Paul Szyarto’s deprived and violent childhood could easily have led him to a life of crime. Instead, he served with distinction in the U.S. Navy, earned degrees from Oxford University, Brandeis University, and the Wharton School of Business, and went on to become a remarkably successful entrepreneur and management consultant. Paul credits his success to his mastery of martial arts, which he says enabled him to channel his aggression and develop the discipline, character, and skills he says are essential in business today. Having spent the last 17 years working with more than 400 companies worldwide valued at more than $100 billion in capital, Paul’s diverse expertise in business management and development has made him a much sought after consultant to clients such as AOL, Goodyear, SAP, BMW, Bentley, Siemens, Kellogg’s, Bayer, Heineken, and more. Paul Szyarto’s mission is to empower individuals to discover, harness, and apply their strengths to achieve peak performance and success as entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurial Role Models:
When business started difficulties overcame:
“One of the biggest failures for every entrepreneur out there especially the young ones is focus, in the beginning when I was going through and trying to build these businesses what would happen was you would see so much opportunity and you would actually feel bad if you didn’t take advantage of the opportunities that were presented, I would get to the point where I didn’t have 1 or 2 things going I would have 10 of 20 things going”…[Listen for More]
How to Win Friends and Influence People Book by Dale Carnegie
“Embrace the suck”
Recommended Online Resources:
Fiverr – is the world’s largest freelance services marketplace for lean entrepreneurs to focus on growth create a successful business at affordable costs.
Other Quotes From the Chat with Paul Szyarto:
- “Life is challenging and if you embrace it and realize that it can’t suck forever and if you put forth the effort into making it better, life is going to be good, it’s not always going to be bad and when there are situations that are bad, embrace it because you’re actually going to learn something from it, it’s not as bad as people say it is”
- “There’s no reason to cheat, it is what it is, you’re going to get caught at some point so you might as well live a life of focusing on keeping it real”