As beginner entrepreneurs we tend to think doing the easy things is better but that’s not true. In this post we’ll unravel why you get payed in proportion to the difficulty of the problem you solve and how you can do it too.
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Are you making progress or are you just staying in the same place? We live in a time where most people are happy with staying in the same tax bracket their whole adult life. And most entrepreneurs quit trying to be one after their first couple of business failures.
But the part about that is, trial and error is how all entrepreneurs get successful. If you ask any successful entrepreneur if any of their businesses failed before, I’m sure they would have a list of stories.
How with no struggle there is no progress as an entrepreneur
That’s because all entrepreneurs fail their way to success. Or another words, we test to see what works and what doesn’t, in real Time, until we figure it out. Remember this, where there is no struggle there is no progress.
So depending on our strengths and our skills we will all struggle somewhere. The real question is, how will you react when you bump into a challenge and things go all wrong?
Are you going to put on your thinking hat and be resourceful, or are you going to say it’s too hard and throw in the towel?
If you’re anything like me, solving the problem will actually excite you. I find this to really be the case when building technology.
The way I see it is, the more challenges you bump into when building a website, an app or any other type of tech and the more skills you need to pull it off.
The less competition you will have. And the less competition you have, the bigger your business can be when you get it right. So in a way growing to become someone that works well under pressure is one of the greatest skills you can have as an entrepreneur. Point, blank,. period.
I hope this quick post helps you to face your business challenges with pride from now on because if you don’t someone else will. Wishing you all the best. Your friend, The Frivilo Entrepreneur