Published on Aug 17, 2017
✎ Sam Zell’s Top 10 Rules For Success: In this video we’re going to learn how to improve our lives by analyzing our take on Zell’s rules for success.
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-= zell’s rules =-
1. Take challenges
2. Be curious
3. Identify the downside
4. Test your limits
5. Just do it
6. Be optimistic
7. Simplify everything
8. Follow your gut
9. Be an observer
10. Don’t look back
-= bonus =-
Deal with rejection.
Calibrate the risk.
#believe in yourself.
✎ In 1963, Sam graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan. While in school, Zell managed a 15 unit apartment building in return for free room-and-board.
Joined by his fraternity brother Robert H. Lurie, he won a contract with a large apartment development owner in Ann Arbor.
He and Lurie were managing over 4,000 apartments and owned 100-200 units outright. After school, he sold his interest in the management company to Lurie and moved to Chicago.
After graduation, he worked as a lawyer for one week before deciding that the profession was not for him.
In 1968, Zell founded the predecessor of Equity Group Investments and was joined a year later by his former partner, Robert Lurie. Equity Group Investments was the genesis for three of the largest public real estate companies in history.
Zell has created a number of public and private companies in various other industries. In January 2008, Zell bought a controlling share in the Tribune Company, owner of the Chicago Tribune, among other newspapers.
Thank you for watching – I really appreciate it 🙂
COMMENTS • 76
Santiago Ossa1 month ago
Top 10 on Ram Dass
ShawnHortonLive1 month ago
Number 10. Don’t look back. His head is always facing forward. You can’t change the past, so don’t look back. Great stuff!!!
Hello1 month ago
Hi, I’m 14 and looking to become an entrepreneur and I’m just going into high school.What can do to gain experience and knowledge so I can know enough to start and what can I do to get a job/internship in a tech company? Yes, I know they are probably not going to take me now but maybe when I’m older like 16. My high school has various business classes and tech such as marketing
Management and leadership
Business internship, coding classes, intro engineering classes , and other science classes and does having these classes help?Also, I am trying to gain knowledge by reading about other successful people like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos and is this something I should spend my time doing?
Karry On1 month ago
Great gains in this vid … thank😊
Naor Abir1 month ago
“Opportunities don’t create themselves”
Shiela Docusin1 month ago
1. Take challenges
Love this video @evancarmichael
Grinders Nation1 month ago
“What happen in the past stay in the past” 👍
Manjunath Macha1 week ago
9 be an observer is my fvrt
Susan Miller2 weeks ago (edited)
THE SAD PART IS THAT TOO MANY KIDS AND ADULTS ENTREPRENEURISM TIME TO ACCEL IS BEING SUCKED UP BY THE SCHOOL SYSTEM !!!!!
Christian Martinez1 month ago
hello everyone , stay positive people
Roberto Carlos Latini1 month ago
Dear Evan, for me the best lessons of this video were: never look back and calibrate the feeling (this last one in the Bonus). Tks for sharing so much information.
AhmedCool1 month ago
How did you create the intro??
MARK THE SHARK1 month ago
HELLO.THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVOURITES.CHECK OUT MALCOLM GLADWELL TOO.HIS IS MY FAVOURITE BECAUSE EVERYTHING HE SAID I COULD RELATE TO IT.I WRITE AND SING MUSIC AND TWO SONG IDEAS HAVE COME OUT OF WATCHING THIS VIDEO.BRILLIANT
Savannah Cheyenne1 month ago
“simply everything” “distill your ideas” I absolutely love that.