“We don’t want your distance from the goal crush you” Jordan Peterson Obviously people have difficulty to set goals and execute them. We know you can’t arrive a place if you don’t start moving towards a direction. Well executed goal setting is fulfilling and will increase your confidence, make you achieve future goals easier. The more you achieve, the more you will be likely to achieve. But why it doesn’t work for most people?
I will recommend you to apply this through Linkedin (mindset and tools fit better) but you can go for other platforms as well. Here is the 4 step strategy for business development on linkedin: Step 1: Expand Potential Client Pool If you have a service or a product you should know who your potential client is. Linkedin search is super capable to find you 100s of similar profiles with similar job titles and location filters.
If you can dream it, you can do it.” Walt Disney Now your product is ready and you tested and improved it to a good enough level. The next challenge is to find first users and customers. People tend to slow down at this stage because of 2 main reasons, they freak out with the idea of sharing their product, fear rejection. they have no clue how to do it or lack options Both
“The secret of change is to focus all your energy not on fighting the old but on building the new.” Socrates Well, maybe you haven’t built anything in your life yet. Let me tell you, it is so much fun if you can get into the flow and support it with commitment. There is nothing to be afraid of, just get in there, be nasty, pay attention to detail, iterate and you will have
“Those who give up liberty for security deserve neither.” Benjamin Franklin Living with your resources simply means controlling the decision making process for your earnings and becoming economically self reliant. Moreover being able to make experiments and look for deeper work-purpose, you will see the benefits of letting go of the job pressure and start owning your outcomes. This article is on why you should be economically self reliant, benefits of controlling your work
The most successful innovators, leaders and thinkers of all times read & learn everyday. The people that grow and change are addicted to reading in one way or the other. They let books mentor them as an infinite knowledge source. They tend to choose educational books and publications over novels, tabloids, and magazines. And they obsess over biographies and autobiographies of other successful people for guidance and inspiration. Why do they do that? Problem solving