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To Succeed, Be Ready to Fail

Success does not come easily, of course. If you’ve read any of my other posts, you know how this works. To summarize, success is the fruit of constant, unending, huge effort. It requires persistence, confidence, and most importantly; calculated risk-taking. The most underrated characteristic necessary to become a successful entrepreneur is undoubtedly, the aforementioned capacity to take risks. An obvious reason people fail to start a businesses is the fear of failure, people are afraid that the risk is too great.

I propose a new perspective, or mindset, to perceive this risk-taking from. I urge you to ask yourself: What’s the greater risk? Spending most of your life working a job you may not truly enjoy whilst making others richer than yourself, or taking a risk doing something you love, maybe you’ll fail, or maybe you’ll succeed. The beauty of business is that you’ve only got to hit it big once, feel free to fail a dozen times, I assure you, when you succeed, you’ll know it was all worth it.

Anything is achievable, it only takes time, effort, and perseverance. And anybody with the right mindset can become an entrepreneur. If you choose this arduous path ahead of you, be ready to fail, learn, and try again. As many times as it takes.

If you’re interested in starting your journey to financial independence and success, I highly recommend picking up Rich Dad Poor Dad, here’s an affiliate link to purchase it on Amazon, you would be supporting me too!
Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

If you’d want to learn more about achieving goals and fighting a lack of motivation, I highly recommend Grant Cardone’s The 10X rule, please feel free to purchase it using this Amazon affiliate link in order to support me as well!
The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure

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