Achieving success is different for everyone. How we define success depends on goals we set. Milestones are firm. Dreams change. Dreams inspire moments required to convert thoughts to action. Movement and progress are different. I wrote earlier about advantages married people have versus single people. I pointed out US Census Bureau facts in my last article “Single or Married which Person Accomplishes More?”.
Statistics show that married people who have no entrepreneurial history will have a net-worth 3x the single person above age 50.
Simply working with a spouse does something phenomenal to wealth appreciation. The arguments for why this observation is prevalent remains a debate. What does not remain debate for the Professional Entrepreneur are advantages marriage unions have. Psychological affects of choosing a non relatable profession are evident. Connecting with a person who understands unconventional behaviors normalizes your life. There are few advocates for success. There are less individuals who understand what success is. To understand career paths it takes study. There is no class or documentary to explain Middle Space Markets, Emerging Technologies, or Innovation.
Middle Space markets are markets that allow entrants given specific circumstances. Emerging Technologies are new with no reference point. Innovation is Picasso’s desire to create abstract art. Each one of these circumstances spawns from ingenuity. To become a 1% participant rarity is required. Scarcity is the definition of a Professional Entrepreneur.
Choosing a partner to support your ocean swim through waves of doubt directly correlates to your success probability.
Never confuse movement with progress. Moving from town to town with exciting dates briefly allows you to catch your breath. Progressing through each town with a partner to pick up the pieces of rejection will lighten your load.
Sometimes to max out 350lbs on a bench you only need two fingers to help stabilize your push. Those fingers can’t support 350lbs. Two fingers may seem insignificant. Those two fingers are the reason why you achieve quality repetitions in a work out. The weight is your struggle to be successful as an entrepreneur. Your partner is the spotter with two fingers. Never devalue the support no matter how insignificant a third party views it. Strong partnership will be a large reason for success in your journey. Choose it wise.
About Christopher: Christopher Knight Lopez is a Professional Entrepreneur. Christopher has opened over 7 businesses in his 14-year career. Christopher’s purpose is to take advantage of various market-driven opportunities. Christopher is a certified Master Project Manager (MPM) and Accredited Financial Analyst (AFA). Christopher previously held his Series 65 securities license. Christopher also has his General Lines — Life, Accident, Health & HMO. Christopher has managed a combined 286mm USD in reported Assets Under Management & Assets Under Advisement. Christopher has work experience in 29 countries, raised over 50mm USD for various businesses, and grossed over 7.5mm in his personal career. Christopher worked in the highly technical industries of: biotechnology, finance, securities, manufacturing, real estate, and residential mortgages. Christopher is a United States Air Force Veteran. Christopher has a passion for family, competitive sports, fishing, martial arts and advocacy for entrepreneurs. Christopher provides self-help classes for up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Christopher’s passion to mentor comes from belief that entrepreneurs need guidance. The world is full of conflicting information about entrepreneur identity. See more at www.christopherklopez.com