Dating a former drug dealer

30-Aug-2019 00:12

It’s rare to see something that is truly risking everything in order to succeed.Because of all the stories of startups getting acquired for billions of dollars with no revenue, entrepreneurs everywhere think they than start a company without thinking about how to make money at all.One of his former employees goes as far as saying that working for him “was like going through an abusive relationship.” Let’s face it, as underground as the drug dealing business is, there are tons are people doing it. Take some notes from Freeway Rick Ross: “People buy from people they like, so in the drug business people came and bought from me because not only did I have good drugs, but they also like me.They wanted to see me do good, and when people want to see you do good, they’re going to help you.In a past interview with serial entrepreneur Scott Gerber, he explained: “…I need more than enough people that are 18-20-somethings that simply say, “I’ll figure out the money equation later.” And I think that’s the stupidest way to think about business because at the end of the day, less than probably 2% of people that start a business are ever going to see a dollar of real investment money.” Having passion is obviously great, but you will need to focus on the bottom-line longterm if you want your business to thrive. People may buy from you the first time, but if your drugs suck or they feel ripped off, you won’t get repeat customers unless you’re completely scraping at the bottom of the barrel.Every successful business starts with a quality product so you need to spend a ton of time perfecting it.

Take this Quora user’s account of his time as a drug dealer: Say you build a startup, what is the WORST thing that can happen to you? Many millennial startup founders today have a safety-net, whether it’s their parents or a full-time job to handle.Dream keep fu*king with known gold diggers just because they got a pretty face..Joe keep fu*king with bird video hos, then crying about how they act like birds. And I think people appreciated that.” This is customer service 101.Keeping your customers happy is not an easy thing to do, and I see many new businesses struggle with this.

Take this Quora user’s account of his time as a drug dealer: Say you build a startup, what is the WORST thing that can happen to you? Many millennial startup founders today have a safety-net, whether it’s their parents or a full-time job to handle.

Dream keep fu*king with known gold diggers just because they got a pretty face..

Joe keep fu*king with bird video hos, then crying about how they act like birds.

And I think people appreciated that.” This is customer service 101.

Keeping your customers happy is not an easy thing to do, and I see many new businesses struggle with this.

Drug Dealers have usually always been looked-down upon within society, but if you take a closer look at some of today’s most successful entrepreneurs, they started out as drug dealers. Diddy, and 50 Cent all used drug dealing as a means of survival and reaching success.