I've read hundreds of articles, listened to countless interviews with entrepreneurs and read about them in many books, and there’s one thing they all have in common. One thing that an entrepreneur needs. And it’s not risk ignorance. It’s not intelligence. It’s not even unending positivity or charisma.
When I encounter something new, my primitive brain warns “That looks different, which means it must be dangerous. Better steer clear of that!”
With so much information available in so many forms and increasing in volume day by day, it can seem never ending, yet we have limited time available in which to consume the information we seek.
Achieving short and long term goals doesn't need to be as impossible as it sometimes seems.
Many of us make New Year’s resolutions. Why? Is it because we know we don’t really have to keep them that we allow ourselves to make them in the first place? Is there any difference between a New Year’s resolution and one I make today?
Let's face it; you suck at lots of stuff. Well, I do anyway. I presume lots of people are just like me in that respect. We want to be, at least good at things. It's often important to us that we don't suck. In our jobs. In our sporting endeavours. When we are looking to make a career change.
There have been many books, articles, presentations, talks, videos, blogs, quotes, coaching lessons and mentor tips on how to become an expert at things. Here's what I have learned over the years, in business and in life.