from others extremely important for success. Here are four business tips you can learn from successful entrepreneur, Addison Guerra.

Addison Guerra is a renowned entrepreneur. He has single-handedly built his success, and he now owns several successful ventures. Guerra is the CEO and founder of Addison Guerra Clothing, Addison Guerra Music, and CBD Cure Water. He is also the brains behind Cannons Delta 10 and top security company Triverse Security Solutions.

What you can learn from Addison Guerra’s journey:

Connections are key

“Your network is your net worth, and the people you surround yourself with can either break or make you.” – Addison Guerra.

According to Guerra, one factor that helped him become an industry leader and have businesses in various industries is his solid network. He explains that his circle has helped him learn more about the business world, identify the different gaps in the sectors, and come up with solutions that not only serve the people but are beneficial to his journey.

The importance of resilience

Guerra encountered many challenges. As a self-funded business owner, it hasn’t been easy for him to get money to implement his ideas and expand his venture. He has had to put some projects on hold until he gets the proper tools. When Guerra started, he also didn’t know much about the business world, and he made mistakes that cost him a lot. Despite all these obstacles, Guerra has not given up. He continued to fight, and through hard work and resilience, built a flourishing empire.

Success is a journey. Unless you are prepared to fight, you will never reach your goals, says Guerra. He explains that if he had given up every time, none of this would have been possible.

Good honest businesses will get you further than shady, sketchy businesses

As a young person, there is a great temptation to take the easy way out, explains Guerra. He notes that while this path doesn’t require you to work twice as hard, the easy way out is not always the answer. To build long-term success, it is essential to focus on good, honest business and your brand’s impact on the world rather than revenue.

Have a goal

Guerra explains that when you have a goal and have it written down, it becomes easier to remain focused and come up with a more realistic plan. At the start of his journey, Guerra knew what he wanted to achieve, and he had a plan to get to his first million at 23. When he achieved this milestone, he came up with a different goal, which he says has been instrumental in his journey of building an empire at 30.

Achieving your dream takes time, hard work, and perseverance, as there are countless hurdles. While experience is the best teacher, it is certainly not the only teacher. Learning from others who have walked a similar path helps you avoid common pitfalls and paints a clear picture of what to expect. As you continue your journey, the above tips shared by Guerra are factors you should keep in mind.

George Nellist
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George Nellist is a public relations, marketing and strategic brand expert who has executed social media and strategic marketing campaigns for a variety of Fortune 500 companies and small businesses. For more information, visit Ascend Agency.

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