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Work from home with success – Educate yourself

    This short post is meant to be encouraging, because you are worthy and able to create great things and make money from your creations and services.

    This post is part of Work from home with Success Series

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    First of all, I want to tell you don’t have to go to school and educate yourself.

    Not everyone can afford to do so.

    Let’s not get discouraged.

    As long as you can read, listen, and are able to apply things you can educate yourself from the comfort of your own home or where ever you are if you have a smart device of any kind or a computer.

    So, don’t confuse education with schooling.

    Be ready to learn.

    Be ready to take punches and learn from your ‘mistakes’.

    What I learn in traditional school was that mistakes are bad and everything should go perfectly well on the first try, and I struggled a lot, because everything I did needed much more trials than just one, much more.

    For a long time, I was thinking that there is something wrong with me.

    Are Struggling with the Fear of Failure?

    Are you afraid of making mistakes?

    Learn to embrace failure and use it to as stepping stones for success!

    The thing is that if perfection is what you try to put out into the world it is very little what you will put out because you want to be certain.

    With certainty comes a price, the price of not being spontaneous, not creating something new and flowy.

    With perfection comes stiffness it can be bold, but it can be also soft, but in most cases, it is also something that has no element of surprise and it can be boring.

    F*ck perfection. Do it. Improve with quantity.

    In the beginning, it may look like nothing happens, but you do learn and grow and improve and then you bloom, just like a Bamboo tree.

    First time I heard about the bamboo trees from Harv Eker in this video, watch it or you will miss out important point 🤓

    Book recommendations

    No matter what you decide to improve or to learn when done consistently for long period of time results will be visible.

    To understand this you can read these books if you haven’t already.

    The compound effect – Darren Hardy

    Atomic habits – James Clear

    What do you think? Do you experience making mistakes as a part of a process or are you still struggling to overcome the fear of making mistakes and failures?

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