How Stubbornness Limits You There is nothing worse than an unwillingness to change.

By Peter Voogd

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In this video, Peter Voogd talks about stubbornness and how know-it-alls will get destroyed in today's economy. He says that there's nothing worse than someone being unwilling to change, noting that it is those "learn-it-alls" willing to adapt and adjust who will dominate in business and life.

Voogd suggests that, if you are stubborn, ask yourself if you have a right to be so. If you're not where you want to be and don't have the things you want, be willing to change.

Related: 4 Ways to Turn Fear Into Confidence

Peter Voogd

Leading Authority for Young Entrepreneurs

Peter Voogd is the author of the best selling book 6 Months to 6 Figures, as well as the founder of The Game Changers Academy. He's a leading authority on Gen y leadership who has trainedand inspired well over 4,500 entrepreneurs with his true story of going from dead broke to a six figure income within six months. His podcasts, videos, websites and social media reaches more than 200,000 people monthly.

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