Tag: Productivity

My Top 10 Strong Work Ethic Rules for a Solo Entrepreneur

Having an outstanding work ethic while being a solo entrepreneur is crucial. Unlike in a company, where the work ethic will be forced upon you, as a solo entrepreneur, you must create one for yourself. Having no strong work ethic means troubles with having success. Having no strong work ethic also means that other solo entrepreneurs – your competitors, those that do have an ethic, will always be one step ahead of you.

Keep in mind that your position is unique. You are not a large corporation where decisions are made slow, but the money still flows. In order to make a living, you will have to hustle and act fast. It’s scary in a way, but it’s also exciting – as an entrepreneur, you get to keep all the “shekels” you make. No sharing with anyone else (excluding the tax office)!

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Top 10 Skills You Need to Learn That Will Help You Become a Successful Entrepreneur

Deciding to start your own business can be one of the most remarkable decisions that you will ever make. If you take it seriously and will be consistent with it, sooner or later, you will succeed. This means being able to work from home, spending more time with the people you love and having the sense of fulfillment that not many get from a regular nine to five job.

However, if you ever do decide to take the entrepreneurial road, you will require a set of skills you need to learn in order to become successful. The majority of these skills, unfortunately, are not taught in school, college or university. Trust me on this one, it’s coming from someone with a Bachelor of business administration degree. I know, it’s sad, but it’s true.

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Shiny Object Syndrome – Why and How to Avoid It at All Costs

As an entrepreneur, have you ever started something new with motivation and excitement, but soon enough found yourself distracted by other, more “interesting” things? You found a new online business strategy, for example, but decided that it doesn’t work just a week after experimenting with it? Sound familiar? This type of behavior is often classified as the dabbler mentality and is brought on by the “shiny object syndrome”, which will be the topic of this post.

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10 Ways to Get Things Done Faster and With Better Results

The last couple of years have been very special for me – I’ve been trying to make some serious and positive changes in life. I’m challenging myself in order to get out of my comfort zone as much as possible and to achieve the results that I am after. And while I believe that I am reaching the set milestones, I think there is always room for improvement, namely in the speed of work. In other words, I am trying to learn how to get things done faster without compromising the quality of the work. Or even better, I want to learn how to get things done faster while getting better results. Sounds realistic?

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How to Start a Blog and Why It’s One of the Best Things That I Have Ever Done

When someone asks me what are some of the best things that I have done in my life, I name only two things – becoming a vegetarian and starting my own blog. There are probably many others as well that I could come up with, but these are the two things that always instantly pop up into my mind. And because I have already written once about my experience of becoming a vegetarian here, in this post I would like to talk about how to start a blog that you would be passionate about, and why it’s one of the best things that I have ever done in my life.

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