Famous entrepreneur who also owns the NBA team Mark Cubanshared remarkable tips on how to make money. Although Cuban is frequently on the agenda with his comments on crypto money and Bitcoin, he is one of the well-known names in the business and sports world.
Cuban, who also owns the Dallas Mavericks, one of the NBA teams, has been known for his comments on the cryptocurrency market in recent years.
In an interview with GQ, Mark Cuban shared the four rules of making money and being a millionaire.
“If you want to be a millionaire you can do it, but there are a few things you need to achieve,” Cuban said.
Rule #1: “Find Something It’s Good For!”
Find something you can be good at and be very good at it. Although Cuban’s first rule is a cliché often used by entrepreneurs, it stands out as the rule he pays the most attention to. According to Cuban, if a person focuses on his strong abilities and develops his skills in this area, he can achieve significant success. It doesn’t matter if it’s a sport, art or profession. Passion for something can often turn into putting in the work and effort necessary to be successful.
Rule 2: “Learn How to Sell”
Cuban claims he went door to door selling garbage bags when he was 12. Cuban was doing this to earn money so he could buy sneakers. The entrepreneur was buying garbage bags for $3 and selling them for $6. Part of Cuban’s sales pitch was the offer that garbage bags can be reached by phone when needed and the bags can be delivered by car.
Rule 3: “Be Curious and Keep Learning”
The focus of this article, which is very similar to the first rule, is “continuous learning.” Continuous learning, which is one of the trend topics of recent years, adopts a lifelong learning style in order to excel in a subject. Mark Cuban also expressed that he approached this issue sensitively.
Rule 4: “Be the Best Person in the Room”
Another cliché of the entrepreneurial world, the advice “be the best person in the room” was also voiced by Mark Cuban. Cuban said this is an important step before starting your own company and being able to “control your own destiny.”
Cuban emphasized that often great leaders and business people fail several times before they succeed. Cuban said it doesn’t matter how many times you fail because just being right once can make the difference in life.