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According to Dr. Joe Dispenza, there are three stages to learning something new: 1, thinking; 2, doing; and 3, being. When we start learning something new, by ourselves or taught by someone, we progress through these stages.

Learning to move!

Let’s take learning how to dance salsa for the first time. Learning anything with the body comes with foundational basics that you need to learn first and with salsa you start with the basic footwork, body positioning and how to hold your partner before moving on to more advanced moves.

If you’ve ever tried to move your body in new ways (dancing, yoga…


Think, refine and spend more time researching and creating your strategy over chasing the market for your share of the pie.

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A set of vintage lights hanging from a ceiling.

Understand the space your in

Start by looking at the space and checking out the competition.

Surprisingly, this is something a lot of people skip. Understandably, you’re probably excited about this new idea and just want to get started on building the solution, or you’re afraid of finding another product or service vert similar to your idea. The latter doesn’t matter much because execution is everything and building on existing business models is great because you have an existing market to tap in to…

Umut Ahmet

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