Comparison is incredibly useful in discerning different experiences and lessons other people have learned, but not when it’s used for negative purposes.
When you get involved in a business community, especially in the beginning, you may wonder why you’re not as successful? Avoid that sort of thinking.
Every single person is at a different point in the journey of their life.
We need to be comparing ourselves to ourselves yesterday, to ourselves last week, to ourselves last month.
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“A lot of times seeing something new and exciting is easy to go toward because it’s new and exciting. When you get into the grind, and you’re actually in the inner workings of this business that you once said yes to, well, that starts to become a drag”
Just-in-time learning means allowing yourself to only learn about the things and get excited about the things that are related to the next thing that’s on your list.
To avoid missing out on lucrative opportunities, bookmark those ideas for later and after your current goal, you can delve into them.
In most cases, you’re not going to go back to them. By the time you’re ready to move on to something else; guess what? There’s even better and newer material that comes out.
Oftentimes, we give up right at the inflection point.
How are you improving and getting better each day?
You don’t have to go from amateur to master immediately; a 1% improvement every day will lead to exponential results.
The time you save by outsourcing tasks to people who are more efficient at it will make you more money than the money you save by doing it yourself
You have to understand that your time is precious and that there are likely other and more important things to do.
This applies to non-business related activities too. You may not even realize the time you’re spending on social media every day, every week until you have the numbers staring at you.
For example, If you hire someone to take care of the administrative tasks you can free up time to focus on expanding and being even more successful.
If scalling your product is ultimately dependent on having a large group of users, then you have a chicken or egg dilemma. You fell like the magic feature just can’t come to fruition until you have a large userbase.
This is a cold start problem, on network effect consumer products (eg. LinkedIn)
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