Secrets To Really Overcome Laziness

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You have a target but often struggle to achieve it due to constant laziness. Don’t worry, in this video I’m gonna share with you some of the ways to overcome that laziness.

Join Charity Groups For Poor People

Joining groups who help the unfortunate ones will always help you to open up your eyes. You’ll start seeing the bigger picture of how your life would be like if you were not successful.

Your mentality starts to change in order to succeed in life & starts to remove negative behaviors such as laziness from your life

Now, I’m in no way saying to look down on those unfortunate people. The idea here is to see for yourself the life you’ll have by taking the lazy path.

While unfortunate people do not have a choice, you do. My suggestion simply opens up your mind to it.

Network With Successful People

I’ll be honest with you, I was a smart student who became cocky that keeps getting good grades despite not studying so hard

I became too cocky till I start making friends with wrong people & my life started to spiral down out of control for some time to come

Luckily, I realize how toxic these people are and eventually left them.

It was only after I met a group of smart people that I started to turn my life back around

You see, smart people are as infectious as wrong people

The more you interact with them, the better you become

You’ll start taking interests you never thought was possible to undertake

You’ll eventually start reading, talking and working like they do too.

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Join Motivational Talks Or Events

One of the factors of laziness can be attributed by the lack of motivation

So, why not join events or talks given by motivational speakers who often capable of inspiring you to see the bigger picture

Inspirational speeches are powerful which can help to lift yourself from laziness to achieve success

If you’re too busy to attend these events, watch motivational speeches online or on Youtube. You’ll find plenty of credible people giving out inspiring talks to help you

Rotate Your Work/Study Environment

Do you often get bored or unmotivated to work in your boring, dark and uninspiring workspace? Well, we all do

Instead of just working at the same place over again, why not drive to the nearest cafe for a change. Nothing can go wrong when you have a cup of coffee next to you

If you don’t like coffee or tea (whats wrong with you), why not head to the public library too

The idea here is to constantly change the environment you’re working in so that you don’t feel unmotivated to work.

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Celebrate & Reflect

Celebrating your success is just as important as working hard

Celebration is a powerful motivator to prolong your productivity – so you’ll continue to keep building the momentum of working hard

You’ll also be rejuvenated after your brains are decompressed from days of hard work

Where do the best business ideas come from?

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Redbull

Dietrich Mateschitz was traveling through Thailand in 1984, drinking a bottle of Krating Daeng, an energy drink popular in the country.

The drink was especially known among drivers and others who endure long working hours.

He decided to set up a company in Austria to sell energy drinks after having his jetlag cured by the canned drink – now known as Red Bull.

Tatcha

Traveling in Japan, Vicky Tsai discovered something that helped her dermatitis. It was petal-thin blotting papers.

After discovering what it was, she sold off her engagement ring – and even her car to finance the purchase of 10,000 sheets – and sold them online!

Tsai soon continued to learn more about the traditional Japanese beauty techniques based off the infamous geishas.

This has inspired her to start her own cosmetic company, Tatcha.

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Starbucks

Howard Schultz joined Starbucks in the 1980s as the marketing director.

While traveling Italy, he became fascinated with the coffee culture there, which stressed on the relationship between the barista and the customers.

The baristas in Italy prepare and present the coffees they make with reverence.

Discovering this, Schultz became fascinated with the ritual and sense of community that he felt in Italy’s coffee houses.

He returned to the States and managed to convince Starbucks’ founders to test similar concept. It changed Starbucks forever.

They never looked back since.

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Lyft

Logan Green discovered how locals in Zimbabwe use crowd-sourced carpool networks while traveling around Africa.

These vehicles could be anything ranging from pickup trucks, minibuses to whatever was available that can be used as a form of transport. They are called kombis.

Green learned more about the concept, and brought the idea back home which was called Zimride – offering long-distance carpooling between campuses.

Years later, the company has evolved into a ride-sharing company known as Lyft.

Noosa Yoghurt

Koel Thomae was back home Australia to have her boyfriend spend time with her family.

During a trip to the Noosa Heads Beach, Thomae and her boyfriend bought passionfruit yoghurt at a shop. They liked it.

