ANYONE CAN START SOMETHING.
YOUR CHANCE OF FAILURE IS ALMOST GUARANTEED.
MOST PEOPLE WON’T LEARN.
ALMOST NO ONE DOES IT AGAIN.
Are you bored and baffled by spin doctors telling you how to succeed, how to make $1 000 000 or how to build the best business in just 30 days? Everyone claims to have the next best short cut or hack to help you along the path of entrepreneurship. It’s all bullshit. In his business autobiography, DO. FAIL. LEARN. REPEAT. Nicholas Haralambous discusses the truth about the last 15 years of his entrepreneurial journey.
Nic openly discusses his failures and sacrifices over the past decade and a half spent building businesses. There is advice all over the place about the rules to follow if you want to succeed, the do’s and don’ts of running a company, the how-to of how-to do this, that or the next thing. There are also many personalities out there telling young entrepreneurs to hustle non-stop, risk everything and never sleep if they want success.
No one talks about how hard it is, how lonely it is and how difficult it is to build a business. No one is willing to forgo their ego and be honest. If nothing else, Nic is honest about his journey. He has lived the hustle; he has pushed through physical pain, mental suffering, business failures, personal torment and relationship strife all in the name of building businesses.
Nic decided to write a big book of his failures so that entrepreneurs around the world can begin to understand that it is not always glamorous, easy or fun to build a business. If entrepreneurship is calling you then you absolutely cannot miss out on the truth, behind the business, written by Nic Haralambous.
Nicholas Haralambous, the author of DO. FAIL. LEARN. REPEAT, built his first website when he was 12 years old. His first real business was a band that didn’t go very far. He was 16 when he first tried and failed to sell product for money. He has spent over 15 years building businesses, failing and learning hard lessons through intense times.
His crowning accomplishment is how many failures he has learned from in his career as an entrepreneur. He started out in the world of journalism, moved into technology and then onto building a global retail business online, www.nicharry.com.