The world's richest man has these mantras for success

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at a conference, he gave out sure suggestions and advice about being a hit.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is the  world’s  richest man and recently at a conference he gave out sure suggestions and advice about being a hit. Bezos was speaking at the re:Mars conference in Las Vegas and was requested for simple commercial enterprise advice . As in step with a record, here’s what Bezos had to say about positive matters:

1. When asked about bringing real passion to commercial enterprise :-

Bezos said “You’ll be competing against individuals who are passionate . . . You have to be a missionary, not a mercenary. And, ironically, the missionaries come to be making more money.”

2. You are going to fail a lot :-

The CEO of Amazon had this to say about failures, “We need big failures in order to move the needle. If we don’t, we’re not swinging enough. You really should be swinging hard, and you will fail, but that’s okay. When you swing hard in baseball, the maximum number of runs you can get is four. When you swing hard in business, you can get 100 runs. So you really should swing hard, and you are going to fail a lot, and you need a culture that supports that. When do you know when to stop? When the last champion is ready to throw in the towel, it’s time to stop. And usually, that last champion is me.”

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3. On taking risks all the time :-

When asked about taking risks, the world’s richest man said, “If you have a business idea with no risk, it’s probably already being done. You’ve got to have something that might not work. It will be, in many ways, an experiment. We take risks all the time, we talk about failure.”

4. On being right :-

“People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. People who are right a lot change their mind without a lot of new data. They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don’t change your mind frequently, you’re going to be wrong a lot. People who are right a lot want to dis-confirm their fundamental biases. “