I believe most entrepreneurs have this conversation before, "Are successful people just lucky?". I have talked to many businessmen who have made it and they attributed a big portion of their success to luck. I have also talked to some who haven't made it and they were also attributing it to the lack of luck. Photo credit: mentatdgt Some of my friends argued that it is plain luck since everything is uncertain in the business world and some of these people are just "lucky". My counter-argument to them would be, are you saying that if Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, or Richard Branson were to start a new business (assuming that they have no access to their established network and wealth), it is as good a chance to succeed as any random person from the street? After a few conversions on this topic, I decided to write about some of the conclusions that I have come to. First of all, I believe even for a seasoned entrepreneur like Richard Branson, there will
Stanley Chee is a serial entrepreneur, the CEO and co-founder of SalesCandy®, a tech startup angel investor, an ex-Google Regional Trainer, a TEDx speaker, a Mensa member, a public speaker, a casual blogger, a loving husband and father.