All Entrepreneurs Aren’t Created Equal
of the 100 Day Challenge
Hey guys. Hope you're having a fantastic day.
I gotta run something by you really quick today. Ok...here goes!
I was just on a hangout a couple of hours ago. Myself along with about three other entrepreneurs.
We're were discussing this new technology that we had just gotten our hands on a few days ago.
Well, I say a few days ago, but actually it's a new version of it.
It's something that we all use in our businesses frequently.
While we were talking, one guy in particular was sharing his feelings. He went on and on about the negative aspects of how this tool couldn't do what he needed.
Granted. I understand.
This is your business and you need to run it as effective as possible. With that being said, I agreed with him.
You see, when you're in business, your goal is to move it forward. With whatever available means and resources.
Focusing your energy on what doesn't work doesn't serve you. It's not profitable for you in that regard.
Therefore, the best way is to utilize what you can and let the rest take care of itself.
I remember a mentor of mine that said these words. "Don't focus on getting it perfect, but focus on getting it going.
Why would he say such a thing?
Because if you're waiting for stuff to get perfect, you'll never get anything done.
The same as with my marketing buddy. There are enough things going right for him, that he would be so much further in his goals than complaining about what's not right.
Have you found yourself in that predicament before?
Just wanting everything to be absolutely perfect before launching?
It's called "paralysis by analysis". It will not serve you well. It paralyzes you.
It stunts your growth and development.
Think about Apple (TM).
You've seen several iPhones released over the last few years. They started out with version 1.0.
Released it to the public for personal use.
Got the feedback and more than likely heard a few complaints.
But...what did they do?
They released an update in version 1.01.
When more issues arrived, they released other updates.
Until they had a stable release.
You see, they could've waited and waited and never released the iPhone. But they knew the proper way to do it.
They weren't going to focus on what they thought was wrong. They focused on the product that would get them out of the gate.
and you should too.
As an entrepreneur, you've got to be on the cutting edge. Totally different from most entrepreneurs who are looking for reasons not to do something.
By doing that, they only kill their businesses in the short term. While you're able to make huge strides.
Stand out above the crowd.
Be all that you can be and let your business explode with greater degrees of success.
You're the one that make it happen every day my friend.
til next time,