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Austin Dane Walker – the AirBnb mogul who’s the prime example of a rags to riches story

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Becoming an entrepreneur is a dream of many but not everyone truly wants to put in the work that goes into creating a successful business. It takes tireless amount of hard work and unflinching dedication to bring up a business from the scratch up while maintaining it. One such leader who is an example of great dedication is Austin Dane Walker.

Austin owns a series of AirBnb’s and has managed to turn it into a full fledged business that generates a decent stable revenue for him every month.

Austin entered the business of AirBnb while having to look over his past because his first set up was an indirect breach of his leasing agreement. Austin was determined to do it without stopping and now he is the proud owner of more than tens of apartments.

Austin believes that success should be measured from the progress a person or a business owner has made from where they first started off.

Talking about his life before he became a business owner, Austin shared that he was just out of prison and was living with his mother when he decided to bring about a change in life to start his first AirBnb. He knew he wanted to do something big and turn his life around and so he dedicated himself into this business and never turned back. Now, with a successful company constantly growing, Austin is aiming to live a life filled with fortunes.

He travels to various places and explores life while documenting his trips online, his social media is an example piece to say while keeping spectacular growth doing so. Check him out @austindanewalker

Rosario is from New York and has worked with leading companies like Microsoft as a copy-writer in the past. Now he spends his time writing for readers of BigtimeDaily.com

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Design the Life of Your Dreams with Entrepreneur Burton Hughes’sSix Assets of Alignment

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Leading a balanced life is hard. Every day, we have so many things competing for our attention: kids, spouses, parents, work, school, household duties, and on and on it goes. How is one supposed to find balance in all of this chaos?

I’ll let you in on a secret: you can’t. The secret to life isn’t balanced at all, because that’s impossible to find.

The secret lies in finding alignment instead.

Finding balance in your life is a myth; it is humanly impossible to divide your energy and efforts equally between every aspect of your life. Some areas will require more attention than others; other areas can be left dormant for a while as you focus your energy elsewhere. What’s important is to schedule in time to work on what fuels you and what’s necessary to keep you going.

But how can you do that? And what on earth does alignment have to do with getting through each day with some measure of success and sanity?

I’ve come up with the six assets of alignment that have become my guiding stars. They are the things that help me prioritize my day-to-day tasks and ensure that I will emerge from each day successful, invigorated, and ready to do it all again the next day…and all the days after that.

Are you ready to unlock all that aligning your life has to offer? Let’s chat a bit about my six assets alignment so you can start thinking about how they can help you find the success you dream of.

Mindset

How many times do you look at your to-do list every morning and feel overwhelmed, discouraged, stressed, or anxious? The key to remedying this lies within your mindset. The thing that will set you apart from the crowd is knowing how to harness those emotions and flip them on their head to serve you instead of enslaving you.

Instead of considering all you have to do, and how much of it is out of your control, focus on that which you can control: your attitude and your response to each task before you. Take everything one step at a time and refuse to give in to the feeling of overwhelming.

Faith

Not everyone is a person of faith, but if you are, tap into the reassurance that the belief in a power greater than you provide. None of us is meant to walk this earth alone, and while friends and family are great, sometimes you just need to say a little prayer before going about your day.

Family

The memorable moments I share with my family have kept me going through even the darkest, most stressful times. But I wouldn’t have those memories to fall back on if I had allowed my stress, busyness or anxiety to steal that joy. Prioritize sharing life with the people you love, and pour intentional time and effort into your relationships on a regular basis – whether that’s with your family, spouse, roommates or close friends.

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