I am sure that today there aren’t people without business potential in them. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have your business or startup. You already have your business potential energy.
Business Potential Energy
Often, I have seen many entrepreneurs who jump from one to other learning topic, trying to learn as much as possible. But, even I do not have anything against learning; I can’t pretend that I am not seeing the negative consequences from such a large focus on learning. Learning is important and that the fact, but learning as only learning doesn’t mean anything for entrepreneurs.
Do you find yourself with an endless list of what you want or need to learn?
Do you find yourself to pay for different courses or books, or seraching the internet whole day to find and learn something new, but at the end again you think that there is something more that you need to learn?
These questions are reality for many today’s entrepreneurs especially now when we live in the world where everything can be easily found in the form for learning. You have Internet, Amazon, YouTube… The list is really big.
The constant question is where to start and what to use?
Here, I want to share seven tips that can help you in implementing systematic approach when it comes to learning.
Learning is a never-ending process. That’s one of the basic entrepreneurial business potential energy. That’s something that makes you and your business different.
You can start learning immediately after you start reading a book, but if you don’t take notes and start with implementation of what you already learned very often you can forget it.
That’s the case with everything. You can read a blog post from which you learn something, but if you don’t take immediately actions, you can simply forget the post or find it in the collection of hundreds or thousands blog post for future review. And time goes on. You don’t make anything from learned, or simply the learning is not there in your brain.
Are you thinking that if you set high goals and commit them, they will surely achieve?
I do not believe in that. Commitment to achieving goals is an important factor in the success of an entrepreneur. However, I do not think that the goal will be achieved if I set a goal to sell one billion dollars as a small startup business in one year, and I commit to that goal to achieve.
For example, the goal to earn 100,000 $ is more achievable than one billion in the same year.