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I catched myself doing critique of TV advert - this they done good, this they done bad - all in calm and professional fashion :D
 

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I catched myself doing critique of TV advert - this they done good, this they done bad - all in calm and professional fashion :D
I also find myself analyzing ads, movies, stores, and business models. How are they telling their story? What selling techniques are they using? What emotional cards are they throwing out? What is their hook? How are they up-selling? What micro-trends are they trying to tap? And on and on... Like for you, it's all very apparent to me if they have a good plan or if it isn't working. I don't know exactly when I put all of this together, but the knowledge has become apart of me over the years.
 
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I really have changed what I'm doing and how I'm doing it!

I hired our trailer mover yesterday to move the mobile home I was given. We could have used our bulldozer... BUT, our mover is an expert and most damages happen in a moving situation. So, I hired him to do it right. Everything was finished a few hours. I will happily pay his bill when I get it.
The mover offered to sell me 3 cabins he has for sale and he can move here to my mobile home park. We'll go look at them this coming week. If we make a deal and buy them, I'll hire a concrete company to come build the foundations for all three next spring. (It's now winter here and we can't do the work right now.) We won't do that work ourselves this time. Then the mover can set each cabin on their new foundation. It will save us so much work that we would have done ourselves in the past.

The day has come that my time and peace of mind are more important than saving money on a job.

Has anyone else found that new truth????
 

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I'm not successful at the moment but when I was successful I realized that the stability was more important than the money. Even though I took risks, because I was in a stable place in my life, things usually turned out well. Even if things don't go well, it's easier to adjust to the problem and adapt once you're in a good mindset which being successful helped me a lot with.

I was bullied all through school but after my first few little successes from 13-16 I went from an insecure person who took everything to heart and cried daily to someone who didn't care what others though and focused only on their own goals shamelessly ‍♀ By the end of school, people who bullied me 5 years prior were asking me for tips on business and money!
 
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I'm not successful at the moment but when I was successful I realized that the stability was more important than the money. Even though I took risks, because I was in a stable place in my life, things usually turned out well. Even if things don't go well, it's easier to adjust to the problem and adapt once you're in a good mindset which being successful helped me a lot with.

I was bullied all through school but after my first few little successes from 13-16 I went from an insecure person who took everything to heart and cried daily to someone who didn't care what others though and focused only on their own goals shamelessly ‍♀ By the end of school, people who bullied me 5 years prior were asking me for tips on business and money!
Wait until you get a little bit older. You'll have a collection of "groupies" that all want your success to rub off on them. Just make sure that you are a good example for everyone around you. There's no substitute for good morals and character. Especially when everyone is watching your every move.
They say that climbing that success mountain is harder after you fall back the first few times. I disagree. Success is so much easier for me these days. Try it again. You already know what you must do to get there. This time you can do it a lot more gracefully.
 

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The more successful I become the harder and harder it is to relate to other people. We don't have the same problems nor do we have the same type of victories.

My 'bad day' might include losing thousands of dollars whereas a bad day for someone else is their manager giving out to them or having no money left for the week on food because they spent it partying (Students).

Over the last few months I have learned not to share my successes with the majority of the people in my life. It makes it more difficult to get stuff done and many people around you start looking at the relationship from a financial perspective.

Maybe all this just comes from being 21.. self employed running my business full-time, accountable to nobody but my customers and myself. I don't meet many other people like myself and it makes me kind of sad. When you are battling day in and day out to get stuff done sometimes you really wish others could understand what you are doing.

I'm a really social person. I play soccer with a club here in my country, I was in college and always had two or three different jobs on the go. I had soccer friends, college friends and work friends. When my business got really busy I left the jobs and now that it's taken off I left college at the beginning of 2019. I also moved cities but continue to play with my team an hour away. Waking up and going out working all day talking to contractors, customers and investors is fun but it's all very professional. I lost a lot of friends as well when I left the whole college party scene but luckily I keep up with a few of them going for food or going out for drinks occasionally.
 

