For example, the last time I hired was a junior microprocessor designer with specific hardware design skills. Now the engineer I ended up hiring was so good at his job that he ended up leaving the company for another position. But was his departure disastrous for the company? not real. I just replaced him with another engineer of similar caliber . my point of view? When you are hired by a company for a specific position, you are basically replaceable . All aspects of the job can be taught. Especially in the case of engineers, you end up competing with people younger than you who know more than you . On the other hand, can I be replaced on my e-commerce store or my blog?
As long as I am the boss . Lesson 5 - You have to create your own luck Luck is always a factor when it comes to success in business and life . But have you noticed that some people are always luckier than others ? When good things seem to happen by chance targeted email list time and time again, it's no longer luck. is skill. A reader once asked me if I could replicate my success if I started from scratch . The answer is absolut
e. If I lose everything and have to start from scratch, I believe I can rebuild everything in 5-10 years . When it comes to getting lucky, it's like playing the lottery . The busier you are, the more lottery tickets you get. For example, without my podcast and blog.
I would never "randomly" come across sponsors who support me every day. If I don't go to the meeting, I'll never meet my business partner. When you present yourself on your blog, podcast or YouTube channel, you are building a unique brand that will naturally attract others. Because I've covered e-commerce strategy for over a decade, I'm now well-known in the field. So guess what? Whenever someone needs help in this department, they are naturally drawn to me. Now, is it pure luck that potential students can find me? Absolutely.