It is tempting for you to begin your search by evaluating this array of opportunities in a somewhat random fashion, rejecting many because they don’t “feel right” and accepting some as true possibilities because they look workable.
The fundamental flaw is that this approach fails to account for the most critical aspects of the decision - the ones that make the experience of success possible - and replaces them with the (poor) judgment of your subconscious emotions -something which is just slightly less reliable than the worst odds in a Las Vegas casino.
The reason the popular ‘random’ trial and error approach to finding the right business fails so miserably is that it fails to distinguish relevant options from irrelevant ones.
By ‘relevant’ I mean options that have a direct association or bearing on providing you a business that will deliver the rewarding and successful life you truly want.
These days, popular entrepreneurial mantras often extol the virtues of thinking outside the box
You regularly hear expressions like:
“Consider all options.”
“Break the boundaries that prevent you from innovating.”
“There are no wrong answers”
“Think outside the box”
“Reach outside your comfort zone”
But, in terms of addressing complex challenges like finding your perfect business, not all boundaries should be broken. In fact, in complex circumstances
unstructured thinking such as brainstorming is actually the least effective approach.
I have created a process which escorts you through an inner exploration to help you overcome the subconscious limiting beliefs and self-doubts that sabotage your efforts today and help you find a business that is the perfect match for you.
It is available to you free at www.theperfectbizfinder.com/blog
Let me suggest you begin with the article entitled “Generating Relevant Option”.
I also welcome the opportunity to help you one on one if you like.
With 38 years of business building success behind me I am 100% committed to helping people like you find and create your perfect business.
Sincerely and gratefully,