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Manny Campoli, A 26 Year Young Entrepreneurial Spirit

Manny Campoli

There are various reasons that push an individual to follow the path of entrepreneurship. Some people work on their passion as a hobby and later it becomes a thriving business. For Manny Campoli, it was the desire to provide quality service and make an impact on people. On one side an entrepreneur acknowledges the fact that their creativity and leadership qualities do not fit in 9-5 jobs. Their mind should be free and hands should not be tied by the boss and his ideas.

On the other side of entrepreneurship, there is always a certain amount of risk. There is the risk of making mistakes, investing in the wrong spot, or failing with the business. A 9-5 job does not have these gambles. People who think of becoming an entrepreneur should always analyze and compare the advantages of freedom, huge fruition, the challenges with risk, and especially how they would deal with it. Characters are different and therefore the way how people shape their work-life will be different. Certain people would never think of taking a risk and will always keep their safe structures. Others are more open to taking risks and trying new things on their own to build a business or provide services. Talking about those people in general you would define them as entrepreneurial spirits. One of those spirits is definitely the young motivated Manny Campoli who created different services and businesses to fulfill his own dream of freedom and provide his exclusiveness to customers.

 Entrepreneurs always try to provide the best service to customers. They constantly think of ways to update their service and add more features so that the clients get the most benefit.- Manny Campoli

There are many advantages of being an entrepreneur. They can work on their own timetable, create employment, pursue traveling opportunities, and more. According to Manny, there are few things every entrepreneur should consider that will boost their income and speed up their growth. An entrepreneur:

  • should possess professional leadership qualities
  • Should find a way to stay motivated and inspire their team
  • Should be able to make friends and create a network easily

 

Campoli owns two restaurants, a car customization shop, and a construction company (Brute Construction Service LTD). He shares: “ Trying to do everything solo is one of the common mistakes new entrepreneurs make. It’s important to hire people who can help you to achieve the result that you desire. Doing this saves time and allows entrepreneurs to focus on new projects”.

Many people say they find it hard to find balance in their entrepreneurial spirit when they start to achieve success. Often they shift their mindset of hustling and overeagerness to taking things slow and not serious. This causes the company value to go down and even go bankrupt. Manny advises young entrepreneurs to have a growth mindset, to keep seeking changes, and to have a continuous stable motivation.

I’m always ready to take things in my hand and finish the project. I keep myself empowered, motivated, and humble. I don’t let the success get into my head and aim higher –
Manny Campoli

Sujan Pariyar is the founder of the "Think 7 Figures" magazine. He shares stories of inspiring entrepreneurs from all around the world and tips to create a better life & business.

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