I started my very first business in the States in just 5 short years after my family and I arrived with broken spoken English but pretty good understanding, writing and reading it, thanks to learning and writing the 3 BBC textbooks after I was putting the kids to bed every single night. And after all I passed my Real Estate Law and Math Exam with over 90% score (and it wasn’t easy even for native speakers).
I was not ready. I was not perfect. Heck...I was barely surviving.
But I started.
And then I failed.
Now here’s where it gets really good: I LEARNED so much in that business and one of the reasons I built it to 6 figures and then failed again, and built it back to 6 figures is because I learned to start before I was ready.
No matter what stage of business you’re in: you’ve got to start before you’re ready. It’s not optional. This is the entrepreneurial game.
You see, after I left the old continent and my other businesses there and before...