Matthew Turner Novel Escape for the Millennial Entrepreneur | Ep. 221

Matthew Turner

Matthew Turner is the author of The Successful Mistake. He inspires and helps millennial entrepreneurs to get on the path of freedom, happiness, and success.

“Successful people know what success means to them, whereas people who are still getting there usually fall off their own definition of success.” – Matthew Turner

Lessons from the Successful

Matthew Turner Novel Escape for the Millennial Entrepreneur | Ep. 221Matthew has met a lot of successful people over the course of his career. He saw how very different they were from those are just starting out. They know what success means to them.

By successful, he does not refer to those who are rich. He refers to those who are living happy, fulfilled, and smart lives. They don’t work hard.

Hustling as an Entrepreneur

In the beginning, it is unavoidable to get caught in the hustle. Someone has to do the work and make particular investments. But then people start to glorify the hustle.

“We start to see that the only way to succeed in life is to be working harder than everyone else.” – Matthew Turner

Successful people work smart. If they hustle, they do it because they need to. And if they could change something they’ve done in the beginning, that would be to stop the hustle soon.

Working Smarter, Not Harder

The hustle is not the end game but people treat it like that. It is not about working hard; it is about working smart. Successful people work less and earn more.

“The hustle is a means to an end.” – Matthew Turner

They want to outsource so that they can work smart and be strategic. Delegating tasks frees up their time and allows them to attend to other important things.

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Jaime Jay

About Jaime Jay

Meet Jaime Jay – a man who wears many hats, and wears them all admirably. He's a master connector, an entrepreneur extraordinaire, and a published author who knows how to get things done.

Before he found his way to the business world, Jaime served his country as a brave paratrooper in the U.S. Army. But that's just the beginning of his many accomplishments.

He's the founder of the renowned Bottleneck Distant Assistant Services firm, and his book "Quit Repeating Yourself" has become a must-read for entrepreneurs everywhere.

When he's not busy building his empire, you can find him on his beloved Harley Davidson, cruising through the countryside and taking in the invigorating effects of Uitwaaien – a Dutch practice that involves facing the wind to boost health and relieve stress.

He enjoys spending his free time outside building stuff with his wife, Nikita the dog and their two kittens (for now at least) Tommy and Tater.

He is ‘over-the-moon’ happily married to his wonderful wife Sara, his amazing daughter, Jessica, who is serving our country as a United States Army soldier. Jaime and Sara are the proud grand parents of two beautiful little girls.

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