There’s Opportunity in Your Purpose
valuable it is, you might also consider all of the things that could devour its
health and longevity. Think about that. Now transition this thought to your
business. What is your business purpose and value? What jeopardizes its health
and sustainability? Often as business owners we depart from this way of
thinking, but being able to quickly recognize this “slip” will help you “fall”
back into place. Staying focused on the purpose of having a business will ultimately keep you
its fullest potential due to poor alignment. Take the time out to “check
yourself” before you wreck yourself and miss opportunities that are in plain sight.
on others to birth your vision
vision has been assigned directly to you to birth. Although a well-qualified
team can help you deliver, monitor and nurture your baby; they can’t help you
birth it for you. Don’t sabotage your opportunities by depending on others to
birth your vision. Do the work!
your thoughts and devise a plan for your business activities. Planning yields
measurable results, while making impulsive decisions yields unknown results.
Remember that you’re in business to embrace growth and eliminate
stagnation. Don’t plan to fail!
ultimate goal to having a business is to make a profit. Making unnecessary
purchases or using your financial resources ineffectively will put you in the
red before you see the color green. Let
every dollar make cents!
day, minute and second is an opportunity to manifest your purpose. Procrastinating
on executing your next step not only hinders your growth, but puts you at risks
of losing valuable relationships. Clients need immediate solutions and when you
don’t respond quick enough, oh well consider that opportunity lost. Don’t drop the ball!
you are yielding multi-millions each year, having a “you can’t tell me nothing,
I’m the expert, this is what I do” attitude will dissolve potential
opportunities before they form. Your actions will show what you know. Instead
of saying that you know it all, show that you’re willing to learn more. Even
millionaires will tell you that they don’t know everything. Perfection is a
constant craft. Be a never-ending
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