About Josipher Walle
Hey, it Josipher.
I am happy you are here.
Have you ever read the book “Be Like Amazon?”
This book changes my life.
As a freelancer or entrepreneur, you can have two common mindsets:
- Money focus (the majority).
- Value-driven (the minority).
Both of these mindsets can lead you to success.
But there is a difference.
A money focus mindset measures its success as how much money was made.
The value-driven mindset measures its success by the value added.
Depending on which game you are playing, the results and effects of each mindset can differ a lot.
When you are money focus, you’re primarily forced to squeeze every bit out of your time and energy to drive you as much money or return on investment as fast as possible.
As an individual, this could mean working more hours, sleeping less, eating unbalanced, and resting less.
As a business, this could mean pushing your people to work more, focusing more, and using tactics to push the sales up to meet quarterly KPI, which leads to a hectic culture and unhealthy work-life balance.
When you focus on the value of giving, you primarily seek to manage your time and energy more carefully because you want to be as effective as possible to ensure you create the value you intend to. In the short term, this doesn’t lead to a lot of money, but in the long term, it will catapult as customers start to find and recognize your value.
The business game has been around for a long time and will be around for as long as humans exist. Many companies have come and gone, but the business game has managed to outlast all of them.
As Simon Sinek said:
“The game of business is by its very definition an infinite game. It preexisted before every single company on this planet ever existed.
And it will outlast every single company on this planet. But if you listen to the words of most companies, they don’t know the game they’re in.“
Which mindset will survive longer in a game that will outlast your existence? And also, which mindset will bring more money in consistently?
I chose a value-driven mindset because this has set me apart from most freelancers on Fiverr.
There is so much value for you and those you seek to add value to when you choose to have a value-driven mindset.
And it’s so simple.
You don’t have to be a genius.
You don’t need a college education.
You don’t even need to have much money.
You need to:
- Be empathetic.
- Ask questions.
- Be patients.
- Stay calm when others panic.
- Walk in the opposite direction than others.
- Be honest.
But it’s not for everyone.
Because you need to have courage.
The courage to do things differently than others seems to be risky in the beginning.
It sounds scary, right?
The 7 of those points mentioned above don’t bring the money right away, but the wonderful thing is that when practiced deliberately in the long run, they will get the money consistently.
Do you want to be lucky and make money once, or do you want to be value driven and make money constantly forever?
Like Amazon and Apple, I choose to focus on value driven.
I believe in adding value because it is the foundation to create happy customers.
To have the courage to go the extra mile to do something valuable for you.
To create a significant impact in you. No matter how small it is.
This is what drives me as an entrepreneur/ freelancer—helping you take you to grow your business.
Making an impact, one step and a time. Adding values patiently.
We’ve had three big ideas at Amazon that we’ve stuck with for 18 years, and they’re the reason we’re successful: Put the customer first. Invent. And be patient. By Jeff Bezos
I officially started my entrepreneurial journey in 2019, although I have been training since 2015.
More about my story will come below in the future.
I love what I do.
I wake up every day excited to help you grow your business.
Growth is my life.
If you are here out of curiosity, I appreciate your time.
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