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Millennial CEO Ryan Morris Drops His 3 Keys to Business Success

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Ryan Morris grew up in the small town of Warrenton Virginia by a family with conservative values. He was named a team captain in multiple sports at Liberty High School and later joined the Central Connecticut State University’s football program. After his first semester grades came in, Ryan found himself questioning whether college was the right path for him but did could not think of an alternative plan. As fate would have it, Ryan was introduced to a network of young entrepreneurs and mentors that would eventually empower him to leave college and pursue his dreams of business ownership and freedom.

At just 25 years of age Ryan is the owner and operator of two thriving businesses, iFortune Marketing and J&R Vacations.

These are his three keys for business success.

1. Learn to Hire and Delegate…

Learning to delegate is the most important factor that determines whether you own your business or whether your business owns you. In the beginning I was doing literally every single element of my business, it was exhausting! One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned as an entrepreneur is to allow people to do what they do best, so I can spend more time doing what I do best. Learning to partner with and hire people whose interest align with mine has been a game changer.

2. Listen to The Market…

This can be a tough lesson in business. You may love your product, you may think it is the coolest thing in the world, but if the market does not demand it you will never be successful. It’s so important to understand what need you fill and how to market that idea in a way that appeals to the AUDIENCE. Learning to listen to the marketplace was an important lesson that I wish I knew sooner.

3. Remember to Have Fun…

When I first started in business, I was under the belief that successful businesspeople didn’t have time for fun and were always focused on the grind. We see it all the time in entrepreneurship culture where people are celebrated for working 20 hour days. I used to think that was the key to success. The truth is, the more joy I’m experiencing in my life, the more business success I seem to find as well. We must remember to enjoy the present, while we work hard on the future.

Ryan can be reached for inquiry on Instagram at @realryanmorris or on his website www.realryanmorris.com

With experience as a full-time environmentalist and part time journalist, Lisa heads the post of editor at California Herald. She covers all the significant proceedings in the world of Environment while editing all the news pieces posted over the website to ensure everything aligns with the journalistic format.

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