The 4 Secrets to Success as an Entrepreneur

The 4 Secrets to Success as an Entrepreneur

When this video was filmed, I had just gotten back from the Fitness Business Summit out in San Diego. While there, I learned the four secrets to success as an entrepreneur, and I thought I needed to share them with you guys!

I went to a really great undergraduate school, Duke University. I was probably 1,200th of 1,600 in my class. My classmates were all smarter than me. They got straight A’s and I had to work my butt off to get just a few A’s, some B’s and even a couple C’s. They all went on to great business, law or medical schools.

I knew I didn’t want that. It wasn’t my calling.

I’ve been surrounded by these successful people my whole life, but it depends on how you define success. There are many different kinds of success and it’s different for every person.

My point is that I spent a weekend at the Fitness Business Summit surrounded by multiple seven or eight-figure earners, and a lot of them didn’t go to college. And yet, they are killing it.

What I got out of that weekend is that success is not determined by your level of education or how you were born. What determines success is four simple things:

Hard Work

Be willing to go all in and do what needs to be done.


You fail at something and see that it isn’t the end. Failures are an opportunity for learning and growth.


In order to stop trading time for money, you have to be able to replicate your jobs. You have to hire people to do those jobs because systems run the business and people run the systems!


You have to have a great culture for your employees and clients so anyone that comes in will know, like and trust you automatically.

Do those four things and you’ll be on your way to being an even more successful business owner! 

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Aaron LeBauer

About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Aaron LeBauer PT, DPT, LMBT started a 100% cash based physical therapy practice right after graduation. He's on a mission to save 100 million people from unnecessary surgery & enjoys helping passionate therapists build successful businesses without relying on insurance.

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