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Wait until you get a little bit older. You'll have a collection of "groupies" that all want your success to rub off on them. Just make sure that you are a good example for everyone around you. There's no substitute for good morals and character. Especially when everyone is watching your every move.
They say that climbing that success mountain is harder after you fall back the first few times. I disagree. Success is so much easier for me these days. Try it again. You already know what you must do to get there. This time you can do it a lot more gracefully.
Thanks! I feel like I'm getting back into a more positive mindset for business again and with the discovery of this forum I feel pretty good. I'm trying to spend my free time at least communicating with people, reading other's stories on here, learning from others, seeing that I'm not insane for choosing this lifestyle! It's more productive than sitting and watching dumb stuff on Youtube in my spare time, and I just end up zoning out and thinking about finances and business anyway
 
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The more successful I become the harder and harder it is to relate to other people. We don't have the same problems nor do we have the same type of victories.

My 'bad day' might include losing thousands of dollars whereas a bad day for someone else is their manager giving out to them or having no money left for the week on food because they spent it partying (Students).

Over the last few months I have learned not to share my successes with the majority of the people in my life. It makes it more difficult to get stuff done and many people around you start looking at the relationship from a financial perspective.

Maybe all this just comes from being 21.. self employed running my business full-time, accountable to nobody but my customers and myself. I don't meet many other people like myself and it makes me kind of sad. When you are battling day in and day out to get stuff done sometimes you really wish others could understand what you are doing.

I'm a really social person. I play soccer with a club here in my country, I was in college and always had two or three different jobs on the go. I had soccer friends, college friends and work friends. When my business got really busy I left the jobs and now that it's taken off I left college at the beginning of 2019. I also moved cities but continue to play with my team an hour away. Waking up and going out working all day talking to contractors, customers and investors is fun but it's all very professional. I lost a lot of friends as well when I left the whole college party scene but luckily I keep up with a few of them going for food or going out for drinks occasionally.
Be VERY careful with whom you share your success! You're dealing with a lot more zeros than they are. And thoughtfully chose with whom you share your spare time. The worst hits I've ever taken have been from "friendly fire" in my back. Get up every morning and keep on going. Wish your friends well and see who sticks with you as you continue your journey.
 

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Do you see the world differently as you grow as a business person? Do you see business situations through different colored lenses?

I learned something about myself this last week on a 7-day cruise I took with an old friend. I've traveled a lot, but not that way. I felt like a fish out of the water among those other 4,098 guests so I studied the corporate business model of the cruise line. It was obvious to me that the "guests" were being soaked for every dime they had brought with them -- and a whole bunch more money via their credit cards. They were happily herded through carefully planned product funnels on the ship, and into ports-of-call "villages" that were owned and operated by the cruise line. The people seemed totally unaware that they weren't visiting the natives who lived in those countries. Exiting the ship was all punctuated with scantily clad young girls dancing to native sounding bands. It was simply a carefully crafted photo opportunity, posed with those girls in front of a port sign -- that again cost the "guests" a few more bucks for the ship and a tip for the girls. Even when the "guests" left the cruise line area, the only off-site transportation sources were owned and controlled by the cruise line. If I hadn't been in business for all those years, I would have never noticed nor understood how that whole cruise system worked. I was a captive audience for the duration of the trip -- an interesting business study!

What have you become aware of because of your business experience?
firstly I would say I relate to almost all the the answers below but the only point Not included in all the answers that I feel is Guilt!

Yes that's the feeling I get, the more i become successful. To a point that I once broke into tears after visiting some home of my relatives. I had been chasing my fastlane so hard that I forgot about them or maybe I failed to realize how much they were struggling. That opened my eyes on how many people were struggling and that the more success I became the more disadvantaged people I could help.

Starting with closest relatives, I have started to make change in their lives (but only to those who are willing to work for it and not couch potatoes waiting for success to fall from heaven)

What i do is build a business with them, provide all the capital, teach them how to run it and we share profits. The best thing about this Idea is I don't have to pay them salaried before the business makes profits cos they understand and mostly are just happy to see our family going forward for the first time in our lives.
 
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firstly I would say I relate to almost all the the answers below but the only point Not included in all the answers that I feel is Guilt!

Yes that's the feeling I get, the more i become successful. To a point that I once broke into tears after visiting some home of my relatives. I had been chasing my fastlane so hard that I forgot about them or maybe I failed to realize how much they were struggling. That opened my eyes on how many people were struggling and that the more success I became the more disadvantaged people I could help.

