Anyone that is interested in becoming an entrepreneur and/or CEO of a successful start-up company could benefit from reading a recent Idea Mensch interview with Reno, Nevada-based CEO and serial entrepreneur Josh Smith.
For more than 17 years, Josh Smith has been bringing his various business ideas to life. As someone who has always been interested in finding solutions to problems, being a serial entrepreneur is a natural fit for Mr. Smith.
Being the CEO of multiple start-up companies in several different industries, Josh Smith says that being willing to adapt is his leading strategy in growing his businesses. By being flexible enough to listen to and act upon other people’s advice and information, a better overall situation usually prevails.
One example of Josh Smith bringing an idea to life concerns a unique modular-hinge greenhouse that he co-invented/designed. When he encountered several obstacles that prevented him from purchasing a greenhouse for his home garden, Mr. Smith helped to create this all-new type of greenhouse for the large home gardening market.
A reverse engineering process is often carried out by Josh Smith when he turns his ideas into business realities. Using a focused and holistic approach, he writes about his ideas, and uses his artistic sensibility to visualize them through drawing.
With his lifelong interest in creating positive change and his expertise in eco-socio-capitalism, Josh Smith regularly strives to make business decisions that are environmentally and socially positive and responsible.
A recent Forbes article on how to be a more successful entrepreneur also recommends this type of accentuation-of-the-positive thinking. In that article, the author makes the point that decisions determine the outcomes of situations, and it is crucial to make decisions that have positive outcomes.
An important giving-back decision that Josh Smith made years ago was to establish a non-profit organization devoted to bringing greenhouses and gardening programs to schools across America.
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