Is It OK To Do Things You Hate In A Startup?

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Is It OK To Do Things You Hate In A Startup?

So the first thing I’m gonna tell you and this is a little contradictory to what some people say. The first thing that I’ll tell you is that somebody told me once that if you do what you love you’ll never work a day in your life. That doesn’t mean you won’t wake up and go to a job.

It just means that because you love what you do, it doesn’t feel like work and so the first key is picking something that you don’t hate. Now for a lot of younger people who are just kind of building themselves up in life you might have to do some things that you hate until you can do what you love and that’s okay.

So first and foremost the second thing that I will share with you that’s been very helpful to me and I think probably could be helpful to your listeners as well is that we are all humans. One of my mentors told me that behind every deal is always a human being. Everything that you see around you was sold to one human from another human at some point in time. So what does that mean?

That means that we have to recognize that we too are humans and we are fallible. So for example you know what food is good for you but if you keep junk food in the house at a certain point you’re gonna just grab for that thing. That’s not so good for you. Why?

Because you’re just human, you’re vulnerable. So the more intelligent person, the sneaky player would say I’m not going to put the food that I don’t want to eat close to me or in the house. Even I’m not even going to buy it because I know my vulnerabilities. Now that is a person that’s really realized.

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Now knowing this information what you have to know is that our brains, our neurochemistry works on feedback loops so it’s like a circle. Now if we are constantly putting input into this machine and there’s no output coming out we are going to move to something that’s giving us greater output or some output at all right?

If we keep banging on a rock right our steel wall and no one’s answering we just keep at some point we’re gonna stop banging right? But if we bang and someone says hello and we bang and bang and someone says yes and we bang and bang and the door opens a little bit we’re gonna keep banging harder and harder until that door opens.