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Andrew Hristo Says “Nothing Worthwhile Happens Overnight”

Andrew Hristo, 25, has several tips for running a successful business. He’s owned many businesses and got his start in eCommerce at just 13-years-old.

Important Traits for Entrepreneurs

Hristo strongly believes a positive mindset is the most important trait an entrepreneur can have. His success throughout many years of business has proven this to be 100% true. 

“Nothing worthwhile comes overnight, and you can’t expect to be making six figures a month without hard work and dedication,” said Hristo. He knows that good things take time to achieve and say effectively handling stress and avoiding burnout are keys to success. 

Health has it’s Benefits

Hristo says many people waste time on small tasks like constantly refreshing their email instead of focusing on the important tasks that actually create revenue. Without the proper mental and physical health, he deems it impossible to achieve success in business. 

Hristo ensures optimal brain function by perfecting his diet, training, and supplementation. This aids in reducing stress and allows him to work at his peak without burning out. Hristo believes too many entrepreneurs neglect their health, which can lead to major repercussions. He says, “there’s no use in having all the money in the world if you’re not happy and healthy.”

Hristo says that without a healthy lifestyle, an entrepreneur will undoubtedly perform below their full potential. He believes many entrepreneurs become worn out and can’t work efficiently due to poor health. Hristo makes sure to get an appropriate amount of sleep and eats as healthy as possible. He loves anything to do with health and wellness and even ran his own personal training business.

A Motivated Team Will get the Job Done

Hristo understands the importance of having a motivated team. When first starting out as an entrepreneur, he didn’t think he needed help from anyone. Work piled up, and countless small tasks began to consume Hristo’s life, dramatically cutting down his profits. Sure, he could run a business by himself, but the amount of time wasted and money lost wasn’t worth it. Hristo urges entrepreneurs not to worry about losing money by having to pay employees, as having an effective team will lead to success.

Final Thoughts

Hristo is grateful for all his customers and employees. He strives to make all his clients happy, whether they are receiving their purchase or finally creating their own business. Hristo wants to thank everyone who has helped him throughout his entrepreneurial journey. He credits healthy relationships and connections for much of his success.

Andrew continues to inspire many with over 200,000 followers on his Instagram alone. Feel free to give him a follow.

Nicolas Bueno is a Columnist at Disrupt Magazine. Nicolas Bueno is also the Content Manager at HighKey Agency. With a background in public relations and his passion for business, he now shares exciting stories of entrepreneurs and how they’re succeeding in their fields!

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