[BMUP] What will I get as a result?

Business mindset is good, but still… I really appreciate pragmatism in people. When a person’s efforts are aimed at obtaining a result and he moves towards his goal: this is what I want, this is what I need for this, this is what I will get in the end, and if I lack something (resources or knowledge), I definitely know that the knowledge or resources I need can always be found. For about a month I have been talking with students of our new Business Mindset Upgrade Program (BMUP) and those who write and ask questions about this program. You[…]

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The brain of an entrepreneur looks for opportunities

Yours can do it as well, because we have the similar brains How much do people differ from each other? Yes, we have different appearances, eye color, hair – everything that we received from our parents from birth. But how deep is the difference between the brain of one person and the brain of another person? At the physiological level, at the moment of birth the difference is quite small. Further changes in the way we think and the way we behave are a matter of environment and upbringing — the examples we see, the experience we got in childhood[…]

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[personal story] A forced jump above the Chief Technology Officer position

Where to grow from the Chief Technical Officer? I had a college mate. While still in the 4th year of studies he was lucky to find a wonderful woman with whom he created a family. They are still together, have children – everything turned out great. Except for one thing – he is constantly trying to find himself and changing jobs. When they got married, the bride’s father suggested my mate open a small business, a small production of frozen ready-to-cook food. The man had been in this business for a long time and was ready to welcome a new[…]

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[BMUP] Invitation to the seminar about the program

March 25, 2021 – sign up for the seminar It would seem that business is a simple thing: you try something, if it works, you repeat and try to scale it up, if it doesn’t work, you turn it off and don’t do it. So it might seem 🙂 But what if you offered something to a client, but he didn’t need it at the moment? Offer a second time? And then a third time? How to make sure that you do not get too bothersome and do not cross the line between “reminding about yourself” and “driving someone sick[…]

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Where you look, there you will get

Logic of management What could you have missed? — We live in a skillset-driven society— Automatic ants in the head— How many satellites were launched solely on motivation— How to do the splits?— 92% of people treat mistakes as a stop factor— Want to learn a language? Learn the language (isn’t it logical?)— [BMUP] Program for entrepreneurs with a stupid acronym 🙂— The principle of a pickled cucumber— What will you be when you grow up?   Last time (if you managed to find several minutes for yourself), we agreed to try to do a simple exercise. 👉 Please write 5-7 points that describe your work in 5-7 years. How[…]

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[exercise for 2 minutes] What will you be when you grow up?

Two halves of your professional and career profile What could you have missed? — We live in a skillset-driven society— Automatic ants in the head— How many satellites were launched solely on motivation— How to do the splits?— 92% of people treat mistakes as a stop factor— Want to learn a language? Learn the language (isn’t it logical?)— [BMUP] Program for entrepreneurs with a stupid acronym 🙂— The principle of a pickled cucumber Hello, My diploma supervisor at the first university said a long time ago that he would invite me to give open lectures about the work of a manager. At first I thought it would happen[…]

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The principle of a pickled cucumber

Charged for success (?) What have we already talked about in this discussion about changing the mindset?— We live in a skillset-driven society— Automatic ants in the head— How many satellites were launched solely on motivation— How to do the splits?— 92% of people treat mistakes as a stop factor— Want to learn a language? Learn the language (isn’t it logical?) Several years ago, I found myself in Boston at a marketing conference. Apart from the fact that the “Boston Tea Party” took place here and started a movement, which turned into the beginning of the United States War of[…]

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[BMUP] Program for entrepreneurs with a stupid acronym :)

Enrollment is open: proceed to the reception What have we already discussed on changing the mindset? — We live in a skillset-driven society— Automatic ants in the head— How many satellites were launched solely on motivation— How to do the splits?— 92% of people treat mistakes as a stop factor— Do you want to master a language? Learn a language then (It makes sense, doesn’t it?) Business Mindset Upgrade Program – BMUP Yes, the name turned out to be long, the acronym is not very good either, but it seems that’s not the main in launching a program.We would like to show you what kind of[…]

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Do you want to master a language? Learn a language then (It makes sense, doesn’t it?)

You cannot operate with unknown concepts What have we already talked about in this discussion about changing the mindset? – We like in skillset-driven society– ANTs in your mind– How many satellites were launched based on motivation only– How to do the splits– 92% of people treat a mistake as a stop factor If you decide to google the topic “how to change your mindset”, in half of the articles you will find such advice: you need to change the language in which you speak and think. A few examples with which I want to illustrate this point. 🔴 First story:[…]

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92% of people treat mistake as a stop factor

8% of people are ready to get refusal and make mistakes What have we already discussed about mindset changing?— We like in skillset-driven society— ANTs in your mind— How many satellites were launched based on motivation only— How to do the splits If you look at the world of big business, it may seem to be inhabited by aliens – they think differently, they use other abstractions, they are not afraid to take risks and make responsible decisions, and so on. We are very, very similar by nature: we have poor reactions to loud sounds (claps or shots) and the[…]

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