Not every entrepreneur is the same; some are more remarkable than others- and here are some fundamental principles to help become a remarkable entrepreneur.
In this free course I talk about:
1. You need to know what you are getting yourself into. Entrepreneurship is hard and long, but well worth it.
2. Why self reflection is important- what do I not know, what am I missing, what am I overlooking?
3. Introspection - examining own mental processes. Your mental responses to life determines how you think, behave and act.
4. Argue against yourself better than your opposition can - thus finding the truth. By arguing against yourself, you are creating an advantage that your opposition/competition cannot defeat.
5. Be happy and competent in what you are doing. No matter what you are doing in life, you have to be happy and competent at it.
6. Increasing your knowledge.Because you don't know what you don't know, and a single comment or message could change your life.
7. Reflection in action; because you need to be able to change your strategy and goals on the fly. You need to be flexible!
8. Adding value to the world- which is a rather vague description and unactionable strategy.
9. Do not let fear interfere with your plans. Because we only have 2 natural fears, and everything else is man made.
10. Expand your comfort zone. Because with more tenacity, you are a powerless entrepreneur.
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Course icon created by Gregor Cresnar from Noun Project.
Author, entrepreneur, investor and hemp advocate.
I have been in business as an entrepreneur since 2014 where I started my first business selling video game keys for Steam as a 3rd party retailer.
Everyone always told me that I learn very fast, that I am well articulate and that I would make a very good lawyer. So, I decided I would take what I can learn and do justice with it and share it with the world.
Started Britain's weirdest business in 2015: potato in the post.
Wrote my first book in 2016 about psychology and the cognitive biases.
Jumped onto Udemy in August 2017 after recording my 20th episode of my podcast: Become Remarkable.