Entrepreneurial Skills


No one ever turned rich by working a 9-5 job. The only way to freedom is through entrepreneurship. And ideally through online entrepreneurship which is the type that lets you work from anywhere. But in order to jump into the entrepreneurship train you need to learn solid marketing & business skills. Luckily for you, Life Proficiency is a great place to be.

The 3 main pillars of Entrepreneurship that you need to focus on are:

Online Presence

Your 1st step towards greatness is to build a website that you own and have full control over it.

Content Creation

Next you need to create content to educate your target audience on why they need what you're selling.

Marketing Strategy

Finally you need to make sure your clients get to see your content and product/service by developing a solid marketing strategy.

Below are the most important articles I've published on how you can reach your ideal client and use powerful tools to create killer content and a stunning website.

Online Marketing Hacks

Online marketing is your gateway towards making sales. You can't just build something and hope people will find it themselves.

Indirect Marketing aka the Way to Build a Brand
How to Harness the Power of Testimonial Advertising in 3 Steps
Offline vs Online Methods of Advertising
5 Free Ways to Get Traffic to your Website
The Absolute Beginners Guide to Facebook Advertising

Tools & Content Strategy

Using the correct tools and developing an effective content strategy is the easiest and most startup-friendly way to run a successful online business.

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Keep Growing your Entrepreneurial Skills and Enjoy your Journey to Success

You should listen to me, because I've studied Entrepreneurship at a university, right? Wrong! A teacher (an employee) is never going to teach you how to run a successful business.

Then how? The only way to do it is by trying out yourself. There is no real value in learning the theory behind the lean startup method, if you never start your own startup.

How about getting a job? Isn't this easier? 

Definitely. But it's also boring and makes you feel like a prisoner. On the other hand, starting your own business is something more difficult, but this is exactly what makes it exciting.

Learn through failure

You build your first website and it looks like crap. Don't get disappointed. Keep improving and refining it instead until it offers the best user experience to your online visitors.

Your write your first blog post and it's a bunch of text stacked on top of each other without clear keywords and with no call to actions for you audience.

Again, you should not get disappointed. No one is born a master blogger. However, everyone who puts in the work to learn how to write blog posts that people love to read, eventually gets rewarded.

You try your first Facebook ad and you end up throwing money into the ocean. But, that's usually the case. It takes time to be great at online advertising.

It takes time to build something unique

Have you noticed the common denominator to success yet? Time!

You can't expect to turn millionaire in a single day. It's going to take years and months until your skills and experience will lead you to success and freedom.

So, how can you know whether you can make it?

It's simple. If you have the patience to wait for years until you succeed, then you'll succeed. If you enjoy the journey then you are meant to become an entrepreneur.

If you can't wait though and you want succeed now then feel free to leave this website, go to LinkedIn and apply for a job there.

If you're still here with me, don't get discouraged when you'll fail. Learn from your mistakes. That's the only way to improve and get better at your craft.

If you're ready to level up, Life Proficiency has the content and guidance for you.