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(Infographic) The Chances Of Startup Failure Or Success

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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A lot of people nowadays are in hopes of becoming the next quick money making startup, like Instagram or GoodReads, cashing in on Millions or even Billions over night. Well it aint all sunshine and rainbows for everyone who decides to “set up shop”.

This very neat Infographic by staff.com presents the chances of startup failure or success, along with some highly researched results on projection of industries that may have a higher startup success rate in the coming future.

Interesting stuff, Check it out!

 

The Chances Of A Startup Becoming Successful Or Failing

 

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I am the the Founder of Addicted2Success.com and I am so grateful you're here to be part of this awesome community. I love connecting with people who have a passion for Entrepreneurship, Self Development & Achieving Success. I started this website with the intention of educating and inspiring likeminded people to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances. I'm proud to say through my podcast and through this website we have impacted over 100 million lives in the last 6 and a half years.

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  1. Janine Gilmour (@JanineGilmour1)

    Jan 10, 2014 at 11:58 pm

    Nice visual. The stats have always been a bit grim, but it’s fascinating to delve into who outperforms them and how they do it. Thanks for shining a light on this topic.

  2. Calrissian Taikun Whitaker

    Jul 8, 2013 at 12:02 pm

    Most businesses do not succeed because they don’t start and other fail to follow a simple protocol used by all moguls and tycoons.

    1. Gain Intrest
    2. Establish Creditbility
    3. Establish Need
    4. Offer Solution
    5. Have System For Ease Of Transaction

    I teach this protocol to all my clients.

  3. Shwetank Sharma

    Apr 24, 2013 at 8:42 am

    yes it is ture..
    e-commerce project are going to one of the biggest industries..

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10 Powerful Habits Of The Super Successful (Infographic)

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Habits are the key cornerstones to uber success.

Habits are those little energy bolts of action that propel you closer to your goals. A majority of the super successful high achievers in the world credit the daily habits they implemented towards their success.

So what are the top success habits?

We decided to flip one of our articles: 10 Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful and turn it into an easy to read and visually appealing infographic.

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The Top 13 Most Expensive Homes In The World

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Antilia Home of the Ambani Family in India South Mumbai

From the Ambani’s in India to the Villa Leopolda in France, we share with you a nifty little infographic courtesy of DoMyOwnHomeLoan that covers the Top 13 most expensive homes in the world.

The Ambani’s come out on top with a home worth $1 Billion which Mukesh Ambani calls “Antilia”.

$1 Billion is just a drop in the ocean for Mukesh who has a networth of $22.6 Billion.

Checkout the 13 most expensive homes in the world right now below.

 

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Where In The World Are The Top Tech Billionaires From? (Infographic)

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Top Tech Billionaires In The World Feature

The tech world is full of many smart and successful entrepreneurs, and many among those ranks had reached billionaire status. And although it seems the majority of tech elite have made their way to Silicon Valley, many of these billionaires come from around the world.

The team at WhoIsHostingThis is taking a global look at a handful of tech billionaires, from China to India to Russia and beyond, in their latest infographic covering such billionaires as Azim Premji, Sergey Brin, Shiv Nadar and more.

 

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(Infographic) The Top 8 Digital Media Influencers Under 30

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Digital Media Influencers

This infographic looks at the top digital media influencers under the age of 30 in the digital world right now.

These are young men and women who are dominating their industry, valued by a close knit community and who above all know their niche and their audience.

If you have ever thought about launching your own YouTube channel but felt like maybe there wasn’t much money to make or impact in it, well this following list of ambitious and interesting Video Bloggers and social media rockstars will prove you wrong.

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What You Can Learn From My Ultimate “I Am Screwed” Moment.

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When I was 16 years old, I had the ultimate “I am screwed moment.”

Everything from this point on happened in slow motion. What I’m about to describe probably happened in the space of thirty minutes but it felt like five hours.

I was walking down the street with my buddy one night, eating a paddle pop ice cream. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a group of about twenty teenagers running towards us, dressed in black.

I instantly knew that something was up and as they got closer, we both realized we were screwed and there was nowhere to run to.

Seconds later the gang of teenagers came straight towards us as fast as they could.

“I got lucky and copped a baseball bat to the head. My friend wasn’t so lucky. He was repeatedly stabbed by several different people and there was blood everywhere.”

As I saw what happened to my friend, I knew I’d be next. I was hit so many times with the baseball bat that I was numb from the pain. Everything started to go white.

Then I heard a faint voice. The voice was calling my name out.

I listened to what the young man was saying and realized he was saying that his little brother knew me. All of a sudden, he put out his hand, lifted me off the ground and told me to run in the other direction, or I’d end up like my friend.

I somehow managed to get on my feet and run, but I was not giving up on my friend. I ran around the back of the shopping center that we were standing outside of and entered the building. I ran to the first security guard I saw and told them I needed help.

In my search to get help, miraculously, my friend had made it into the shopping center and he was being treated by a number of bystanders for his massive knife wounds.

I went over and spoke to him. He was okay and things looked better than I expected. I had about sixty seconds of calmness. Then I looked to my left.

Through the glass doors, I could see the same gang of teenagers running into the shopping center. Everyone including the two security guards ran in opposite directions.

My friend with his multiple knife wounds also ran and there were bandages everywhere as he made a run for it (I’m not even sure how he was able to move).

This time I was the unlucky one. I ran into the part of the shopping center that was closed for the night and three of the youths followed me. I’d never been so afraid because I saw what they did to my friend.

I ended up in the shopping centers food court and I hid in the darkness. I tried to control my breathing, but it was hard to silence the fear inside of me. I still remember the white Nike pants I was wearing and the bright red Sean John jumper I had on (I later discarded them because of the memory they left).

