:-) Jcrew, you`re like a whole lot of other people. The problem is that
you don`t have time for a life, which, one would think, is fairly
It`s hard, though, to maintain a balance.
What`s come out of this topic is that people either get the concept of
folding their busy startup work into a lonnnnng-term plan.....or they
don`t. People who allow themselves to get overwhelmed, I think are
caught up in exactly what I`m proposing. They`re looking at things from
the point of view that it SHOULD be done!
That`s the problem: Expectations that thing SHOULD come to an end,
SHOULD slow down, SHOULD be controlled, and shouldn`t be in a constant
state of chaos!
ANY new venture is chaos! That`s part of the creative process! How
could something new come into existence if there isn`t room for it---if
all that`s possible has already been done? Only in chaos can creation
and *organization* take place. Chaos is the realm of potential---what
might be. Organization and being "done" is stasis---what`s already
As an entrepreneur, I believe we should come to terms with Chaos.
Understand it, know the benefits, discover how it works, and learn to
swim between what "is" and what "might be." Let go, don`t try to be
"done," and look at it as a grand adventure. ;-)