Lies That Hurt You In Business

When I started working in real estate and business, I had to forget many lessons. If your job is to learn a task and follow the process of others, then the school is well prepared. The school teaches you how to be a good employee, not a good entrepreneur. Sticking to these ideas will prevent you from realizing your full potential as a business leader.


Don’t get me wrong, in the traditional education system, you can certainly learn something that can help you become a business owner, but if you bring them into the entrepreneurial world, it will definitely limit your thinking. . While keeping everything useful, it is important to eliminate these restrictive beliefs.

Lies concept. Illustration depicting cutout printed letters arranged to  form the word lies. | CanStock


If you intend to be successful in business, the following are the courses taught by three schools and you should not take them with you.

Don’t plagiarize


At school, they teach you that plagiarism is cheating. But in the business world, you don’t need to reinvent the wheel. As Tony Robbins, the world’s most famous personal development coach said: “If you want to be successful, find someone who has achieved the results you want, copy what they did and you will get the same results.


Of course, this does not mean taking other people’s copyrighted works. It means copying other people’s successful business models, and once you get the hang of them, you can do it yourself. This means that most things have been done a million times before and you can learn from the mistakes of others. This means that while success requires many failures, those failures are not necessarily all yours.
Find people you’ve met before and learn from them. This can be indirect (through reading their books or understanding their business) or direct (through coaching or training).

Learn everything before you implement


In school, you should understand everything about a subject before you enter the real world and start making money from it. In business, the situation is the opposite: before worrying about XYZ, you must learn ABC and then implement it. Only after you implement something, you will really learn it.
Many people procrastinate and excuse themselves, claiming that they must learn everything about a topic before taking any action. Business is complex and you will never learn all of this. Before you start, you will not be able to understand it properly. Know exactly what you need to get started, and then get started. Keep learning, reading, participating in training and planning throughout your career, and improve as you go.

Make no mistakes


In school, you will be punished for making mistakes. In business, you sometimes learn more from mistakes than from success. As the entrepreneur and author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad” Robert Kiyosaki put it, “Successful people don’t fear failure, but they understand that they must learn and grow from it.”
Whenever I have a business problem, it is always a problem. Once I learned my lesson, I was more successful than before. Even today, I have never stopped learning and growing.
Don’t let fear stop you. Take action and fix what doesn’t work in the process. Every challenge is an opportunity to learn and grow. See the opportunity, take action, get rich.

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