Miller Lite’s Tap the Future took its Business and Beer event to Miami to inspire entrepreneurs and future business leaders. Held at the Cadillac Ranch, the event was hosted by Steed Media’s CEO Munson Steed and featured Stephanie M. Clark (Milestones Marketing), Al Nelson (EZ VIP); and Nestor Villalobos (Tudor Ice).
Each business owner provided key insight on how to achieve one’s goals in business.
“Studying is much important to being an entrepreneur than spending. Studying keeps your money in the bank. When you’re not studying, that money leaves the bank. So coaching is important. My friend Les Brown says ‘Information costs, but information pays.’ ”-Munson Steed
“I’ve been an entrepreneur for most of my adult life. When I graduated high school, I knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur. My mom was an entrepreneur and I grew up in the back of a beauty salon, so that’s all I saw. If I was to give advice, it would be expect to work hard. Expect to show up for your business and your business will show up for you.” -Stephanie M. Clark
“Every night before I go to sleep, I research a different entrepreneur. Everything that we want to do has been done in some shape, form, or fashion. We have try to make the time to do the research and try to figure the mistakes they made. It would make our lives a lot easier to learn from other people’s mistakes.”- Al Nelson
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