Again, through some kind of miracle, the three boys did not see me. They ran off in another direction and I stayed under the table.

The pain of my wounds started to set in. I knew deep down I was safe and so the fight or flight response was turned off. All of a sudden, moving and walking felt very painful.

I could feel broken bits of teeth in my mouth.


The aftermath.

After some time had passed, I manage to reconnect with my friend. By that time there was an ambulance on the scene and he managed to get his knife wounds treated. He got lucky and no vital organs were affected.

The next day I went to school and people could see I had gone through one hell of an ordeal. One of my friends in the year level below, came and found me and explained to me that it was his older brother and friends that attacked me.

They had mistakenly thought that we had come from a party, because of the direction we came from, where he was beaten up. He told me that because they had recognized me, to some degree, I was spared.

The story doesn’t end here though (I wish it did). Even after the brutal event, one of the attackers was still upset with me. I didn’t know why and it made no sense. I had multiple times where he and his friends were waiting for me in certain places and I was told they would harm me.

Through a mutual friend, I was able to resolve the conflict and I found out that a few of them were close friends with a few of my friends. In the coming years, I got to know my attackers.

“They were not the horrible violent people I encountered on that night. They slowly changed their ways and one of them has gone on to do extraordinary kind acts all over the world.”


A revelation from this “I am screwed” moment.

After this horrible event had occurred, I tried to make sense of it. I was not a violent person in any way but in a way, I had created this path for myself.

During my teenage years, I let rap music and violence dominate my life. I thought they were both cool.

The revelation from all of this was that I knew I had to change my life. I knew that the path I was on had led me to this moment and only I could change things. The next time an attack like this happened, I may not be as lucky.

I gave up rap music, I changed my group of friends, I started a business with my brother, I quit smoking and I disengaged from anything that was violent. Looking back, an “I am screwed” moment can be extremely valuable. It’s during these difficult times that we learn about who we are and what we can do to change our lives.

I would never have become obsessed with legacy, giving back and personal development if I hadn’t had this life or death experience.

I’m now fully aware of my mortality and I’m never going to take another day for granted.

Everything can change in a split second for better or for worse. What you do in that moment is up to you.

Nothing happens randomly (even this attack). Everything happens for a reason and when you ensure you get the lesson from it, you can go on to do extraordinary things.

I’m typing these words and reaching millions of people with them, partly because of this “I am screwed” moment.


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Tim is best known as a long-time contributor on Addicted2Success. Tim's content has been shared millions of times and he has written multiple viral posts all around personal development and entrepreneurship. You can connect with Tim through his website www.timdenning.net

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  1. Janine Gilmour (@JanineGilmour1)

    Jan 10, 2014 at 11:58 pm

    Nice visual. The stats have always been a bit grim, but it’s fascinating to delve into who outperforms them and how they do it. Thanks for shining a light on this topic.

  2. Calrissian Taikun Whitaker

    Jul 8, 2013 at 12:02 pm

    Most businesses do not succeed because they don’t start and other fail to follow a simple protocol used by all moguls and tycoons.

    1. Gain Intrest
    2. Establish Creditbility
    3. Establish Need
    4. Offer Solution
    5. Have System For Ease Of Transaction

    I teach this protocol to all my clients.

  3. Shwetank Sharma

    Apr 24, 2013 at 8:42 am

    yes it is ture..
    e-commerce project are going to one of the biggest industries..

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Infographics

10 Powerful Habits Of The Super Successful (Infographic)

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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on

Powerful Habits Infographic Main

Habits are the key cornerstones to uber success.

Habits are those little energy bolts of action that propel you closer to your goals. A majority of the super successful high achievers in the world credit the daily habits they implemented towards their success.

So what are the top success habits?

We decided to flip one of our articles: 10 Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful and turn it into an easy to read and visually appealing infographic.

Please feel free to share this Infographic, just make sure that you credit the link back to Addicted2Success.com.

 

Powerful Habits for Success
 

Copy the code from the box below to share this Infographic On Your Site

Continue Reading

Infographics

The Top 13 Most Expensive Homes In The World

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Antilia Home of the Ambani Family in India South Mumbai

From the Ambani’s in India to the Villa Leopolda in France, we share with you a nifty little infographic courtesy of DoMyOwnHomeLoan that covers the Top 13 most expensive homes in the world.

The Ambani’s come out on top with a home worth $1 Billion which Mukesh Ambani calls “Antilia”.

$1 Billion is just a drop in the ocean for Mukesh who has a networth of $22.6 Billion.

Checkout the 13 most expensive homes in the world right now below.

 

Continue Reading

Infographics

Where In The World Are The Top Tech Billionaires From? (Infographic)

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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on

Top Tech Billionaires In The World Feature

The tech world is full of many smart and successful entrepreneurs, and many among those ranks had reached billionaire status. And although it seems the majority of tech elite have made their way to Silicon Valley, many of these billionaires come from around the world.

The team at WhoIsHostingThis is taking a global look at a handful of tech billionaires, from China to India to Russia and beyond, in their latest infographic covering such billionaires as Azim Premji, Sergey Brin, Shiv Nadar and more.

 

Continue Reading

Infographics

(Infographic) The Top 8 Digital Media Influencers Under 30

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Digital Media Influencers

This infographic looks at the top digital media influencers under the age of 30 in the digital world right now.

These are young men and women who are dominating their industry, valued by a close knit community and who above all know their niche and their audience.

If you have ever thought about launching your own YouTube channel but felt like maybe there wasn’t much money to make or impact in it, well this following list of ambitious and interesting Video Bloggers and social media rockstars will prove you wrong.

8 Digital Media Influencers Under 30 Dominating The Digital World

Infographic Under 30 Digital Media Influencers

Infographic created by: OneProductions

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