Top 5 Business Lessons I Learned through Personal Experience

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The life of an entrepreneur can be filled with victories and failures, and experiencing these ups and downs can create a store of indispensable advice. Here, leading-entrepreneur Kyle Biskit shares the business lessons he learned through his personal experience. 1. Monetize your passion The easiest way to have a job […]


The life of an entrepreneur can be filled with victories and failures, and experiencing these ups and downs can create a store of indispensable advice.

Here, leading-entrepreneur Kyle Biskit shares the business lessons he learned through his personal experience.

1. Monetize your passion

The easiest way to have a job that you love is to dedicate your business to something you are passionate about. Kyle shares that his interest in the Detroit party scene led to him creating the club promotion company, Topshelf Entertainment. 

2. Trust in teamwork

According to Biskit, even with all the self-confidence in the world, you will still need a helping hand. He advises constructing a strong team before you even start to create revenue with a new business. 

3. Don’t overthink it

Biskit believes there is a big difference between planning and overthinking. You should have, at least, a five-year business plan in your pocket when you start a new venture, but don’t let your mind wander into every worst-case scenario. Just make your plan and stick to it.

4. Don’t fear failure

Biskit advises accepting the possibility of failure before you even try to succeed. Understanding that failure is a natural part of life will help you feel prepared if your business plans hit a snag. He shares that the greatest successes can be born from the worst failures.

5. Trust Yourself

Biskit says that, overall, trusting in yourself will give you the strongest chance for success. A business can’t grow strong without a strong leader that trusts in their instincts.

The world of business can be a challenging place to find success, but Kyle Biskit believes that with the right attitude you can conquer any industry.

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