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Jack of all trades...Master of none

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Re: Jack of all trades...Master of none

Post by tntkidtotntman on Mon Apr 14, 2008 5:33 pm

I appreciate the advice you all are providing. I will put it all to good use and report back.
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Re: Jack of all trades...Master of none

Post by zbang on Wed Apr 16, 2008 8:58 pm

F ocus
O n one
C ourse
U ntil
S uccessful
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Re: Jack of all trades...Master of none

Post by westend on Thu Apr 17, 2008 12:18 am

ask yourself 500 times "what is the one thing I should focus on to be successful "
The answer will come to youwithin a few days.
then focus on that.
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Re: Jack of all trades...Master of none

Post by Vision on Mon Apr 21, 2008 11:03 pm

Liberate yourself from television. Turn it off, permanently. It's useless.
I personally don't like Forex, stocks, and futures. I looked into them and found it too overwhelming and plagued with uncertainty. Don't get involved unless you the ability to get into it full-time. A degree in finance would also help out with it.
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Re: Jack of all trades...Master of none

Post by rohseq on Thu May 22, 2008 1:51 pm

Hi there,

i can completely relate to your situation. Been There, Done That.

There was just one thing that helped me.

I spoke to the person who knows me best, (my wife). I put my proposals in front of her and asked her to write down my strengths and weaknesses on 2 separate pieces of paper.

then i asked her to read through the list of things I wanted to do.

I told her to observe me at work, in my behavior and the way i conducted myself over a period of 1 month.

Honestly speaking, my wife was the person who knew me the best, spent the most time with me and was my closest ally. I knew that she would be one of the best judges to help me decide. If i was to do this on my own I would be completely biased.

to make a long story short........ she ended up giving me very valuable advice on which i based my priorities and ended up playing to my strengths.

Also marcus Buckinghams Book : Now Discover your strengths and the strength finder profile really helped me.

Currently I own 3 manufacturing facilities and have successfully started 2 other non related ventures.

I used my strengths in such a way that I focused them in 1 venture completely. I set goals and milestones and a deadline for when i would start a new venture. I did the same thing the next venture.

My humble advice is to get someone you trust and try what I did.

Regards

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