Can a Startup Specialist be Successful Irrespective of Country, Culture, or Resources that He Has?
There are more than a hundred different countries in the world and within these countries are countless cultures, subcultures, and economics groups that each have different ways of doing things and different resources with which to do them. But all people from all cultures, be they rich or poor, male or female, have one thing in common: a desire to succeed. And this desire extends to those who wish to be startup specialists, which is an always growing field in our globalized business economy.
That being said it seems that people have a question on their mind: can a startup specialist be successful irrespective of country, culture, or resources that he has?
The short answer is simple: yes. If you work hard enough then you can become a successful Startup Specialist, regardless of where you come from or what you start with. You just need to put in the time and effort to get there. But make no mistake: it IS easier for people who are well off, people with the prior experience, or people who have many resources, to succeed. That’s just the nature of wealth—it makes things easier.
To start, we’ll assume that you’re reading this via a computer, so you already have at least one major resource in your corner. Your computer is a gateway to endless free knowledge and you need to take advantage of it. If you want to know something then use a search engine and find it out. If you want to learn how to run a startup then search for it. It’s out there and – chances are – you won’t have to pay any money for it. If you have access to a computer then you have access to free education on startups.
For the sake of argument, let’s assume you don’t own a computer. In that case, you need to seek out a library. If you’re in a country without libraries and you have no other means of educating yourself on startups then you need to move. If you don’t want to move then you don’t want to succeed badly enough. You may think you’re too poor, or that you don’t want to be away from your family, but if you truly want to be a Startup Specialist then you need to make compromises. Either success is most important to you or it isn’t.
Once you’re sufficiently educated on startups then you have a free license to call yourself a specialist. And that’s something you need to realize: anyone can call themselves a specialist. This won’t guarantee you a job by any means, but it’ll help sell you to people. You just need to be able to competently answer their questions and plan startups when hired. Offer your services for cheap to start and then charge more as you build your personal brand into something sought after. It might take months or it might take years, but if you keep plugging away you’ll make it.
What you do, how your ventures succeed (or fail), and what people say and share about your services will ultimately mean far more than wealth or the location.
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