Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Being an entrepreneur does not only have to have financial capital, but also intentions and goals. Without these three things, it is possible that the business that you aspire to is just wishful thinking.
In his tweet on social media X (formerly Twitter), author of the book “I Will Teach You to Be Rich,” Ramit Sethi apparently has another opinion which is quite surprising. Sethi says that there are five sentences that can instantly frustrate your attempts to have a business, if they are unknowingly embedded in your brain.
Intrigued by the words meant by Ramit Sethi? This is the row of words mentioned by Ramit Sethi.
– I have no idea
– I don’t know where to start
– I don’t like wasting time on something that doesn’t work (as intended)!
– I don’t like selling
– It’s not a good time
Sethi immediately replied to the tweet with a link to his personal website, but Sethi reminded again that these five thoughts must be properly identified.
Maybe, you have to admit which one or several of the five sentences are quite close to you. Once you can identify it, then you can try to make the sentence not affect you.
As a result you can establish and run your business well.
Starting a business can certainly be done by knowing the goals and big picture first.
Start with questions about what is your background for opening a business? What business do you want to start and why? And how do you view your business in the future?
When this has been answered, of course you can learn and start doing business in a field that you know first with small capital.
Know that the learning demands for a businessman are quite large because the business world will experience rapid development.
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