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Learn Through Trial and Error - RAMMFIT

Learn Through Trial and Error - RAMMFIT
Trial and error is a fundamental method of problem solving. It is characterized by repeated, varied attempts which are continued until success. It's time consuming and it's littered with temporary defeat but in my humble opinion, it will be a vital ingredient to your success. Here's why.
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You may learn from other people and in fact, I encourage you to look around at what other people are doing. I do it, everyone does it at some point but use what other people may be doing as a template. What ultimately works for you is something you need to be figuring out because no two paths are the same. Sure, there are a lot of other people doing what you're doing, you may not be the first, but it's your job to find a better way of doing it or making a better version of what you're making. Copying someone else will end in failure because you won't have the ability to predict what they're going to do next. Your ability to persevere while you're tinkering will ultimately set you up for success.
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 Another reason is, you need to have a basic understanding of every part of your business and you can only do that by educating yourself on subjects like finance, marketing, advertising, branding, photography, podcasting, production, editing, website design, funnels, selling, building relationships with the right people and more. You don't have to get a degree, in fact this is better. You're learning through trial and error.
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Trial and error is one of the most useful forms of learning. When we make an error or fail at something, we give ourselves an opportunity to analyze that mistake, make changes and try again. This time from experience.
Keep winning, stay posititive and remember that it's on you to do it, no body cares. They're all too busy being the hero in their own story and it's time for you to do the same.
 
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