Join the free course on the third day . Each step is small, but they strengthen your feeling that you too can and know how. 5. The decision to move forward is not enough, the decision must also be put into practice Pekka told a story in the E-book Mastermind. Three frogs sat on the edge of the pond and two decided to jump into the water. How many frogs were there at the edge of the pond? If you answered one, you are wrong. Namely, three frogs were still sitting on the edge of the pond. is never enough. It’s an excellent start, but after the decision something concrete has to be done.
Just deciding to do something
Mel Robbins talks about the 5 second rule. When you make new data a decision, act within 5 seconds before your head starts giving you reasons why you should NOT do it. 6. Don’t get stuck on small details and move forward Details are important. But in the beginning, bigger lines are more important. You always have the opportunity to improve and polish the product, service, sales page, but if you get stuck in the beginning just polishing the details, you’ll never get anything done. For example, here. When I founded my company on November 1, 2015, I launched my e-book. The launch lasted 2 weeks. During those 2 weeks, I edited the sales page every single day.
I myself have personal experience
Many hours a day. I focused too much on the BJ Leads details. It would have been more important to see how the ads worked, to analyze the results and only then to improve. Neil Patel, an entrepreneur you may know as the founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar, and KISSmetrics, said to release your product as a work in progress, ask for feedback, improve it, and relaunch. If you think and refine a blog, a digital product or even a company too much, you will never get ahead. 7. You are not a seller, you are a helper Many entrepreneurs say that selling and presenting one’s expertise is difficult. Sales are even avoided. Pekka taught that as an entrepreneur you are not a seller but a helper.