Posted on 01/9/15 by Myriam Borg in Business Tips
I love travelling to new places. Traveling is a way to challenge one’s self, to remain flexible and fluid. I am not a flexible person by nature; I like things done my way so you can imagine when that ideal is challenged, then I am really challenged.
Which brings me to an important point about business. In the business world you need to be a hard core survivor. You need to enjoy challenges, and you need to have serious tenacity.
So here’s the thing, whilst you see me of travelling the world, working portably while enjoying an amazing lifestyle, what you need to realise is that it is a result of very hard work, tenacity and real discipline. So if you are considering being in business for yourself and reaching for that dream, you need to get real. Portable home business is still business; it takes hard work to set that up and no one will do it for you. If you find working for a boss too hard now, let me save you a whole lotta trouble: it’s 3 times as hard to SUCCESSFULLY work for yourself to maintain the best home business in Australia. If you enjoy playing victim a lot as is rife in our ‘your are never to blame for your failures ( cause someone else is always responsible)’ western culture, guess what, you are not suited for business. Business will break you. So I will give you the advice I give my kids, it goes like this ‘you are always always always responsible for everything that happens in your life.’
Everything that happens in your life is a RESULT of what you think, what you do and what you choose to ignore, or not do.
there are no victims. There is reality, as is. its called life.
If you want to see how things really are, go to India or Egypt where if you do not work and know how to survive you may end up begging on the streets. It’s harsh reality; ‘Reality’ being something we are desperately lacking in our society- if any of this is too harsh for you, stick to what you are currently doing, because business is a game you either survive or die.
In Korea I gave my two older boys 60,000 WON (equivalent to AUD $80.00) and told them to tour the city for a full day and come back safe to our hotel. They have no skills in the Korean language and had to use the public transport system. Nothing–as in nothing–is in English… they survived and, in fact, they loved it so much they are planning another trip to south Korea.
Now I am not sure why I am writing this out, I think we tend to be so politically correct as Australians and the older I get the more real I want to be. My opinion is a reflection of our company brand, so if you agree then we are on the same page. If you don’t agree with my opinions… even better. There are many business gurus and business products that could be better suited for you. Here at Create Australia we only want the few who see things our way, since this creates a synergy that can propel you to success as you set out in your own home business.
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