Starting with closest relatives, I have started to make change in their lives (but only to those who are willing to work for it and not couch potatoes waiting for success to fall from heaven)

What i do is build a business with them, provide all the capital, teach them how to run it and we share profits. The best thing about this Idea is I don't have to pay them salaried before the business makes profits cos they understand and mostly are just happy to see our family going forward for the first time in our lives.
I'm proud of my success. The thing that I am most proud of is that I went back and got my mother out of a horrible marriage. And I took care of her for the last 10 years of her life. Those were 10 wonderful years for both of us. It still brings tears to my eyes when I think about it.
 

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I'm proud of my success. The thing that I am most proud of is that I went back and got my mother out of a horrible marriage. And I took care of her for the last 10 years of her life. Those were 10 wonderful years for both of us. It still brings tears to my eyes when I think about it.
For me It began with guilt and now happiness because I know that I have the power to help. Had I not got into business my situation would be following: I would visit relatives and feel guilt because I could not help. The guilt I feel right now is different and I am happy that I am able to help.
I am glad you were able to exit your mom from that situation and I know how difficult it is to get out of an abusive relationship. Money solves real problems although many still believe that it brings problems.

Im happy for you WJK.
 

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Personal development is what makes life worth living(to me)
1. Live in the present
2. Don't let worry, fear, or past limitations inhibit me from "going for it"
3. Purpose is needed, someday I would love to positively influence people who have dealt with similar trials as me(my mental health struggle was/is anxiety)

and then most of all to be grateful and accepting. Life is a gift and to be born in a first world country is a great gift too.
 
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This saddens me. A friend is a friend. Many don’t know any better because the system is engineered to make them that way.
I guess our opinions differ. It was a waste of time now that I look back at it. Every action they did was to "flex." They had to constantly take pictures to show on social media.

Have you ever fit in with them?
Nope, I now realize that this is the greatest gift that was given to me. I use to see it as a curse.
 
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At the beginning, I think business success sucked me into believing I was a lot better than I actually was. I'm not going to say I was lucky with my early success because it was a LOT of hard work, but it did lull me into a real false sense of security of how good I was at it.

I discovered that was a lot of bull when I threw my case into a friend's surefire hit (surefire purely because I decided it was) and lost thousands.

That kickstarted me into taking off the rose tinted glasses and starting to see business properly, both in terms of failure and success.

Well actually that's a lie. It actually lead to about 18 months of me sinking into an unproductive depressive state where I circled around blaming them, me, me, them, both of us, everyone else...

Once I got over that though, failure made me pick apart what hadn't worked and the success got me to focus on what did and slowly but surely put it back together in a way that worked.

And when something didn't, I had learnt to again stop, reassess, drop what didn't work and improve on what did.

Oh, and perhaps the biggest of all - it's not about me.

Ego is an awful reason to run a business. Solving others problems - that's the winner.
 

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I also find myself analyzing ads, movies, stores, and business models.
I also like to analyze business models. On Friday I went to a kind of "self-knowledge seminar" from a "life coach" about manifestation techniques.
I was thinking about who is the target audience?
How much does he earn? How is he winning new customers? and so on.
Can I learn/use something from this business model?

The setting was a bit like in a comedy: It takes place in a meditation center, we were about 10 women, life coaches, teachers and some of us on a self-invention/self-knowledge trip. (The coach originally started with "Men's emancipating seminars" but it wasn’t working, because he didn’t get any recommendations.)

The main reason I went there was to learn more about the manifestation techniques and that was realy good.
 
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At the beginning, I think business success sucked me into believing I was a lot better than I actually was. I'm not going to say I was lucky with my early success because it was a LOT of hard work, but it did lull me into a real false sense of security of how good I was at it.

I discovered that was a lot of bull when I threw my case into a friend's surefire hit (surefire purely because I decided it was) and lost thousands.

That kickstarted me into taking off the rose tinted glasses and starting to see business properly, both in terms of failure and success.

Well actually that's a lie. It actually lead to about 18 months of me sinking into an unproductive depressive state where I circled around blaming them, me, me, them, both of us, everyone else...

Once I got over that though, failure made me pick apart what hadn't worked and the success got me to focus on what did and slowly but surely put it back together in a way that worked.

And when something didn't, I had learnt to again stop, reassess, drop what didn't work and improve on what did.

