Looking for business building tips Brisbane? Try non-conformity!
In the area of career and vocation, conformity is getting a job, commuting to work each day and putting in a solid 8 hours or a stressful 10 hours, and doing much the same thing next day and every day after that until retirement. That’s what the vast majority of the working population does.
So many entrepreneurs choose to start a business specifically to get away from the herd mentality. They have a good idea; come across an opportunity; and give it a go. Money is usually a problem but as far as escaping the rut, the commute or the unreasonable boss goes, there is nothing to lose.
In Australia there is a social phenomenon where people of talent and achievement are resented and criticised if it is popularly perceived that they regard themselves as being a cut above the average Australian. It is called ‘the tall poppy syndrome’.
That is why many successful Australian entrepreneurs carefully craft their image as that of an ‘Aussie battler made good’, insisting that they are still Aussie battlers at heart, and always championing the cause of the everyday Australian.
I will continue on the need for a powerful business mind in my next business building blog. For more on breaking free of herd thinking, check out my Aikido Secrets blog at http://www.aikido-secrets-to-calm-success.com/
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Until next time!