Lily McBride-Stephens – Co-founder of Loop Cycles

Think about your goals and how you’re going to achieve them. Always be thinking about what you are doing in your everyday workflow that is going to help you get to where you want to be. Lily is a co-founder of Loop Cycles. Whilst taking a year off from working …

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Brad Dunn – Founder and Executive Director of Nazori

Set goals. Create tasks that help you achieve them. Prioritise them. Then allocate time in your week to do them. I also think people need to stop focusing on the problems they don’t have yet (Maserati problems). Forget fancy business cards if they don’t help you. Forget terms and conditions …

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Torre DeRoche – Writer and Author of Fearful Adventurer

[quote style=”boxed”]You’ll either succeed, or you won’t. There is no reason to freak out. Relax and enjoy the journey.[/quote] Torre DeRoche is the Fearful Adventurer. She blogs on facing fears and taking bold leaps despite her fear of … well … pretty much everything. Her debut book ‘Love with a …

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James Farmer – CEO of Incsub

[quote style=”boxed”]Really simple, you need to feel so passionate about something, work on it and think about it so much that there’s really no other option.[/quote] James Farmer is CEO of Incsub, based in Melbourne, Australia but with staff around the world. Incsub is primarily made up of Edublogs, hosting …

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Dave Slutzkin – Founder and CEO of Flippa.com

[quote style=”boxed”]Say “I don’t know”. Entrepreneurs often feel that they’re required to have vision, and that means that they should always know what to do. That’s just not true. No-one has all the information, but saying “I don’t know” gets you access to the opinions of others, and forces you …

Learn From ThemDave Slutzkin – Founder and CEO of Flippa.com