How to Succeed as an Intropreneur
Have you ever wished to crush your goals? Maybe you’d wish to close a $1,000,000 Million in revenue, getting paid $10,000 to speak, or maybe own a copywriting agency. The great news is you don’t have to just wish for it, you can make it a reality. If you have a lot of time and patience, you can sometimes figure it out through trial and error. If you’re impatient and want results faster, then I’d suggest three things for your success; a mentor, “guts”, and work ethic. Let me explain.
For starters, you need a mentor with a proven track record in the realm you’re looking to grow. Look for a mentor that is transparent, one that shows the ups and downs they’ve been through. Ask for their reference and see how others have been impacted by their teachings. A mentor is not a requirement to succeed, but it does help you avoid a lot of the pitfalls that you may not see. A mentor can guide you and share with you realistic expectations. A mentor can open up a network that would greatly benefit you. The biggest reason for a mentor is to speed up the results for you greatly.
Next, you’ll need to have “guts.” As an introvert, this can sometimes be scary or challenging. We don’t know how we will be perceived, and if we’ll make a fool out of ourselves. There’s a lot of question marks, but if it’s a real goal, you’ll need to press on regardless. You’ll have to be okay with the naysayers, the doubters and the negativity that may be associated with your new endeavor. It goes without saying but you will fail, and you will fail often. You have to be okay with that and to keep going. Sometimes we hear the voice in our head telling us “what’s the point, we’re going to fail anyways.” Sometimes the voice tries to trick us to forget our goals. It is then you really need to dig deep. Hear the voice and keep pushing forward anyway. Understand it won’t be easy, but if you have the guts to keep going, you’ll get there.
The final piece of the recipe is the work ethic. Now you can have a mentor, and you can have guts, but without work ethic, you will never reach your goal. The only time that success comes before work is in the dictionary, that’s it. Regardless of what you are trying to achieve, you have to come ready to work. Everything you’ve learned from your mentor is only theory until you put action behind it. Even if you have the guts to cold call the meanest business owners on the block, it doesn’t mean a thing if it’s only once. Success is grasped by those who are willing to work for it!
Everyone has goals, but not many people attain them. Unfortunately, many of us water down our goals when they seem out of reach. What we really need to do is level up so that we can crush our goals. Give my three “secrets” above a try. I promise if you’re serious, you’ll see incredible results.
Hi my name is Alan, I'm an experienced iPhone technician.
I have been selling and repairing iPhones, laptops and all forms of electronics for five years. I started Mobilezilla with the intention of helping as many people and animals as I can, so ten percent of all proceeds going toward red cross and different animal shelters.