Are you investing in the most important thing Entrepreneurs need to invest in? They don’t teach this in school.

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This is an article by Jessica Klepac. Jessica is a blogger, inspiration, and coach to other entrepreneurs. For more info about Jessica’s blog (Envision Your Future Online) please feel free to click on the link following this post.

Are you investing in the most important thing Entrepreneurs need to invest in? They don’t teach this in school.

This investment will help you…
* Identify your purpose in Life
* Shorten the learning curve on any particular skill set
* Help you reach your full potential

It is the most important investment, and will probably cost you the least amount of money than any other business investment.

This investment will help you put things into perspective by introducing new concepts and ideas that your state of mind currently has not experienced. You will gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your identity, and your purpose.

What is this investment???

Personal Development

Personal development will help you achieve a skill set quicker, by shortening the learning curve. Listen to those that have already achieved the level of success you are looking to achieve and learn from them and their mistakes. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel. Your time is valuable and we all only have 24 hours in a day. Make the most of your time, when you have goals your time is a success factor you need to consider.

Personal development can help you reach your full potential, and teach you how to identify what matters most. It is designed to help you become your best possible self in all areas of life.

There is no greater investment than yourself. You are your greatest asset. Discover what you really want out of life. Personal development will help you get to know yourself and help you live your life on your terms.

Now…

Is there any additional tips you have? Have you learned from any mistakes that you would share with us? I would love to hear them so that I can share it with my readers. Also if you have a friend who will find these tools useful share this blog post with them.

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To check out last weeks post on ‘The Importance of the Small Steps’ click on the link below
The Importance of the Small Steps

The Importance of the Small Steps

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I have spent this week going back to the basics, and I have noticed some changes in the way I am approaching my business. I focused this week on self-improvement, changing my attitude to that of a person that does not doubt herself, and simplifying my invites.

As a person who has been a hermit for majority of my adult life, it was a big transition for me to go from the solitary lifestyle of a writer to the very sociable laptop lifestyle. As fantastic as it was that I saw value in this movement, it is important that I find a way to make this work so it suits me. I don’t have a big network because of my chosen lifestyle, therefore I knew cold – calling would be great for me once I could get the courage to walk up to a stranger with confidence, and offer them an opportunity.

After weeks of beating around the bush, and avoiding it I finally took that step this week, and started cold – calling complete strangers. The first one I did I completely messed up because I got over excited and choked up, but I knew once I did it, and I had broken the ice it was no problem. I needed to push through the nerves and keep practicing my invites on real people. It was also such an adrenaline rush because even though it seemed like a small step, I knew that breaking the barrier of cold – calling was a massive step forward for my business.

That very first invite with the lady that serves me coffee felt like something shifted. It’s hard to explain but there was a realization – this will happen because I’m willing to step out of my comfort zone, and I can do this just by going back to the basics whenever I feel stuck.

The biggest thing was my attitude change, I knew the woman that serves me my morning coffee was not going to make or break my business, all I can do is offer this opportunity to the best of my ability, and hopefully others see the value, and want to escape the rat race.

This week I want to work really hard on perfecting my invites, cold – calling as many people as possible, and self-improvement.

To check out last weeks post on ‘Back To The Basics’ click on the link below
Back To The Basics

Back To The Basics

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I have always been career, and money driven from a young age. Unfortunately I chose to persue a dying industry – Journalism. I learnt alot, and loved every moment I have spent writing, however times are changing, and I have realised I need to change with it if i want to become successful.

An old school friend, Jack Burke reached out to me recently, and offered me and opportunity that I immediately saw lot of value in. I started training with Jack, and some of the other leaders in Newcastle area, and I was amazed with how positive, healthy and happy everybody was. The other thing that amazed me was the fact that none of these driven, successful people had any former training within this industry, everyone was around a similar age, there was one thing we all had in common – we saw the value.

I had the complete wrong attitude at first, I was so pumped up that I figured if I did my training, and went to meetings that things would fall into my lap. Luck has nothing to do with building a multi-million dollar empire.

I have recently met some of the legends within this company, such as; Dave Nelson, Kyle Stagoll, Marko Pavasovic, and Quoc Nguyen, and these people inspire me in a way that I can actually relate to. Some of the most important words I’ll ever hear “Failure yourself forward,” Dave Nelson.

So this week I have decided to go back to the basics, start my training all over again, and unlearn my bad habits. There is no shame in failing as long as you can learn from it, and be able to move forward from it.

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