How To Excel In Any Hustle By Tony Micale
We all have our superpowers, whether we know about them or not is a discussion for another day. But this is often what separates those who succeed in their own ventures from the rest.
Self-employment calls for serious discipline and tapping into your passion and talent to add value to others. Controlling your schedule, driving your mission or purpose, and building your businesses is not for the faint-hearted.
In 2019, the number of self-employed workers sat at 24 million, and with CoronaVirus pushing the unemployment rate to record highs, most people are looking at self-employment as the only option.
Below, we learn from Tony Micale who is already running on the gig-economy hamster wheel. Tony took bold steps to start his own business and is now reaping the benefits of this move.
Like many businesses, Tony started his business in his parents’ garage. He converted it into a salon, and what followed was a series of successes that helped him to build stronger each day. Today, his barbershop, Tonys Chop Shop Barber, is one of the most respected joints in Brisbane, Australia.
Going back to the basics
When it comes to running a business, you must be in the right mental and physical state to perform at your fullest potential. Tony notes that things like good sleep and making sure your health is in check goes a long way when it comes to running your business. Ultimately, stress and fatigue lead to reduced productivity. According to the Global Corporate Challenge report, 54 percent of people who sleep poorly are more likely to experience stress in their jobs. Tony reckons that mastering how to manage your time both for work and for family and friends is key to the success of any venture.
Never stop learning and improving
There are many ways to find success as an entrepreneur, but no matter what path you take, it is vital to always keep learning. Tony encourages other entrepreneurs to be prepared to not only face challenging times but also overcome them. You have to be resilient to succeed. He says, when you are faced with resistance, ‘don’t run from it, embrace it.’
Entrepreneurship is all about the mindset. In a recent survey by NY Post, 97% of polled self-employed workers would not want to return to traditional employment. Attesting to the growth and resilience that comes with entrepreneurship.
Connect with Tony to learn more about his work.
5 Disruptive Leaders Paving the Way in 2021
Where there is uncertainty, lies a whirlwind of opportunity. 2020 was the year that had entrepreneurs learn a great deal...
Brock Pierce Wants To Disrupt The Two Party System And Be Your Next President
We don’t usually cover politics much here at Disrupt, but when Crypto billionaire and friend of the show, Brock Pierce...
John Mcafee – Predictions For The Future
John McAfee is a world-famous tech CEO, computer scientist, civil disobedience activist, privacy advocate, and pioneer of the commercial anti-virus...
Gaby Wall Street – Teaching Latinas to Thrive During The Crisis
It’s no secret we are facing one of the most challenging financial times of the last few decades as we...
Tony Delgado – The #1 Entrepreneurship Movement In Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican online market is in constant progress. With many entrepreneurs who are coming here to start a business, it...
Elena Cardone – The 10X Ladies Conference Is Declaring 2020 The Decade For Women
The next ten years are meant for women to continue growing their potential and succeeding in multiple areas, including business....
How Josh Elizetxe Built Snow Into a $40 Million Dollar Business
There is nothing quite like an entrepreneur’s determination when starting a business. That’s my original quote by the way (pun...
How Jason Capital Became A Self Made Millionaire By 24
Have you ever wanted to earn the respect of everyone who ever looked down on you at some point in...
Sam Bakhtiar On His Way To A Quarter Billion
Dr. Saman Bakhtiar, who prefers being referred as Sam, lives in an 8200 square foot $5.2 million house, Sam is...
Women Who Disrupt1 week ago
Rihanna Becomes The First Black Woman To Own a Cosmetics Brand Worth Over $1 Billion
Entrepreneurship2 weeks ago
Young Business Executive Officer of Multinational Company and Economist
Community1 week ago
Interview With Bianca Peynado: Building An Authentic Community on Clubhouse
Lifestyle6 days ago
Three Strong Companies Embracing Diversity with Gay CEOs
Community1 week ago
Interview With Jason Diaz: Finding Your Audience and Building a Community On TikTok
Executive Voice1 week ago
Fomo Models AKA Robert Wilson Scouts Superstars
Podcasts5 days ago
Top 11 Disruptive Podcasts To Listen To In 2021
Executive Voice3 days ago
Lanora Wyatt’s Transformative Journey Through Health and Fitness