I wish I could claim that I said it first.
But as soon as I heard it, I knew I’d lived it.
Mario Schulzke Founder of IdeaMensch said it first. I met Mario at the Boulder IdeaMensch.
Mario set out to travel to the lower 48 States and hear and help spread our ideas. His passion was to help you bring your ideas to life.
Guess what he found?
Read what he wrote this fall
Nobody cares as much about your idea as you do
I spent 10 years in corporate America. There you cared about your job, your income, your co-workers and then maybe a little bit about the company or idea you’re clocking in for every day. But when push comes to shove, there are always things more important than the company, the idea or the product.
When you’re an entrepreneur, you’re the holder of the idea. It’s your company, your product, your baby – your game to win or lose.
Being a first time entrepreneur, this is a completely new experience for me. If I have a bad day, we’ll have a bad day. If I give up, we stop.
Be ready to carry the vision by yourself
Thus the lesson, we had better be ready to carry the vision without the prerequisite that other people are:
- As passionate
- As unrelenting
- As visionary
- As excited
- As optimistic
- As supportive
- As impatient
As you and I must be in order to succeed.
- Our idea
- Our dent in the world
- Our idea
- Our risk
- Our hope
- Our dream
- Our future
Most people simply prefer
to be inspired by other people.
But you are not most people.
He has met with over 1,200 Entrepreneurs, CEO’s, Artists, and the like
Ask Mario about his favorite interview?