Koel was amazed by the taste, she decided to bring the recipe back to United States to launch her own yoghurt company, Noosa Yoghurt.

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Why The Future of making money For Content Creators is great

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I’m not talking about Patreon, Onlyfans, SuscribeStar and so on.

I’m talking about the future of online ads for video content creators.

Imagine if Youtube have competitors, there will be higher profit from advertisements for creators than today.

For now, you can see other companies such as Vimeo replicating the idea but with little success – for now.

How about BitChute?

There are numerous creators who have already added their content on the platform and even received partnership offers.

Even an article by Bloomberg have found that large numbers of creators are also moving  and/or diversifying towards Ethereum-based platform such as Viewly due to its interesting potential and consistent policies unlike Youtube.

The reason a number of sites are popping up lately (time I write this) is due to constant changes of Youtube policies lately.

That and the fact Youtube seems to be inconsistent when it comes to enforcing their rules and regulations are starting to drive a number of creators looking for another platform to share their content.

And when barriers of entry loosen up, competition will start pouring in soon.

I’m not saying Youtube will lose.

What I’m saying is – this could potentially lead to more platforms competing.

Most of the benefits from that competition will go to content creators such as Youtubers; and it’s competitors will start offering better support and higher ad revenue in order to remain relevant.

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This is why I believe the future of content creators, particularly video creators, is going to be more optimistic as more opportunities and potentially better ad revenue will be available soon.

Consequently, this is an opportunity for entrepreneurs (especially solo-preneurs) to create another stream of income by adding valuable video content on these platforms.

So, time to pick up another skill, future millionaires!

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7 Signs You’re Going To Be Successful

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You’ve put in the effort. And you have yet to see the result. You become fearful and your mind starts to wonder “Am I gonna make it?”. Don’t worry, in today’s video, I’m gonna share with you the 7 major signs you’re going to be successful.

1.) You hate average.

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”

You don’t want to be average, and you believe that you are made for greatness; to achieve great things. You believe anything less is not an option for you.

This is where the importance of ‘mind over matter’ is emphasized. You want to do great things. You want to serve in a great way. You want to take care of those who are important to you.

This mentality will play essential role to make you a success. It will drive your will to become a master of what you want to achieve in.

Below are some of the qualities you need to focus on in order to beat ‘average’:

  1. Willing to sacrifice short term to achieve long term success
  2. Master self discipline
  3. Self control
  4. Critical thinking
  5. Product development
  6. Public speaking
  7. Networking
  8. Specific skills related to your industry

2.) You practice discipline and self-control.

“Discipline is the bridge between goals and successes.”

I know I’ve listed these earlier but I’d like to talk a little in depth about it.

It’s obvious one of the basics of being an entrepreneur is to master self discipline and self control. Everybody wants to buy things right now, but nobody is willing to take a look at the bigger picture and take actions.

Being your own boss, there is no one to tell you to work. No one is there to appraise your performance. You only answer to yourself. This sounds great, but could potentially become a trap if you do not have the discipline and control over yourself.

Without these qualities, you tend to procrastinate, you become lazy, you take things for granted; and above all, you neglect mountains of responsibilities. Let’s not ignore that while being a boss is great, with it, comes a lot of responsibilities.

Practice self-control and discipline on a regular basis. Become better at it. Remember, sacrifice today so you can live a better life tomorrow!

3.) Failure doesn’t scare you.

“Failure is not the opposite of success. It’s part of success.”

Jack Ma comes into mind whenever I write or talk about failures. The Alibaba founder once said he sent multiple applications to Harvard only to be rejected. He did it purposely because he wanted to learn to overcome fear of failure.

This is one of the best way to practice facing your failure – in my opinion. What better way to learn handling failure other than facing rejection by one of the best institution in the world.

The people who are not scared of failure are the ones who become massively successful. On the other hand, people who take the ‘safe’ route becomes another average individual.

Also, failure is not permanent. It should not scare you out of action. Mark Cuban once said “All it takes is to become right once and you’ve made it.”

4.) You wake up early.

“If you don’t develop the habit of waking up early than others, you won’t be able to change the world.”

