Public Figure and Mogul Josh Miller Sheds Light On How He Built The Success Club

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Entrepreneurship is the process of discovering new ways of combining resources. When the market value generated by this new combination of resources is greater than the market value these resources can generate elsewhere individually or in some other combination, the entrepreneur makes a profit. We had a chance to chat with a young entrepreneur, Josh Miller. Josh is the founder of multiple companies and is known for being an influencer globally.

“The Success Club started as an Instagram page founded by Josh Miller and Alex Lombard. Alex Lombard is now the Owner and CEO, and Josh Miller is a partner and a strategic advisor. It started with a vision to inspire millions of young entrepreneurs to be there best; it has now evolved into a movement of millennial entrepreneurs/young pros that are living their passions, achieving their dreams, and impacting many other people around them. Today, the success club is a movement of leaders. We look forward to connecting and be on this journey together.”

Welcome to the club! https://instagram.com/the.success.club

Josh Miller is known for his following ventures: Inviogr8 Success as a company and my part in cofounding and 2 years of service as COO. invigor8branding.org, success as an investor and trader in the gold and silver options markets, and for investing and being an advocate for bitcoin and cryptocurrency since 2012. Additionally, Josh said this to us, ” I work with my father David Miller and guided by our core values to seek out humanitarian and philanthropic ventures to create real lasting change, positive impact, and doing so strategically to create collaboration around key issues and find solutions that have multiple benefits. within the Jacksonville community, and the wider United States. In education, poverty eradication, infrastructure, economic empowerment, rights of all human beings.”

The road to entrepreneurship is often a treacherous one filled with unexpected detours, roadblocks and dead ends. There are lots of sleepless nights, plans that don’t work out, funding that doesn’t come through and customers that never materialize. It can be so challenging to launch a business that it may make you wonder why anyone willingly sets out on such a path.

Yet despite all these hardships, every year, thousands of entrepreneurs embark on this journey determined to bring their vision to fruition and fill a need they see in society. They open brick-and-mortar businesses, launch tech startups, or bring a new product or service into the marketplace.

So what motivates entrepreneurs to venture forth when so many others would run in the other direction? Though each person’s motivation is nuanced and unique, most entrepreneurs are spurred on by one or more of the following motivators:

Autonomy – “Entrepreneurs want to be their own bosses, set their own goals, control their own progress and run their businesses how they see fit. They recognize that their business’s success or failure rests with them, yet they don’t view this responsibility as a burden but, instead, as a marker of their freedom,” says Josh Miller.

Purpose – “Many entrepreneurs have a clear vision of what they want to accomplish and feel compelled to work tirelessly to make that happen. They genuinely believe they have a product or service that fills a void and are compelled by a single-minded commitment to that goal to keep pushing ahead. They abhor stagnation and would rather fail while moving forward than languish in inactivity,” says Josh Miller.

Flexibility – “Not everyone fits into the rigidity of traditional corporate culture. Entrepreneurs are often looking to free themselves from these constraints, find a better work-life balance, or work at times and in ways that may be unconventional. This doesn’t mean they are working fewer hours – oftentimes, especially in the early stages of growing a business, they are working longer and harder – but, rather, that they’re working in a way that is natural and instinctual to them,” says Josh Miller.

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