Most startups fail because they focus on the least value-add activities = Rob Slee

SPP#58 Rob Slee – Author: Time is Really Value

Meet Rob Slee: serial seasoned entrepreneur investor and author.

Key points:

  • Lots of opportunities to disrupt industries
  • ‘I am 10 iterations of failure in everything I do.’
  • I felt I wasn’t learning school because…
  • Build a skill set, once a year
  • Need a positive relationship with failure –
  • Most business books are written for big corporate life
  • I am a niche aholic, “niche conglomerate”
  • ask people what they buy
  • The only thing in common  among entrepreneur is time
  • Only focus on the activities that adds value
  • most startup fails because they focus on the least value add activities.

 

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  • We are told what to work on whereas we should identify the high value.
  • After you have the skillset it’s not about how much time you work on.
  • Talk to people: what would you need in your business. Ask for help.
  • You will be killed in your blind post
  • U2U: work in small businesses, that’s good, not just business plan comp. Learn how to communicate
  • Own your time.
  • Just knowing that activities have value change the behaviour.
  • half the planet owns their own

Links:

  • email: rob@timeisreallymoney.com
  • Website: Timereallyismoney.com

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February 22, 2017
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