Monday, 19 December 2016

Entrepreneur Reveals Three Hacks To Success (for any industry)

Starry-eyed innovators are often shocked when they learn that nine out of every ten startups fail to get on their feet. (1) And according to the National Venture Capital Association, of the lucky ones that do get funding, more than a fourth fail. (2) With these sort of failure rates it is no wonder that new mainstream products are few and far between.
Ryan Peck seems to have broken this mold. He successfully launched a company, Care Ultima, which provides access to major services in an All-Inclusive plan. Through innovative marketing techniques, Peck is proud to call Care Ultima his own.
The still-growing company has even been featured in several mainstream media sources including Fox News, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, Buzz Feed, The Huffington Post, and more.
Today Ryan Peck is here to reveal some of the motivation and causes attributing to his widespread success. When asked what exactly marked the turning point at which he turned his life onto a path of productivity.
Peck recounted his sudden, near-death experience after he was unexpectedly diagnosed with bilateral deep vein thrombosis that lead to life-threatening pulmonary embolism.
These dangerous blood clots came as quite a surprise to Peck as he was well under thirty, and these types of clots usually form in the blood of the elderly. Nevertheless Peck persevered and discovered a new appreciation for life.
To truly unlock success one has to value their own time on earth, a realization that readers can hopefully understand without such a mortal experience.
Ryan outlines three secrets to success:
Focus: By maintaining focus on one dominant goal, the too-typical inefficiency of spreading oneself too thin is avoided. Instead of partially completing ten projects over the course of a month, complete one every three days. Ryan says
“becoming a master of one, frees you from becoming a slave to none”. By focusing all your effort on one thing at a time, will allow you to not spread yourself too thin which will ultimately lead you to failure”.