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Tycoonism ” Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely. “

April 16, 2009

Lets just say, I am a believer that experience is the best teacher.

This phrase continues to ring true. Educate yourself; learn from other’s successes and mistakes. Education is the preparation you must make before you can begin to realize success. Find a System to follow, not 10 or 20! Many people offer many different systems. You must find the one that works best for you and fully commit to it. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. If something does not work for you, learn from your mistake, re-educate yourself, and give another try. Your mistakes are not defeats, they are learning opportunities that you should take advantage of.

If you can learn from someone else’s mistakes, that’s even better. This saves you time, money, and effort. Just remember, “Successful people commit to an ideal, learn everything they can about this ideal, and then implement their findings with painstaking zeal and determination.” Some might say that experience might not necessarily be the “best” teacher, but it almost always results in the most enduring lessons.

“If you aren’t willing to risk actions that may cause you personal, financial or other embarrassment, you aren’t going to be taking much action at all. So go ahead; screw up, fall down, embarrass yourself and do a lot of it, as quickly as you can. Learn as much as you possibly can as you go. But, whatever you do, don’t let yourself be imprisoned by the fear of making mistakes. ” Don’t wallow from your defeats—RELISH them! Successful people learn from their mistakes, re-educate themselves, and begin again. In the end, the wins outweigh the losses. Learn from the not so favorable experience.

Have you ever experienced that time has passed so fast? Before you notice it, one day or even one week has passed. In another circumstances, you may feel that you have just made your new year’s resolution, but suddenly you reach another new year. Time flies. Thus, it is very important for you to use your days wisely. Don’t let even one day passes without fully utilizing it. And one way to utilize your days is by learning from your daily experience. If you really try to learn from your days, you will have 365 to 366 opportunities to learn each year. And that’s quite a lot of opportunities! I bet you will be a very different person after only one year.

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  1. April 16, 2009 9:47 am

    Yes Sir. Once again, you are on point. Sharing this w/my colleagues and friends, and absorbing some for myself. Give thanks. Give love to the fam. Look at him. Oh the gift of life is a beautiful thing. ; D

  2. April 16, 2009 10:55 am

    This was excellent! Thanks for putting into words what I have been experiencing. Now I can look forward to failure!

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