Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth. – 2 Timothy 2:15
See you in Church!
I think Dad’s obsessed with grass and cutting grass.
He says, “Look how much better the Front yard looks.”
“It looks great,” I said. Come in and let’s eat dinner.
He says, “we’ll have to hurry I still have the Back Yard to do.”
Do you have anyone that is obsessed with how your yard looks?
Perfect mowing job or lack of mowing?
“Opportunities don’t happen. You create them.” –Chris Grosser
You wake up every morning with the option of being anyone you wished. How beautiful it is … if you always chose yourself.”
From Forbes 12 ideas to forward opportunities:
1. Believe in Yourself
You can’t take action until you believe in yourself enough to handle the consequences of your decisions. Any time you assume the responsibility to give something that had not existed before an opportunity to become a reality – you become accountable for your actions. Accountability requires believing in yourself enough to be 100% dedicated to getting the work done.
2. Create Your Own Personal Board of Advisors
Learn from those who have done it before. Don’t ever think you have all of the answers, just because it’s your idea. Ideation is distinctly different than execution. Allow your personal board of advisors to guide you with wisdom born from their own failures and subsequent successes. I talked to a couple of fellow entrepreneurs about this and they offered some of their own wisdom. In the end, carefully evaluate any input that you get – but proceed with your own gut instinct.
3. Embrace Risk as Your Best Friend
Risk becomes your best friend when you give birth to an idea. If you can accept this fact, you will approach the process with a lens that keeps your dreams and ambitions in perspective and on track. When things don’t go as planned along the way, stay focused on the mission at hand and do not allow disruption to set you backward. Risk is normal and steps #1 and #2 will keep you looking forward.
4. Be Extremely Patient
Compromise is a choice, not a sacrifice. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself. Take the time to appreciate the journey and understand how things work. Most people are too anxious to get their desired results and thus start to make bad decisions as they go. One thing is certain: the journey will be filled with unexpected outcomes that you may not be prepared to deal with. Constantly reevaluate those with whom you are sharing the journey (i.e., your inner circle).
5. Learn How to Sell Your Vision
Converting your idea to a reality requires you to help others understand your vision. Simplicity is the key to selling the vision for your idea. Clearly define your value proposition and how it can generate revenue. Selling lofty ideas without understanding how it will achieve financial results will never get you the right audience. The bottom line is what gets everyone’s attention (you can see this played out every week on the TV show).
6. Connect the Dots Along the Way
Everything is connected to something else. Learn how to spot the paths of connectivity along the journey.
There are 6 more Ideas to forward Vision. Go Here.