Our brain functions the best after waking up. Surveys have indicated our brains work at optimal capacity as soon you open those eyes in the morning.

Since our brains work best during this time, it’s best to get most things done within the hours. Starting your day early increases your productivity level – and every entrepreneur knows the importance of it.

Some even vouch that it’s easier to work during these hours too since it tends to be very quiet enabling them to work without much distractions.

Even if you’re not getting up at 5AM now, at least you have the awareness that getting up early is a powerful tool for your success.

5.) You surround yourself with great people.

“If you hang around nine people who are down, you will be the 10th one, if you hang around nine people who are broke, you will be the 10th one.”

We can’t control our family, where we grow up, or what we’re born into. But we can control who we spend our time with.

Successful people understand the influence of their peers. Who they spend most of their time with can some what determines who they’ll become in the future.

This is because, successful people has an aura that can be intriguing. If you spend more time with them, you tend to behave and become just like them.

You’ll start to have better attitude. You’ll improve your work ethics. You’ll start communicating better. You start reading similar books. You get the idea.

People who are a massive success know that you can only surround yourself with folks who want to be extraordinary. Eventually, you’ll try to ‘out-compete’ among yourselves and we all know how competition is good.

6.) You don’t complain.

“I think some people enjoy complaining as much as they enjoy doing nothing about it.”

Yes, entrepreneurs can be very critical – but some tend to deviate and starts to complain too much. Of course, being honest and truthful have its merits – but you need to be careful as there are setbacks too.

I used to be one, always complaining about life. Both of my parents diagnosed with chronic diseases at the same time – so I had to slow down my pursuit of success. You get the idea.

Long story-short, with time, I adapted. I still complain, but it always ends with searching for opportunities behind that complain.

Instead of just looking at the problem, I look at both the problem and the solution. This attitude completely changed the outlook of my life forever.

So, stop complaining too much. It’s a waste of time. Start looking for opportunities behind it. Execute!

7.) You are patient.

“Be in a rush to be patient. The only thing you should be rushing towards is greater patience.”

Patience is another key to becoming a massive success. Many people give up on their dreams simply because they are not willing to wait for it to happen.

Every successful entrepreneur knows that good things take time. It’s like a marathon, not a sprint. Success is not a get-rich quick scheme. It requires hardwork and countless amount of sacrifices for future gains. So, keep hustling and be patient.

This Is the Biggest Mistake Entrepreneurs Make, According to Mark Cuban

According to a billionaire, the ‘number one sin’ an entrepreneur can make when starting their own business begins with money.

Dallas Mavericks owner and an essential investor on hit show Shark Tank, Mark Cuban, provided some good career advice on a podcast interview with Ryan Seacrest.

He told Ryan Seacrest that the biggest mistake an entrepreneur can make is thinking they need to raise money.

“I think the biggest mistake people make is once they have an idea and the goal of starting a business, they think they have to raise money.” – Mark Cuban pointed out.

“Once you raise money, that’s not an accomplishment, that’s an obligation. Now, you’re reporting to whoever you raised money from.” – He continued.

Mr Cuban indicated that by getting outside help, it adds further pressure to business owners since they have added another voice in the room – which complicates the dynamics of decision making.

He went on advising entrepreneurs to grow a business the old-fashioned way – which is to hustle and grind all the way from bottom.

“If you can go out there and start it on your own — like I started out by selling garbage bags — whatever it is … try to find something that you can make or that you can buy yourself and sell to people around you, then ask for referrals and grow the business that way, and you can turn it into something enormous,” Cuban insisted.

My Final Two Cent

While I agree the points made by Mr Cuban, I do like to argue that there are businesses that become a success after raising funds.

Yes, sometimes having another voice in the decision making process can slow things down, but if that ‘other’ voice brings in a lot of value to the table (e.g. expertise, network, experience etc), then, that changes everything.

I don’t think Mr Cuban is completely right in this case. But I don’t feel I’m completely wrong either.

One thing I’ve learned from my time running businesses, is that you’re often wrong on day one. It is your job to figure things out and become less wrong through trial and error – as Mr Elon Musk puts it. It’s just the way business works.