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The strategy is called shoshin, meaning 'beginner's mind.'
The practice of mindfulness has a vast amount of research to support it, and any insight that improves your day-to-day life, work, and relationships within your organization is worth leveraging.
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Becoming an entrepreneur means accepting that you might fail. At some point, you've got to shut off your brain, and make a move.
It's often easier to fix a struggling company than it is to create one from scratch.
Control What You Can
'Everyone has people working for them that shouldn't be. Free them from their own failure.'
Because entrepreneurship has been so heavily glamorized over the past decade, many people feel surprised and guilty about the fact that it can actually be a pretty tough choice to make.
As a society, we often overvalue unimportant things and undervalue the ideas and strategies that make a real difference.
Fearful about taking those first steps? Others have felt the same way. They've written whole books about it.
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