5 Personal Changes to Become a Highly Successful Entrepreneur – Part 2
This is the second of a 5 part series on the personal changes you need to become a highly successful entrepreneur.
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Last week, in part 1, I explained that over 30 years of consulting to the most successful business owners, I have distilled their common characteristics and habits to come up with the 5 personal – mind-set – changes you need to make in order to become a highly successful entrepreneur. Lass week was the change in moving from being an expert to leveraging your expertise.
This week it’s about moving from being a master of apprentices, to being a coach of a team of masters.
The second change is to move away from teaching others how to do things, and instead building their capacity to do things for themselves.
This video explains the second change.
Having moved from being the expert in what you do to leveraging that expertise, it’s so easy to slip into “teaching” mode – which, in effect is doing others work for them, or watching them do what you used to do. You want to move beyond that, to ensure that others work new miracles, for you.
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