Saturday, 10 September 2011

Replacing common myths by effective truths (Part 5 of 9)

The bigger the falsehood, the less that will remain of your independence.

If you subscribe to misrepresentations, they will erode your entrepreneurial abilities. You will forsake your initiative and become psychologically dependent. How can you replace common myths by effective truths?

[1] Misplaced hope should make way for initiative: Do you ever tell yourself that someone, somewhere is going to recognize your talent? Good things do not necessarily happen to those who wait long enough.

The effective truth is that, if your talents are underutilized, you'd better take action to promote them. It is up to you to improve your situation.

To be continued in the next post.


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