Why entrepreneurs should master their minds
October 18, 2013 • Quotes
There are many things an entrepreneur can learn in life. And the really good entrepreneurs love to learn. But the greatest thing an entrepreneur can learn is to understand how his or her mind works. If you are an entrepreneur know that the business that you’ve created was created using your mind. Your business first manifested within your mind as an impulse from the superconscious. Then it become a pulse as you started to reflect on this inspirational idea and figure it out out in your intellectual mind. Then next came the toughest part of all, the creation of it. Finally, there it is manifested. Those are the four stages of creation. Impulse, pulse, creation and manifestation.
Now if you had a good understanding of the mind you’d be able to observe this process happening within your mind, guide it better and create more significant outcomes.
Understanding the mind also allows you better direct how your personal and family life unfolds as well. It’s the one thing that will uplift every area of your life and is well worth investing time and energy into understanding.
The mind is an entrepreneurs greatest business and personal asset.
Here’s a quote from probably one of America’s greatest entrepreneurs, Andrew Carnegie, on the importance of understanding the mind.
“The man who acquires the ability to take full possession of his own mind may take possession of anything else to which he is justly entitled.”
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