Experiments in Business - If you want to make your business better, than you need to make yourself better
Today’s technology is constantly evolving and improving. What seemed impossible fifteen years ago, is now completely known world-wide and a basic part of life.
You have the tools to run a business today that the CEO’s of the world’s largest companies didn’t have ten years ago.
You have an iPhone in your hand that has more computing power than the computers used to land a man on the moon.
You have access to knowledge and tools that the greatest minds of history not only didn’t have, but didn’t dream of having. You need to use these tools. Know them. Own them, and once you can, you can grow and make your business do anything.
That is what the starting of these business experiments is all about.
There is a huge potential in on line business, it truly has just started, and starting a simple business on line taught me the basics so that I began to learn what questions to ask and what to do next. The best way to learn is to decide to do a project and then find a way to make it happen, learn those specific skills you need to make it happen.
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I plan on running different Business experiments, basing them off what I havwe read or learned, and letting you find out what I find out.
In between the notes and the reading, let's also learn by doing.
If you want to make your business better, you need to make yourself better.
“We all are learning, modifying, or destroying ideas all the time. Rapid destruction of your ideas when the time is right is one of the most valuable qualities you can acquire. You must force yourself to consider arguments on the other side.
— Charles T. Munger”
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