Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa March 2018

Entrepreneur Magazine South Africa is an award-winning publication that offers easy to implement, powerful tactics, new ideas, expert advice and inspirational stories about entrepreneurs who are taking their businesses to the next level.

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3 Min
the secret to success

THERE ARE so many answers to this age-old question: What is the secret to success? Thousands of books have been written on the topic; and it has inspired hundreds of movies, documentaries and keynote speeches. And yet we continue to strive to find the silver bullet — that single secret that will propel us to success. What if the secret is that there is no secret? What if real success is the product of patience, and the ability to stick with your goals, day by day, week by week, month by month — without losing focus or getting discouraged? Like most issues, this issue of Entrepreneur is all about success, and those who have achieved it, but you’ll notice another overarching theme this month, and that is the power of grit, and…

6 Min
how to make your first million

Growing up my dad always looked stressed, over-worked and tired. I didn’t want to work that hard and still struggle. PLAYER: Albert van Wyk CLAIM TO FAME: Self-made millionaire by age 22, author of How To Become a Millionaire at 22. COMPANY: Gazzaroo (online media agency) and a part-time business consultant EST: 2015 VISIT: www.millionaireat22. com; www.gazzaroo.com Having a purpose and a vision are powerful tools. They give you direction, help you stay focused when things get tough, and keep you heading in the right direction, particularly when results are slow. They’re also the foundation of a millionaire mindset. Albert van Wyk shares the journey that’s helped him develop his millionaire mindset, and the tools that will help you get there too. ‘AHA’ MOMENTS ‘Aha’ moments don’t always happen in a blinding instant. Sometimes they’re the culmination of…

4 Min
6 ways to build a millionaire mindset

» Small starts have big results. By the time I was in varisty I was studying, had a business and my first property. I’d chat to my peers and their eyes would widen. They’d always say they wished they’d started early as well, or that they’d known it was possible when they were youngsters. It’s always possible, and it’s never too late to start. You just need a goal, and you need to take the first steps — and stick with them. It’s not an overnight thing. It’s slow and steady. » Success is the result of discipline, perseverance and passion. You need all three. You can’t have discipline and no passion. When the going gets tough, you either drop out or stick it through, and often the difference between the…

6 Min
9 habits of mentally strong people

We all reach critical points in our lives where our mental strength is tested. It might be a difficult friend or colleague, business challenges, a dead-end job or a struggling relationship. Whatever the challenge, you have to be strong, see things through a new lens and take decisive action if you want to move through it successfully. It sounds easy. We all want good friends, good jobs and good relationships. But it isn’t. It’s hard to be mentally strong, especially when you feel stuck. The ability to break the mould and take a bold new direction requires extra grit, daring and spunk that only mentally strong people have. It’s fascinating how mentally strong people set themselves apart from the crowd. Where others see impenetrable barriers, they see challenges to overcome. When Thomas Edison’s factory burned…

18 Min
never say never

WHEN THINGS ARE REALLY TOUGH and there seems no hope for the future, it’s sometimes just chapter one of a really cool story, and the ending is entirely up to you. This is how Joey Evans views the accident that left him a paraplegic. It’s also the mindset that not only got him out of a wheelchair, but helped him to become the tenth South African to finish the Dakar Rally. Here are the six lessons in grit, determination and resilience that he’s learnt along his journey. 1 The future is an unknown; you need to do your best anyway If we knew with absolute certainty that we would achieve our goals, following daily routines — particularly tough ones — would be a lot easier. But, there is no certainty. You need to…

2 Min
the gritty truth about success

WHEN ANGELA DUCKWORTH started teaching Grade 7 maths, she realised that IQ was not a reliable predictor of who would be her best and worst students. In fact, some of her strongest performers did not have stratospheric IQ scores. Equally, some of her smartest kids weren't doing so well. Duckworth was convinced that each of her students could learn the material if they worked hard and long enough. After several years of teaching, she came to the conclusion that a much better understanding of students and learning is required from a motivational and psychological perspective. In education, we know how to measure IQ, but what if doing well in school and in life depends on much more than your ability to learn quickly and easily? IDENTIFYING THE SUCCESS FACTOR So, Duckworth left the…