Some people start a business because they want to “create” something. They fancy themselves as inventors or even artists.
For example, think of those TV shows where people invent crazy contraptions and pitch them to a panel of investors, who usually tell them how worthless their product really is.
This is one of the worst possible reasons to start a business.
It’s all fun and games until you realize that your beloved work of art does not make any money.
Although I didn’t go into business purely for creative reasons, I did fall into the trap of thinking that the key to success was uniqueness.
For my first four years, I tried to come up with inventions that would “stand out” because no one else was doing them. I reasoned, they’d do well because there was no competition.
The truth is, if no one is already doing it, it’s probably because there’s no demand. This is why most inventions fail, and mine were no exceptions.
Franchisees, on the other hand, don’t try to be different. They copy what’s already being done, and they have a high probability of success because they’re using a proven system.
I started getting better results in my business once I stopped trying to create the next “groundbreaking” invention and started conforming to what was already being done in the market.
These days, my business is one of thousands built on the same proven system and I make a lot more money than I ever had a hope of making when I was relying on my own ideas.
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Tomorrow, I’m going to talk about the mistake that wasted more of my time than any other mistake.
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