Entrepreneurs are like the million-dollar horse, but rather than treat themselves as such; they sometimes treat themselves so poorly. They fail to invest in themselves and in courses that could help them get to their goal much faster. They opt to go through trial and error as I did in the early parts of my business.
In this episode, I will take you through the top 11 things that will help you become that million-dollar horse by investing in the training for your growth. Do not make the mistake of thinking that the million dollars are far away. Even the prestigious racehorse had to go through training and grow day by day. Someone invested in it. Are you investing in the training for your growth as an entrepreneur?
In my case, during the early parts of my business, I thought I could learn through trial and error and figure things out along the way. It was only when I joined the first mastermind that I realized that I was crawling while I could be taking a jet to reach my goals faster by investing in myself through training and coaching.
Take your pen and notebook and listen to this amazing episode and learn how to invest in your growth. I will take you through the habits, the tips and the tricks of signing up for courses, completing them, and hitting your goals.
- Do some research to find out if your educator is legit (08:23)
- Use a trial to find out if you like the style of teaching in a particular course (09:30)
- Check for emails from the creator of the course for updates, and new information (09:56)
- Hop into their community and start posting (10:18)
- Commit to posting and being active in the social media community (10:56)
- Help out other people in the community by answering their questions (13:06)
- Find a friend in the group who can be your accountability partner (13:40)
- Block off your power hours to learn and consume the content (13:55)
- Reward yourself (15:48)
- Set your expectations (15:48)
- Implement, after all the learning you have to implement (19:29)
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