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Your business vision needs you to show up! (Video)

Sometimes you dig so deep into your soul to achieve your business vision, that life feels that the world is not giving you anything back. However, to make great things, may take a change of perspective, because it is in those deepest darkest hours that the saying ‘these are all lessons GOD would have us learn’, becomes so pertinent.

Here are some of the lessons we can learn from our business struggles:

    1. Change your perspective
    2. Know that obstacles are not there to stop you, but as a leverage for you to step/harness yourself for better things.
    3. Have clarity in your vision
    4. Accept that to achieve your vision it will cost you.  However, you decide if you want to pay the price.
    5. Recognise that your vision may not manifest itself in a way that you thought it would.
    6. Understand that you are in control of your choices.
    7. Recognise that not everything is in your power, but you do have the ability to choose how you react to everything.
    8. Accept that there are many travelling in your direction, but only you running in your lane.
    9. Recognise that those around you will only support you when you put in the work.
    10. Accept that you are enough to achieve your vision.

Live your life and stay focused on achieving your business vision, the world needs you to be your best.

Look out for  Global Entrepreneurship Week -18th – 24th November 2019 for a wide array of activities, events and tools to keep your business growing.

However, we have a question for you – what does the pain of realising your vision look like to you?

2 Responses so far.

  1. FP Comms says:

    It is great to have your views and commentary. We are pleased to know that we have active readers and supporters. We will continue to build and develop the content.

  2. The tips provided in this blog is defiantly from an emotional viewpoint rather than just the business point of view.

    Although, I love your blogs, especially the one on Sister Act – (funny). It would be great to receive more blogs on practical business advice. Especially things like increasing sales, encouraging people to buy tickets for your events early.

    Keep the blogs coming!

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