Living your life on autopilot can be a dangerous thing to do if you have no goal or plan to lead the life that you want.

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Written by HeatherStone
125 days ago

Interesting analogy, Sylviane. And this is especially true for the entrepreneur, I think. Thanks so much for sharing this post with the BizSugar community. We might say entrepreneurs must first take their lives off autopilot to find the new approach necessary to produce their unique business, product or service. Then perhaps, put themselves on autopilot once again after they have formulated the plan and need to move forward into execution. Both steps are necessary to achieve a goal. What would you say are the biggest mistakes a person can make in this process?

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