We often admire people who accomplish great things, conveniently overlooking the hard work and discipline they have put into refining their craft.
Take Gary Vaynerchuk for example. We first heard of him when he created the Wine Library. He was lucky wasn’t he? Being in the right niche at the right time? Well, that’s a simplistic way of looking at things. Because for over a decade he learned everything there was to learn about wine.
He studied it, he researched the market, he dealt one on one with customers, he taste-tested thousands of brands, and he became a connoisseur. Wine library was not the result of luck, but of work and self-discipline.
Most of us want to succeed as entrepreneurs, but here’s a question for you (one that I’ve had to answer myself):
Are you ready to develop the self-discipline it takes to succeed?
Self-discipline cannot be acquired or…
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