Advice They Never Told You – 12. Be Underqualified


June 22, 2013 by Liberty

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Too many people avoid important decisions by claiming that they’re not qualified. People avoid making investment decisions, technology decisions, and management decisions and claim that it’s in their best interest. The problem is that it almost always ends up costing more.

Now is always more valuable than later. If you don’t do something now, you may never do it. If you do it now then it’s done. It’s better to be under-qualified and spin your wheels a little than to delay something until it never gets done.

Do things that you don’t think you’re smart enough to do. You will make mistakes but you will be learning faster than you’d ever learn with books or formal education.

The longer you wait, the tougher the competition is getting.

Do what you want to do NOW. Don’t wait for the someday that never comes.

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