David Adefeso Gives Fans Precious Advice On The Importance Of Failure

David Adefeso Gives Fans Precious Advice On The Importance Of Failure
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David Adefeso is offering his fans and followers some pretty useful advice on the importance of failing. Check out the message that he shared on his social media account.

'Contrary to common beliefs, success is determined by your perspective on failure,' David began his message.

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He continued and said: 'How you approach failure determines how you’re going to navigate life afterwards. Your mindset is key.'

He also noted that 'Instead of dreading failure, you should embrace it and use it to your advantage. When you stop dwelling on the fact that things aren’t going your way, then you’ll be successful. Let’s have a great week! 🙏🏾' David captioned his post.

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David has been offering precious financial advice for a while now and his fans and followers are appreciating this.

A couple of days ago, David Adefeso wa s telling his fans that an angel could be their salvation. Check out his post here.

'The easiest, and usually the best place, to raise money for your new business is from Angel investors -- this could be a professional Angel, but more often it starts with family and friends,' he began his message.

'Like real Angels, they know you, they trust you, they love you, and they want to see you succeed. Run the idea by them and make them a minority partner/shareholder (I mean like low single digit percentages or less) in exchange for providing the capital you need,' he continued.

David also said: 'They will now start rooting for the business and some may even have certain skills that they can contribute for free, like accounting/bookkeeping, computer programming or sales/marketing.'

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'It will also inspire you to work harder and climb higher mountains to make your business a success: No one wants to lose their mom or sister’s money! The family and friends interest in the business should be what we call “limited shares” i.e. they have no control over any of the operations or say in how you run the business,' he said.

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