Mistake # 2
The # 2 mistake, entrepreneurs make is to invest in things and technology before investing in self.
The biggest asset of an entrepreneur is self. Investing within is more critical than investing without. The criticality of this investment is captured powerfully by T Harv Eker: Your income will only grow to the extent you do.
No amount of external investment will bear returns without required internal expansion and clearing of internal, sub-conscious blocks. Your external growth is a manifestation of your internal growth and inspired action.
Investing in your internal growth, altering your mind-set, clearing of blocks from your unconscious; developing your intuitive faculties and taking inspired action will give you priceless returns.
So, limited investment; unlimited returns – what more would a smart entrepreneur want?