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10 Laws of Power for Entrepreneurs continued…

Law VI: Seek Wise Council in Order to Learn How to Prosper
Entrepreneurs have to understand that you can’t do this all on your own. Help is needed for you to start your business and help will be needed for you to keep elevating to higher levels. Talk with people who are in the position you wish to place yourself within. Experienced people have the knowledge which you seek and can provide you with the guidance that helps you avoid mistakes that they have made themselves along their entrepreneurial journey. This means you have to put away your arrogance and humble yourself so that you can listen and learn. Find a mentor(s) that are all about ensuring your success. Don’t be afraid to reach out to people because you fear it shows weakness. It actually shows strengths that you are willing to seek advice in order to increase your capabilities that leads to you prospering. Read More 10 Laws of Power for Entrepreneurs Part II

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48 Laws of Power, the book that ambitious individuals are not so likely to admit they like or follow for guidance. Why? Because it deals with human psychology that polite society feels is too “sociopathic” to explore and use. I and others believe it is just about being a realist and exploiting opportunities that present themselves for you to exploit and prosper from. I don’t mean taking advantage of people but instead feeding off what they display to you as far as behavior, personality and motivations. Hopefully you didn’t perceive that statement in the wrong context…but moving forward, what lessons can entrepreneurs take away from 48 Laws of Power? Read More 10 Laws of Power for Entrepreneurs Part I

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