How to Cut Your Learning Curve in Half By surrounding yourself with connections who have success in your field, you can develop a roadmap that maximizes your efforts.

By Peter Voogd

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In this video, Peter Voogd talks about the importance of building a network that includes people with experience and success in your chosen field. He says connecting with people at a higher level is a key to becoming a successful entrepreneur.

Voogd talks about the ease and simplicity of building a business — if you have the right network, the right roadmap and the right mentorship. He says that your business connections will help you cut your learning curve in half and provide the roadmap and focus you need to reach your goals. Elevating your network should also expose you to different ideas and enable you to think differently.

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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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