If you want to start, grow, or scale a business, this could be the most important article you read this year. These are tricky details that have the potential to trip you up and cause a lot of struggle when starting, building, and scaling a business.
Let me put it to you straight.
If you avoid the 8 points below, you will have even more control over your outcome, be better able to achieve your goals, and be admired by your friends, family, and peers as they watch you ascend into your own personal greatness.
If you ignore these details, you might find yourself under the thumb of your business, find it difficult (or impossible) to achieve your goals, and you might find resistance and discouragement from your friends and family as your peers laugh at you behind your back.
8 Things You Should NOT Do To Start, Grow, or Scale a Business.
1. Don’t be a person that has no ‘why.’
You need to have a great reason as to why you want to create your business. If you’re getting your business started in order to be financially free – that’s a good reason. It shouldn’t be your only reason, however.
2. Don’t go in without a plan.
Having a goal, wish, or a vision isn’t the same thing as having a plan. These things provide a mission to get excited about, but you need a roadmap detailing how you’re going to get there.
3. Don’t be without advisors.
Advisors are people to converse with who have expertise in an area relevant to you. You are not an island – the thought that you’ve got to do everything on your own will stop you from reaching out for support, and that’s something you cannot do.
4. Don’t avoid being a student.
Have a student mindset. Research all that you can. You don’t have to be an expert, but you should be excited over what you’re doing business about.
5. Don’t begin without an idea of how to scale your business.
From the very beginning, you should have an idea on how to see as much growth as possible without collapse.
6. Don’t be averse to being on a team.
You need to start with a team. Take on a project that there’s no way you can do it by yourself. If you’re not a team player, become one. In order to be an entrepreneur, this is something you need to do.
7. Don’t avoid making mistakes.
There are times that you will be embarrassed, make mistakes, and times when you’ll need to change quickly. You have to learn to develop a thick skin and roll with the punches. Keep moving, don’t stop and contemplate your mistake – just continue your upward track.
8. Never consider quitting as your first option.
If quitting is your first option, it becomes a habit. Once you start confronting hardships instead of running away from them, you’re going to get superb at that confrontation.
At the end of the day, if you can avoid these 8 ‘don’ts,’ you will become the person you want to become, whether your business succeeds or fails.
You will also gain more control over your outcomes, rather than being controlled by external forces.
Plus… you just might find yourself as an authority in your space. Imagine people looking up to you as a pillar of success and security. Let’s face it, it beats the alternative.
Before you go any farther, be honest with yourself as I ask you a couple of questions…
Does money elude you? Is Success a fleeting wish?
Are you still waiting for a “breakthrough” in your life?
Would you feel uncomfortable if you suddenly became rich and famous?
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