Victor Step

Victor Step

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Having an outstanding work ethic while being a solo entrepreneur is crucial. Unlike in a company, where the work ethic will be forced upon you, as a solo entrepreneur, you must create one for yourself. Having no strong work ethic means troubles with having success. Having no strong work ethic also means that other solo entrepreneurs – your competitors, those that do have an ethic, will always be one step ahead of you.

Having an outstanding work ethic while being a solo entrepreneur is crucial. Unlike in a company, where the work ethic will be forced upon you, as a solo entrepreneur, you must create one for yourself. Having no strong work ethic means troubles with having success. Having no strong work ethic also means that other solo entrepreneurs – your competitors, those that do have an ethic, will always be one step ahead of you.

Deciding to start your own business can be one of the most remarkable decisions that you will ever make. If you take it seriously and will be consistent with it, sooner or later, you will succeed. This means being able to work from home, spending more time with the people you love and having the sense of fulfillment that not many get from a regular nine to five job.  However, if you ever do decide to take the entrepreneurial road, you will require a set of skills you need to learn in order…

Deciding to start your own business can be one of the most remarkable decisions that you will ever make. If you take it seriously and will be consistent with it, sooner or later, you will succeed. This means being able to work from home, spending more time with the people you love and having the sense of fulfillment that not many get from a regular nine to five job. However, if you ever do decide to take the entrepreneurial road, you will require a set of skills you need to learn in order…

Thank you for visiting my blog. Below, you will find my list of 50 best self-help books that will change your life. Enjoy!

Thank you for visiting my blog. Below, you will find my list of 50 best self-help books that will change your life. Enjoy!

How to stop overthinking? – Overthinking is one of the most annoying behaviors that we can constantly be involved in. Similar to anxiety, it causes us to constantly think and worry about thoughts and actions that do not deserve it. And when there really is something to thoroughly analyze, we tend to blow it so much out of proportion that it’s not even funny anymore. It becomes a living nightmare, and can even lead to depression.

How to stop overthinking? – Overthinking is one of the most annoying behaviors that we can constantly be involved in. Similar to anxiety, it causes us to constantly think and worry about thoughts and actions that do not deserve it. And when there really is something to thoroughly analyze, we tend to blow it so much out of proportion that it’s not even funny anymore. It becomes a living nightmare, and can even lead to depression.

Imagine that you have been working really hard to get promoted in your job. Many years you worked day and night to get noticed by your bosses. You got a lot of positive feedback and your hopes were high. But now, when it was time for your promotion, you hear from a colleague that they have actually called in for an interview for that very position someone else. And the best part is that you will be the one to interview that someone else. You are devastated.

Imagine that you have been working really hard to get promoted in your job. Many years you worked day and night to get noticed by your bosses. You got a lot of positive feedback and your hopes were high. But now, when it was time for your promotion, you hear from a colleague that they have actually called in for an interview for that very position someone else. And the best part is that you will be the one to interview that someone else. You are devastated.

As an entrepreneur, have you ever started something new with motivation and excitement, but soon enough found yourself distracted by other, more “interesting” things? You found a new online business strategy, for example, but decided that it doesn’t work just a week after experimenting with it? Sound familiar? This type of behavior is often classified as the dabbler mentality and is brought on by the “shiny object syndrome”, which will be the topic of this post.

As an entrepreneur, have you ever started something new with motivation and excitement, but soon enough found yourself distracted by other, more “interesting” things? You found a new online business strategy, for example, but decided that it doesn’t work just a week after experimenting with it? Sound familiar? This type of behavior is often classified as the dabbler mentality and is brought on by the “shiny object syndrome”, which will be the topic of this post.

In one of my previous posts about the benefits and dangers of the ego, I talked about how we humans love to judge others. Some of us do it more and some of us do it less, but the bottom line is that we all do it. And while I am sure that it’s natural for us to behave this way, it carries a certain amount of dangers that, if taken too far, can take into a very wrong and unpleasant direction. So, in this post, I would like to talk about the ten reasons why and how you should stop judging…

In one of my previous posts about the benefits and dangers of the ego, I talked about how we humans love to judge others. Some of us do it more and some of us do it less, but the bottom line is that we all do it. And while I am sure that it’s natural for us to behave this way, it carries a certain amount of dangers that, if taken too far, can take into a very wrong and unpleasant direction. So, in this post, I would like to talk about the ten reasons why and how you should stop judging…

Some time ago I wrote a post on how to control anger and hate towards other people. As the name implies, it was about controlling anger that is specifically aimed at other people. It also had a little bit of a Buddhist touch to it, which was inspired by the book “8 Steps to Happiness: The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness” – I highly recommend the book. In this post, however, I want to keep it more simple. I want to share with you ten simple anger management techniques that can help you deal…

Some time ago I wrote a post on how to control anger and hate towards other people. As the name implies, it was about controlling anger that is specifically aimed at other people. It also had a little bit of a Buddhist touch to it, which was inspired by the book “8 Steps to Happiness: The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness” – I highly recommend the book. In this post, however, I want to keep it more simple. I want to share with you ten simple anger management techniques that can help you deal…

What is ego? Ego is a very common topic for discussion, yet not many truly understand what it is, how it works and why it plays such a big role in our life. On the one hand, people often say that ego is “bad” and that it is there to slow us down. But on the other hand, it exists, and there must be a reason for it, just like there is for everything else in life.

What is ego? Ego is a very common topic for discussion, yet not many truly understand what it is, how it works and why it plays such a big role in our life. On the one hand, people often say that ego is “bad” and that it is there to slow us down. But on the other hand, it exists, and there must be a reason for it, just like there is for everything else in life.

Dealing with jealousy… Let’s face it, it’s one of the most difficult feelings to handle and one of the most poisonous ones as well. While a feeling, such as anger, is very destructive to us, we at least know that it’s wrong to be angry in most situations. Jealousy, on the other hand, is a lot more subtle.  Unlike anger, we may feel that we have all the reasons to be jealous, which takes us even further from the truth. It is a poison that prevents us from thinking rationally, and as a result…

Dealing with jealousy… Let’s face it, it’s one of the most difficult feelings to handle and one of the most poisonous ones as well. While a feeling, such as anger, is very destructive to us, we at least know that it’s wrong to be angry in most situations. Jealousy, on the other hand, is a lot more subtle. Unlike anger, we may feel that we have all the reasons to be jealous, which takes us even further from the truth. It is a poison that prevents us from thinking rationally, and as a result…