Oh, and perhaps the biggest of all - it's not about me.

Ego is an awful reason to run a business. Solving others problems - that's the winner.
So, you learned something. Good for you. It's all part of the learning curve. The school of hard knocks still works the best. You can read and study, which helps you to find the right road. But, where the rubber meets the roads is the real test of your knowledge and ideas.
 
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I also like to analyze business models. On Friday I went to a kind of "self-knowledge seminar" from a "life coach" about manifestation techniques.
I was thinking about who is the target audience?
How much does he earn? How is he winning new customers? and so on.
Can I learn/use something from this business model?

The setting was a bit like in a comedy: It takes place in a meditation center, we were about 10 women, life coaches, teachers and some of us on a self-invention/self-knowledge trip. (The coach originally started with "Men's emancipating seminars" but it wasn’t working, because he didn’t get any recommendations.)

The main reason I went there was to learn more about the manifestation techniques and that was realy good.
The ability to learning from others' experiences and failures is called wisdom!
 
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I guess our opinions differ. It was a waste of time now that I look back at it. Every action they did was to "flex." They had to constantly take pictures to show on social media.



Nope, I now realize that this is the greatest gift that was given to me. I use to see it as a curse.
Sometimes our greatest teachers are the guys down the street who do it all wrong. Give yourself some credit.
 

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Actually lead to about 18 months of me sinking into an unproductive depressive state where I circled around blaming them, me, me, them, both of us, everyone else...

Once I got over that though, failure made me pick apart what hadn't worked and the success got me to focus on what did and slowly but surely put it back together in a way that worked.

And when something didn't, I had learnt to again stop, reassess, drop what didn't work and improve on what did.

Oh, and perhaps the biggest of all - it's not about me.

Ego is an awful reason to run a business. Solving others problems - that's the winner.
How did you begin to pick yourself apart like that? I've had a horrible year with non-stop stress fueled by a traumatic event at the start of the year and depression. I have no money so haven't done anything nice all year. At least in the past if I got depressed I could go out for a meal or have a weekend away. I've never felt so unhappy and seeing how well everyone is doing in this forum just fuels my desire to get better, but it also makes me bitter and angry because of the depression. How do I get past this and get back to being the great entrepreneur I used to be?
 
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How did you begin to pick yourself apart like that? I've had a horrible year with non-stop stress fueled by a traumatic event at the start of the year and depression. I have no money so haven't done anything nice all year. At least in the past if I got depressed I could go out for a meal or have a weekend away. I've never felt so unhappy and seeing how well everyone is doing in this forum just fuels my desire to get better, but it also makes me bitter and angry because of the depression. How do I get past this and get back to being the great entrepreneur I used to be?
Everyone has problems. As my good friend always reminds me, you can't salt without pepper. Doing nice things for yourself doesn't have to cost money. Take a walk. Call a friend or family member. Comb your hair. Pet your cat or the neighborhood stray. Go to a free event -- like a street fair.
OR, DO SOMETHING NICE FOR SOMEONE ELSE. There's always someone who has it worse than you.

Then, sit down with a blank piece of paper and draw a line down the middle of it from top to bottom. Put a + sign on one side and a - sign on the other side. Figure out what you did right and wrong in your situation. These reactions to events don't just fall onto your head. What could you have done differently or better? I know that you said a traumatic event happened, so you probably think that I crazy not to give you a free pass. It's not what happens in your life that really makes a difference -- it's how you react to that event! That choice to decide is the essence of our human experience. Best of luck.
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I am finding myself unwilling to jump at things that are on sale, or hunting on CL/FB marketplace if I need something for my business. Perfect example......we needed a replacement frost-free upright freezer for one of our houses. After looking around on CL and FB, I finally said "F*ck it" and bought a freezer at Lowes for $478. I could have drove a half hour with my truck to grab a freezer off CL and saved $200, but quite frankly, I didn't feel like it. I just need what I need, and I need it now.....whether its a deal or not.
 

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It's difficult to distinguish whether business success or just a growing understanding of life changed me, but I can say this:

I find that I'm a lot more confident deep inside these days, and I care less about what others (with a scripted mindset) think.

I trust more in my ability to pursue and achieve my goals, and no longer feel scared to go after what I desire.

