I have a confession.
When I started my first business at 22, I thought being an entrepreneur was like being the Lone Ranger.
I was convinced that, as the leader, it was my responsibility to go figure out this whole business owner thing on my own, and bring that knowledge back to my business to nurture and grow it.
But instead of being the Lone Ranger, I ended up being Broke Entrepreneur for the first 4 years.
It was a long 4 years, trust me. Eventually I figured out that businesses are like children: They're best raised by a village. But there were two steps I had to go through once I figured out I needed help.
Step 1 was figuring out where to get help. I needed to find a group of like-minded entrepreneurs who had experiences I could learn from.
Step 2 was way more difficult...it was being open, honest, and vulnerable with my challenges so that others could see what was wrong and help me solve it.
Once I took those brave steps, though, that's when things really took off and I was finally able to break the multiple 7-figure barrier.
It seems so simple, in retrospect. But when I was in it, it was brutally hard to find other founders and open up to them.
Now I know better. I'm an open book, and it's literally made me millions.
Only you can take Step 2...only you can decide when to start sharing your deep challenges so they can get solved and you can get back on track to achieving your biggest goals.
Even the Lone Ranger called in reinforcements for the toughest challenges, so saddle up and come join us. It's going to be a great summer!