Up to now, we have covered a lot of background information. This class starts the meat-and-potatoes section of the course. We begin by going over the following objectives:
1. What is an entrepreneur?
2. How to get better result from yourself.
3. How to evaluate the necessary characteristics for success.
What is an entrepreneur?
An entrepreneur is someone who assumes greater financial risk to start and operate a business with the intention to create profit. It's what you do and why you do it. As I've stated before, if 95% of Americans retire broke than the financial risk is in being an employee.
Consider this, if the information we put in our minds gives us our beliefs which determines our actions that gives us our results, we had better be putting in the right information. Although we're not attached to our current results, we're often attached to our existing beliefs. So, if you feel that your current results are not what you want, maybe you could try letting those beliefs change as a result of increased wisdom.
Getting better results.
What you choose to put in your brain is your responsibility. So learn to chose wisely.
Stephen Covey said, "There are three constants in life... change, choice, and principles."
An entrepreneur is constantly assessing, reevaluating, and reinventing themselves as things change. You may as well take the Manumit United course because the world is forcing us all to do these things so what not be in position to prosper from it.
You must have or develop solid principles in order to make correct daily decisions.
The characteristics of success.
You must establish and commit to principles. Here we went over a list of principles and how important they are.
Be emotionally consistent and reliable. This promotes good energy projection.
Be solution oriented. Don't share your problems for sympathy or for someone to accept your excuse for you, because the chances are you created them. Look for the solution that enables you to solve your own problem without looking for someone else to bail you out. Turn to mentors for their wisdom and not for their resources.
Learn how to use the proper self-talk:
What do you say when you talk to yourself? Consider how you feel about yourself at the end of the day?
"The will to win is nothing without the will to prepare."- Zig Ziglar
A business with no profit is a hobby or your still in the educational phase of business building.
All improvement is due to increased wisdom.
Procastination is the assassination of motivation.
You won't become what you hate.
Epiphany for this class- It is vitally important to put the correct information in the brain, be emotionally stable and never stop seeking wisdom because how you feel/care not only affects you but can have a generational effect.
Let success become part of your family legacy!