Famous for His Revived $160 Million Success With Business Partnership, Once Broke Mike Tyson Gives Crucial Advice to All Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Published 12/20/2023, 10:41 AM EST

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Mike Tyson‘s name continues to draw money. The former heavyweight champion retired in the year 2005. However, post his retirement, he has remained in the public limelight. More recently, he is making headlines, not just in the boxing world, but also in the business world. His cannabis company, ‘Tyson 2.0,’ has found quite some success, to say the least.

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It is reported that the venture, under the umbrella of Carma Holdings Co, has generated upward of $160 Million in revenue in such a short span of time which is nothing to scoff at. Which leads to the question, how profound is the business acumen of Tyson? Let’s take a look at a business savvy advice from him.

What not to do in business? Tyson reveals

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In an interview with Patrick Bet-David, while answering a question from a young fan, Tyson gave crucial advice to aspiring entrepreneurs. According to Tyson, one must refrain from indulging in conversation about a subject matter that they are not well-versed in. To prevent any unwanted consequences, it is crucial to share one’s opinion only if one is thorough with the subject matter. Reflecting along these lines, He stated, “I learned this in life. When we talk about business, never get involved in a conversation you are not a master in. Always get involved in something you are superior in, that you know particulars of, and then everything would be great.” 

He rounded up the answer by reiterating his mantra. “There’s nothing that you can’t do, you know. Impossible is nothing compared to anybody that tries. Nothing’s impossible then, you know. That’s the total belief in yourself: confidence breeds success, success breeds confidence, and confidence applied properly will supersede a genius,” stated Iron Mike.

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The crowd lauded him for his advice, and rightfully so. It is safe to say that even in retirement, he finds a way to be of service to the people the same way he did decades ago. Moreover, time and time again, Tyson has not shied away from sharing his words of wisdom, not just business-related but also on a philosophical level. Let’s take a look at the time he shared an inspirational message to his fans.

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Mike Tyson on the importance of being resilient in life

The former heavyweight champion has seen extreme lows in life. However, his mental fortitude never allowed him to succumb to the pitfalls of defeats and disappointments. In an old Instagram post where he shared a message that is equally relevant today, he revealed that disappointments are inevitable, but one must fight through them. He said, “Whatever you want, especially when you want to be the best in the world at something, there’ll always be disappointments, and you can’t be emotionally tied to them or they will break your spirit. Keep pushing.”

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Tyson is an iconic figure around the world, and for many, a role model. His wisdom may have even captivated fans more than his boxing abilities. So we are curious to know, has he been a source of inspiration for you? Share with us your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.

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