In business the aim is to find wealth at a young age. No one wants to land that Ferrari at 65 years old, it just doesn’t feel as good.

In order to shorten your business learning curve and get to the top quicker, there are only 7 real ways.

 

Hours & Hours Of Work

The one that no one wants to hear, hours of relentless work ethic. By being around what you do for enough time, you’ll end up covering every base and learning about every single component.

If you focus on a problem for 20 hours and your competition only work on it for 8, then you’re going to get a lot more done a lot quicker than they are due to the amount you’ll learn in such a short space of time.

Hours and hours of work also involves studying, reading, etc. Work doesn’t really stop even outside of the office.

 

Mentor

Having someone who’s already made all of the mistakes you’re about to make can save you a ton of time.

A mentor can steer you towards success because they’ve probabaly gone down every other route before the one they wanted which gives them valuable experience.

 

Money

It’s no secret that money will make things go quicker. Having money available to increase growth and get more done is essential to business.

Without it you’re looking at a constant uphill struggle of compromises.

 

Maturity

There’s a reason why most people don’t succeed in business until their late 30’s, and that’s maturity.

You don’t think or opperate the same way at 21 as you do or will at 35. This enables you to work better with others, think with more clarity and understand how the business world works.

 

Hiring Others

Face it, you don’t have all of the skills, but a team of people do.

By bringing others into your business with a range of skills that you don’t have, it gives you more flexibility and less barriers for moving forwards.

 

Competitor Research

Although you never want to completely copy what your competitors are doing, it helps if you can learn from them.

Sometimes it’s the problems and negatives about your business that competitors don’t have that you can learn from. Sometimes it can be the new direction their taking and how it will give them an edge over you into the future. Other times it can be as simple as design features you may want to copy.

 

Connections

Knowing someone who can help you out is crucial to moving forwards. If you’re lucky enough to have high level connections, then great. However most of the time you’re going to have to make friends or get noticed in some way.

Once you do this you receive a leg up in your industry which can shorten everything by huge amounts.

In business the aim is to find wealth at a young age. No one wants to land that Ferrari at 65 years old, it just doesn't feel as good.

In order to shorten your business learning curve and get to the top quicker, there are only 7 real ways.

 

Hours & Hours Of Work

The one that no one wants to hear, hours of relentless work ethic. By being around what you do for enough time, you'll end up covering every base and learning about every single component.

If you focus on a problem for 20 hours and your competition only work on it for 8, then you're going to get a lot more done a lot quicker than they are due to the amount you'll learn in such a short space of time.

Hours and hours of work also involves studying, reading, etc. Work doesn't really stop even outside of the office.

 

Mentor

Having someone who's already made all of the mistakes you're about to make can save you a ton of time.

A mentor can steer you towards success because they've probabaly gone down every other route before the one they wanted which gives them valuable experience.

 

Money

It's no secret that money will make things go quicker. Having money available to increase growth and get more done is essential to business.

Without it you're looking at a constant uphill struggle of compromises.

 

Maturity

There's a reason why most people don't succeed in business until their late 30's, and that's maturity.

You don't think or opperate the same way at 21 as you do or will at 35. This enables you to work better with others, think with more clarity and understand how the business world works.

 

Hiring Others

Face it, you don't have all of the skills, but a team of people do.

By bringing others into your business with a range of skills that you don't have, it gives you more flexibility and less barriers for moving forwards.

 

Competitor Research

Although you never want to completely copy what your competitors are doing, it helps if you can learn from them.

Sometimes it's the problems and negatives about your business that competitors don't have that you can learn from. Sometimes it can be the new direction their taking and how it will give them an edge over you into the future. Other times it can be as simple as design features you may want to copy.

 

Connections

Knowing someone who can help you out is crucial to moving forwards. If you're lucky enough to have high level connections, then great. However most of the time you're going to have to make friends or get noticed in some way.

Once you do this you receive a leg up in your industry which can shorten everything by huge amounts.