People spend tons of money every day for business courses, training books and everything. But, if you really want to be good at something, you must have to be out there, doing it over and over again. Real improvements come from the practice.
Just Do It,
EcommerceBuff Radio Episode 4
Welcome to the fourth episode of Ecommercebuff radio.
I am Oshadee, and today I am going to tell you something really really important.
People spend tons of money every day for business courses, training books and everything. But, if you really want to be good at something, you must have to be out there, doing it over and over again.
If you carefully study the success stories from, any of the high profile business person (unless they inherit a huge fortune from their family), they all prove just one point. That is Practice, much more than study, makes you win.
Of course, you must study too. Learning is the process of knowing the experiences and solution derived from people before us. That knowledge will, of course, makes our life more comfortable.
But, my point is, you shouldn’t be, and you cannot keep studying until you learn everything before you start.
The practice teaches better than books.
So, if you wanna be good at selling things, you must do it for real. Create an online store, apply the marketing tactics you already know and try to make your first sale. Doing this process for real will teach you so many things like, how to do things right, and what not to do when selling.
You cannot learn everything from the books. The practice fills more than 75% of your expertise.
Take whatever you have and just do it.
When I first created a dropshipping store, I knew nothing. But, I started building my business, and I have learned so many things during this process. But, if I had decided to learn everything before I start it, I wouldn’t be here.
There is this 10,000-hour rule. It says, if you want to excel something, you have to repeat it for 10,000 hours. This may be a bit of exaggeration. But, the morale of that rule is right. You have to keep repeating.
But, most importantly, do not just repeat without measuring. If you don’t measure your success with each attempt, you cannot make any progress.
I failed creating my first dropshipping store. But, I didn’t make the same mistake in my second attempt. I made different mistakes there. But, I didn’t make any of those previous mistakes in my third attempt. Likewise, you have to evaluate and keep repeating, keep practising to be good at what you want.
Real improvements come from the experiences.
So, let’s be there, and execute.
I will see you in another episode of the ecommercebuff radio.