Entrepreneurship hadn’t been that easy as it’s today — tons of thanks to the opportunities available to entrepreneurs in this modern age. The influential social media has devised a whole new way of doing business and earning a significant amount of money without making any compromise on one’s freedom.
However, it’s necessary to understand what entrepreneurism is. Well, it is your choice or an urge to produce something from extinction and move one step nearer to entrepreneurism. Ideas are good-for-nothing – it’s you and me who take those thoughts and have the strength and the enthusiasm and the intensity for going through all the experiments and trials to formulate something significant.
When it comes to “lifestyle entrepreneurship” The idea has gotten a severe knock and mostly confused with traditional entrepreneurship. Unlike traditional one, lifestyle entrepreneurship means you create a business around the kind of lifestyle you require with flexibility in your schedule and place while making an impact on people’s lives.
“A lifestyle entrepreneur focuses more on the life rewards provided to people that experience and have an enthusiasm for what they are doing and not for the sole intention of making profits.”
Luckily, our society is crammed with more than capable lifestyle entrepreneurs who have started their business from scratch and taken it to succeed without making any compromise on their freedom. So, if you want to inspire from them for your new business, here are some enthusiasts whose online business are worth paying attention:
Looking for some motivation for your new business? Just turn to Gary V. He’s among the list and is remarkable.
Gary Vaynerchuk is the active CEO of VaynerMedia and the chairman of VaynerX. To share his expertise and enthusiasm for wine, he started with Wine Library Tv in 2006, and in March 2009, Vaynerchuk signed a 10-book deal with HarperStudio for $1,000,000 and published five books since then.
Read his books and watch some of his videos. Crush It, one of five books written by Gary, is just awesome. His words can surely help you sustain the right mindset and concentrate on life and its purpose. And, when it comes to personal branding, you cannot afford anyone else other than Gary V.
Known as “Indiana Jones for the digital age” and placed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People,” Ferris deserves to be among the top for the lifestyle entrepreneur movement. Tim has been a remarkable figure for new entrepreneurs.
Tim Ferris is an entrepreneur, a self-experimenter and bestselling author known for ‘The 4-Hour Workweek’, which has been translated into forty languages. Tim’s book The Four-Hour Work Week is well-known for inspiring fledgling businesspeople to take the dive and commence their own venture. Since then, the two more books were published by Ferris — The Four-Hour Body and The Four-Hour Chef. In these books, he expresses his expertise in both food and fitness. All three of his books have been Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestsellers – showing he’s way more than the one-trick mustang.
Moreover, Tim is an angel advisor/advisor for more than twenty companies including Facebook, Twitter, Shopify and runs an extremely successful blog as well. In one interview he talks about the achievement of his first e-commerce business: “My first real business was a sports nutrition company. I reached the point where I was making as much per month as I had been making per year, which was a wild feeling at that time.”
Pat Flynn is a popular thought leader in the areas of digital marketing, online entrepreneurship, and lifestyle businesses. He succeeded career affliction at an early age by finding his real passion. His podcast the ‘Smart Passive Income Podcast’ is being followed by four million people since 2010.
He once said, ” Be more confident and believe in yourself and your strength. It’s imperative because if you don’t think it’s going to happen, it’s not going to happen. And, if you don’t think you can do something, you’re right”. His approach to life and business is admirable.
Nick Woodman is an American lifestyle entrepreneur and the founder of GoPro, the adventure-proof 35-millimeter camera. Unlike other entrepreneurs, he wasn’t entirely self-made as his father was an investment banker, but he did get an early start in sales to help support his vision.
With the help of his mom’s sewing machine and some bucks, he put together an early model consisting of a waterproof camera tied to a band to record himself surfing while on a trip and this is how GoPro emerged.
Laura Roeder is a successful lifestyle entrepreneur who guides owners of start-ups how to harness the power of the web to become recognized and claim their brand online since 2009.
Laura is being followed by many people and appreciated for what she is doing with LKR Social Media and her helpful online courses which provide immense value with many actionable tips you can go out and implement.
She is a social media marketing expert and an owner of LKR Social Media Marketer. She is also the founder of Creating Fame and author of Facebook Fame and Edgar, the app that keeps your updates from going to waste.
Lastly, I would hope that the list bursting with some successful lifestyle entrepreneurs have surely inspired you to start your own lifestyle business. Stay with us for more amazing entrepreneurship related articles!