Two questions with a millennial mogul to inspire your entrepreneurial ways

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Young people aren’t always the ones who are empowered in business, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t be the next big thing in whatever industry you choose

It’s all about the way you think. It starts with finding something that you believe in and then believing yourself capable of whatever you’re dreaming of. Iyia Liu is a business mogul, the owner of multiple brands and a born hustler.

In order to succeed Iyia has thought differently and been fearless, her skills in business and the way in which she approaches her dreams prove great motivators for all youth who want to get involved with business.

Iyia’s latest endeavor is a free group built for business woman who want to be supported and motivated. We asked Iyia two questions because she is a busy woman after all – these questions are designed to give you a small boost of motivation and support to chase your dreams.

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What drives me?

I’ve always been a creative person and just found it so fun creating things and doing projects. I guess that’s what drives me, the desire to constantly grow, develop and create. I’ve also found visualising my goals really helpful so that you have something to work towards.

 

What is the biggest lesson you’ve learned on your business journey?

That I am more capable that I thought. I think everyone has it in them, it’s just a matter of how hard you are willing to work and how much time and effort you put into it.

Sometimes I hear people say they want to start a business or get out of a 9-5 job but they are not willing to give up their nights or weekends, to which I always reply “sacrifice today for a better tomorrow.”

What’s your end goal? Work towards it.

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