Mark Cuban – The #1 Reason Why Most People Fail In Business

Mark Cuban – The #1 Reason Why Most People Fail In Business

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This is Billionaire Mark Cuban’s advice for entrepreneurs in one of the most eye opening interviews of 2019, revealing business and life lessons he’s never told before!
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Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban is an American businessman and investor with a net worth of over 4 billion dollars. He is the owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, co-owner of 2929 Entertainment and chairman of AXS TV. He is also one of the main shark investors on the ABC reality television series, Shark Tank.

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  1. This may be a log shot. But I want people to know who I’m connected too because it’s about the people and the mentors. Surrounded by people succeeding with mentors that actually believe in you.

  2. The main reasons people fail in business is that they follow the crowd and follow what everyone is doing like sheep, they lack the vision to see what is a good investment that will increase in value and finally is that they don't have the balls to take the risk

  3. He’s wrong. You can totally learn the basics of accounting that you need and form an LLC or on your own without having to go to college. Many people have gone through college and can’t do that. It’s not about whether you went to college or not but how smart and determined you are.

  4. Most wealthy people have become rich because they have robbed the Creator of his tithe and also worked 7 days a week. Also maybe their ancestors had slaves, or still profit from slave labor.

  5. It's not about having money to own or invest in a company that makes you automatically successful. A good crew is worth more than gold. I also know that it's a lot of work and believe it or not your team will never usually take initiative to get something done. Sometimes you the boss has to work very hard to keep everything afloat. It's complete dedication to your business.. a lot of people can't sacrifice and the new hires are not always up to part with efficiency and consistency because it's not their company.

  6. I love that Mr. Cuban referenced if he sees trash he isn't looking for an employee to pick it up. He handles it himself and throws it away. I love people who know how to stay at the top…it is in how you respect and handle the small things.

  7. Keeping this to myself isn't a good idea, I decided to tell everyone so you guys can all benefit from this. people keep talking about  Stacy Griffin but I never knew how her software works until she show me, I will forever be grateful for her  tactic of making big profits in income for me

  8. They fail because they're not "people persons" or number nerds. Money only exists in the human world so if someone is bad with social interactions & professional relationships they will be stuck with their product or service idea, no matter how good it is.