You may set out to solve one problem, and come out solving a completely different one. That’s the beauty of entrepreneurship–your best ideas can surprise you. But they can’t if you stay locked onto one idea of How Things Should Be, one way of getting there. You may call it persistence; I call it a waste of energy and time.
You not only must allow your problem and approach to EVOLVE, but you must be willing to cut your losses, switch horses, change up the game when you realize what you’re doing isn’t working. I know too many people who won’t let go because they’re afraid it means they’re a failure, or wrong. That’s not reality; that’s story (and ego). And it’s getting in your way. The best entrepreneurs stay light on their feet. And just as they’re unafraid to tackle a problem, they’re also ok with letting one go.
I have no ambitions for fame or recognition…I aspire to feel accomplished, satisfied, fulfilled… and to have a bit of fun in the interim
Very funny :)
Very inspirational video
Not all those who wander are lost
Looking forward to covering the events at Star Wars Celebration VI at the Orange County Convention Center this weekend!! We’ll be representing “Periodico El Expresso”, one of the largest news and media companies in Puerto Rico.
Frozen in fear, you avoid responsibility because you think your experience is beyond your control. This stance keeps you from making decisions, solving problems, or going after what you want in life.
I love this! Very applicable for creative types.
(special thanks to Ryan Edgefactory Omnimedia for finding this)