Why Entrepreneurs Prefer Self-Development?

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Life is very unpredictable: anything can happen anytime! There is much craze in youngsters these days to become an entrepreneur. If you are one of those who doesn’t like to work for people and want to have your desired working hours or business, this article is a must read for you. An entrepreneur is someone who can sell his ideas and solve some problems. However, to be an entrepreneur, he needs to take a lot of experiences and learn from his mistakes from time to time.

How to learn from your mistakes?

The first and foremost thing to take a lesson from any mistake is to acknowledge them. Once you know what your mistake was, you can plan further for the correction and how you will tackle that problem in future.

How is self-development related to entrepreneurs?

We all will agree that there isn’t one person on this planet who hasn’t committed any single mistake. Making a mistake is very typical, but how many mistakes should we make? We often hear people saying, “We must learn from others mistake.” The fact is: When we don’t even learn from our mistakes properly, how will we learn from others?
Therefore, self-development is very crucial.

What is self-improvement?

If we go with Mantavya, Self-improvement or self development means improving yourself gradually!
Self-help is a very reliable and cheap source of improving oneself, which if used correctly can make a person achieve almost anything on this planet.
According to a survey conducted by Forbes, more than 95% of entrepreneurs believe in self-help and read around 50 books on an average in a year. We see how important they take it.

Below are the top reasons why entrepreneurs prefer it:

     There is a lot of difference between becoming and getting something. Many people are clear about what they are getting, but hardly we ask ourselves what are we becoming by doing this. When we start asking the question: “What am I becoming by doing this?” Or “What do I want to become?’ we come on the right track. Being in touch with self-development, lets an entrepreneur stay focused on his goals.
    “You are what you think!” It’s very true. Positive thinking and environment do pave the way to your success. Through self- help books, one becomes a positive person.
    To deliver excellent service, you need to think of others. The more you improve yourself, the more you have to offer to others as an entrepreneur.
    Money doesn’t matter, your skills do! If you have skills, you can make your empire anywhere. On the other hand, even if you have money, but lack skills, you are sure to doom. Through personal development, you learn how to have what you want and also, how to keep what you have & grow it further.
    A herd of sheep in the guidance of a Lion can win the battle, but the pride of lion in the leadership of a sheep can never lead to victory. Same is the case with our learning! We must be cautious while learning things from just anyone. People who have expertise in their fields are the only reliable one you should be trusting on. Experts write self help books and provide much wisdom at a small price. There cannot be another result-driving option better than self help if you don’t have much money to invest in yourself.
    Some of the best mentors can be found very quickly if you are into self-development. You learn at whatever time you want and gain as much knowledge as you wish. There is your control over it. You can learn at your own pace.
    Sometimes, you haven’t encountered the problem which you read about, but still, learn the possible better ways of handling them. It comes in handy when you face the same situation.
    It feels great when you meet someone after years, and the person gets amazed by looking at you for how much you have improved.


To conclude, there are many benefits to be taken from self-development, No doubt why 95% entrepreneur prefer it. I hope the above article gives you a right gist of it. Please comment and let us know.

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Self development   Infographic by Mantavya

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