Chris Burch Offers Sage Advice For Aspiring Entrepreneurs.

In the entrepreneurial world, there are certain names that stick out of the crowd as much for what they’ve done as for their ability to convey that knowledge to people who are looking to come after them. Chris Burch is the CEO and founder of Burch Creative Capital and he fits neatly into both of the aforementioned categories. Burch has been working in the entrepreneurial field for over 40 years now and he has played a role in many massive projects spanning several different sectors. For the past six years, Burch has been setting the industry on fire over the past six or seven years so today serves a perfect opportunity to look at the advice that he holds most dear.

Chris Burch finds that life as an entrepreneur is much easier when you prioritize working with the right people. While it sounds like a no-brainer, working with the right people as an investor is actually pretty difficult. You never know who people really are until you get into the trenches with them. For Burch, success came quicker after he learned to read people while getting to know them. Getting a read on a person’s intentions and priorities is the quickest way to make a partnership solvent or a thing of the past.

 

 

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As an entrepreneur, Burch believes that it is important to familiarize yourself with the concept of failure. For Burch, failure has been as instrumental in his current life as success has. Burch claims to have failed thousands of times in his life and sometimes things got so bad that it would leave him emotionally devastated and in mourning. With that being said, each moment of failure led to a lifetime of learning and for that, Burch is incredibly grateful and proud of those moments, view also (Inc.com). Burch wouldn’t change anything about his past but he advocates making sure that you take time to take stock of the good and bad moments.

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