LEARN Anything You Want With The 10,000 EXPERIMENT Rule! | JAMES ALTUCHER | Millionaire Secrets

Welcome to another episode of Millionaire Secrets!

Have you ever wondered how to merge your latest passion with financial success? Are you fed up with people telling you that your latest hobby can’t be a viable business? In today’s episode, I’m joined by Entrepreneur and Investor James Altucher. We talk about mastering your trade, and why you DON’T have to be the best in the business to succeed! James Altucher is a man with many strings to his bow. He’s a hedge fund manager, author, podcaster, and entrepreneur. But what’s more? He’s also a stand-up comedian and has achieved the rank of chess master! If you want to know how to turn your hobbies and passions into profitable business ventures: James is the man to speak to! He’s started 20 different companies in multiple different industries. But here’s the important thing: 17 of those were not successful. James stresses the importance of learning from your mistakes and not letting a lack of experience stand in your way! If you’ve ever been stuck in a job you hate, in a house you can’t afford, in a life that you don’t want? The advice James offers today is INVALUABLE. In today’s interview, we talk about the 10,000-hour rule – the amount of time you supposedly need to perfect a craft – and James’s alternative approach! Tune in to find out: How to reach the top 1% in ANY field that you choose. How you don’t have to be the best in the business to make SERIOUS money Why people underestimating you is your BIGGEST asset. Plus: You don’t want to miss the fantastic tennis player analogy that we come up with. This analogy will completely change the way you think about entering an industry, and may even fuel your journey onto a different path in life. If you’re yet to fully commit to your entrepreneurial journey? THIS is the interview you need to hear!

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