Are you interested in becoming an entrepreneur? Do you have what it takes to become an entrepreneur?
As some of you know, I’m writing a book that I’ve titled “Bible Secrets for Startups and Entrepreneurs” and will be out in a few months. Part of what I have done is to research the various attitude and cultures that affect not only me, but those that I work with.
Watch this video and then engage with me about this subject.
I have been on a tear these last few months on a new project, a new book. It’s titled “Bible Secrets for Startups and Entrepreneurs” that is meant for Christians, Jews, and anyone that is interested in what the Bible has to say about business.
All of us need a purpose, a path, to which we need to focus our time and energy on, and when we don’t have it, we feel lost. Last fall I met with a few individuals and they all said that I and a “deer in the headlights” look about me. I sort had an idea of what to do, but had lost my direction. That is, until.
Until I met someone that because of our similar backgrounds we were able to see some issues that needed to be addressed.
When you’re working in a job or doing a job, you only see what is in front of you, rarely looking up or taking the time to see what is around you. Here is a perfect example of someone that not only shows, but demonstrates to others the potential and possibilities that are in front of them.
I was recently told that I needed to prove that I was an expert to my audience. Yes, PROVE, that I am an expert at what I do. With that statement I am able to debunk it rather quickly with a real life example. One in which early in my writing career, i.e. my first book, I was able to see past this issue because of this one example.
You’ve heard the saying, practice makes perfect, right? We’ve all head it, but has anyone ever analyzed this saying to figure out what it really means in the working or entrepreneurial world?
Well, I’m going to show you why that statement is wrong and what can be said to make it correct and accurate.
There are three levels of practicing something, they are:
I hear lot of talk in the media about the “20 over 20″ or the “30 over 30″ years old that are taking names in the area of startups, but you don’t hear much about older folks who change their lives by heading in another direction.
Here’s the story about a 70 year old body builder who’s changing the perception of what “old” is: