Entrepreneurs need to think like a grandmaster.
So how do you do that?
There are 4 key principles in chess that you can apply in your business as an entrepreneur.
1. Developing your pieces in very active squares - this means looking at your forces and make sure that they are all active. It could be your social media, paid advertising, email marketing etc.
2. King safety - just like in Chess, you need to prioritize the safety of your business. Don't do anything that has the potential of ruining you or ruining your business.
3. Improve your worst place piece - optimize and improve your worst pieces of your business.
4. Think in terms of scenarios and possibilities - Don't just pick one path and go down it think in terms of multiple paths.
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