I enjoy the process more and more, and find that I'm proud of doing quality work and helping others.

I thirst to be the best at whatever I do and provide as much value as I can, with the aim of helping others achieve similar levels of success.

I'm more direct with people and less worried about speaking my mind - I no longer care what others will think of me so much, and I'm more results-oriented.

I no longer fear not being able to make an income on my own - even if my business were gone tomorrow I know I'd still have the skills to rebuild it.

I'm a lot more action-oriented and tend to think 'how can I get X done?' rather than 'can I get X done?'. On the same note, I feel less stuck in my head thinking, and more present, acting in the world.

I've noticed I'm becoming more concerned with how can I make an impact, rather than with how can I make more money - I'm less interested in just making money for money's sake.

I value money more - not that I'm stingy, but rather that I realise that money is valuable, and when you're running a company you have to be tight with it, or else your cash flow will dry out.
 
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It's difficult to distinguish whether business success or just a growing understanding of life changed me, but I can say this:

I find that I'm a lot more confident deep inside these days, and I care less about what others (with a scripted mindset) think.

I trust more in my ability to pursue and achieve my goals, and no longer feel scared to go after what I desire.

I enjoy the process more and more, and find that I'm proud of doing quality work and helping others.

I thirst to be the best at whatever I do and provide as much value as I can, with the aim of helping others achieve similar levels of success.

I'm more direct with people and less worried about speaking my mind - I no longer care what others will think of me so much, and I'm more results-oriented.

I no longer fear not being able to make an income on my own - even if my business were gone tomorrow I know I'd still have the skills to rebuild it.

I'm a lot more action-oriented and tend to think 'how can I get X done?' rather than 'can I get X done?'. On the same note, I feel less stuck in my head thinking, and more present, acting in the world.

I've noticed I'm becoming more concerned with how can I make an impact, rather than with how can I make more money - I'm less interested in just making money for money's sake.

I value money more - not that I'm stingy, but rather that I realise that money is valuable, and when you're running a company you have to be tight with it, or else your cash flow will dry out.
I'm impressed with your personal growth. I especially liked what you said,

"I've noticed I'm becoming more concerned with how can I make an impact, rather than with how can I make more money - I'm less interested in just making money for money's sake."

Yes, we change as we grow older. But, business success can really make a difference in one's point of view. As your expertise increases, the world opens up for you.
 

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I also find myself analyzing ads, movies, stores, and business models. How are they telling their story? What selling techniques are they using? What emotional cards are they throwing out? What is their hook? How are they up-selling? What micro-trends are they trying to tap? And on and on... Like for you, it's all very apparent to me if they have a good plan or if it isn't working. I don't know exactly when I put all of this together, but the knowledge has become apart of me over the years.
I love reading about other businesses as well. Albany had an AT HOME store open up here a few years ago. I have friends that go nuts in there. The stuff is great and less expensive compared to other home decor stores in the area. After spending way too much money in there one day, I went home and did some research. They create ALL of their designs in house. I mean everything and the average store is probably over 100,000 sq ft. By not buying third party designs, they cut costs and have created a vertically integrated model and thus they have lower costs than much of their competitors. It was fascinating to me; my sister not so much. But hey the more you learn, the better you'll be on your journey so fine by me.
 
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I love reading about other businesses as well. Albany had an AT HOME store open up here a few years ago. I have friends that go nuts in there. The stuff is great and less expensive compared to other home decor stores in the area. After spending way too much money in there one day, I went home and did some research. They create ALL of their designs in house. I mean everything and the average store is probably over 100,000 sq ft. By not buying third party designs, they cut costs and have created a vertically integrated model and thus they have lower costs than much of their competitors. It was fascinating to me; my sister not so much. But hey the more you learn, the better you'll be on your journey so fine by me.
Your post reminds me of the musical artist, Enya. She laid down her music tracks one at a time. She played and sung all the different parts. Then she laid them over each other, to create her music. talk about a labor of love...
 

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I’ve been on a cruise and will be going again sometime in a couple years.

If you’ve got money to blow and hate planning trips, then you can have a boat shuttle you around to lay on the beach and drink pina coladas all day.

Of course it’s all manufactured, but if you go in knowing that you can sit back and enjoy the ride.

I will say the food was ON POINT!
 

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