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“Good judgment comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgment.” - Jim Horning

What You can Learn from that Quote

Don’t be afraid of making mistakes and do not use it as an excuse not to get started. All of us will make mistakes along the way to success and the pain we feel from those mistakes and the consequences we have to endure will teach us valuable lessons that we can turn into positive energy and learn from for future actions and decisions.

A lot of times people will tell us about the mistakes they did in order to try to keep us from making the same mistakes,  but the truth is that many will not learn from other people’s mistakes, because you do not have to deal with the consequences and thus will make the same mistakes you were advised not to do. And only then will we gain the necessary experience to avoid this mistake again.

“The important thing is not being afraid to take a chance. Remember, the greatest failure is to not try. Once you find something you love to do, be the best at doing it.” -Debbi Fields

What You can Learn from that Quote

Join our Platinum Entrepreneur Membership today and learn through challenges and tests as well as lots of valuable material how to grow your business, generate more revenue, capture more leads, and maximize your return on investment

If this membership was free, you would spend the next two weeks building your business the right way and putting a significant amount of effort into it and then you may get discouraged at some point when an obstacle arises and you will simply quit and try to build your business the old way – the way you have been for the past years that hasn’t made you any profit yet. In contrast, if you invest into a system that will coach and mentor you, it will not only be much easier to   , since you are being provided with an outline and a thorough description of what needs to be covered in each section of your business plan, but you will are also much less likely to give up, but instead continue working and trying even if you face a challenge.

If you treat your business like a hobby, it’s going to pay you like a hobby

Little to none, depending on what it is that you do. So start treating it seriously.

“Don't wish it were easier. Wish you were better.” - Jim Rohn

What You can Learn from that Quote

Sometimes we are our own worst enemy and there is no denying that. We complain about everything else and blame all eternal factors when something doesn't work out and meet our expectations rather than looking at ourselves and what we could change.

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