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I love to learn and be inspired, don’t you?
Whether it’s music, beautiful locations or world-changing ideas.
But there is a big difference between using someone’s ideas to get your creative juices flowing and flat out stealing someone else’s stuff.When it comes to both money and creativity, there's always more where that came from. Click To Tweet
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Well, I have another word for it. As you’ll see, I get pretty fired up about this. That’s because this is a really important topic.
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying that there are no “new” ideas. I’ll be the first to share that everything I know and teach, I’ve learned from someone else.
I’m constantly feeding my brain with new ideas from family, friends, books, blogs, audios, teachers and mentors.
But I also work really hard to give credit where credit is due, and revamp old ideas with a fresh perspective.
Today’s video is all about giving you the tools to deal with this sticky “copy cat” situation that WILL happen to you at some point (especially as you get more successful).
In the comments below, share two specific insights you gained from this video and how they will impact your business.
Or if you have strategies for dealing with copycats, let me know that too.
This is such a juicy subject, let’s get some group wisdom going on!
Please share as much detail as possible in your comment as your insight might be just what someone else needs to read to have a breakthrough.
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