No, this is the way of big companies and goverment. Why do you think entrepreneurs beat big business? We are there.
I just resdesigned a website for an 300 member chamber of commerce...Let`s see 24 hour turnaround equaled wildy happy client and client`s members, too.....What are you waiting for? Time to make the donuts!
I am entirely right. I cannot tell you how many clients I have who are the best at what they do. The problem is they procrastinate and waste time.
It is nice to be on the bench but if you really want to play, you`d better do the work to have some game..
It`s okay if you don`t play because the other guy will and you can`t start at 40....
You`re a mess!!
One of the worst traits I can think of in another human being is their idea of themselves being entirely right. I told you, you have good points and you`re right in some areas of your thought process...but you`re definitely not 100% right. Leave yourself some room to grow inside of your rightful thinking.
Thanks Coach, for the pep talk...but realistically, most entreprenuers don`t jump right in...they make it happen while they work other jobs until the time is right. We don`t procrastinate, persay, we work our regular jobs and take extra hours out of our days to drive this business on the side. I think your situation may be unique because you can jump write in.
You make me laugh, thanks for the posts.
DING, wrong answer, again!
Enterpreneurs are the people who do the unexpected, jump on the train before it is safe. Seize the day....
Now let`s test this out...."We had problems, my partner this, my wife that, the dog across the street the other thing." All excuses and none up them put dollars in your pocket.
I equally enjoy being wrong because when I am wrong I do my best learning and innovating. I figure if I have to run into a brick wall, I may as well take my best shot at knocking it down.
In this particular matter your perspective is wildly off course. The little guy is is the one who gets out there and just does it.
Jump into life, you only live once....It does make all the difference. (And the secret is it really is a lot of fun.)
You`re aggressive, that`s for sure. There`s no wrong or right in our back and forth. You have valid points and I have valid points. I`ve jumped on...I`ve put up capital and begun the steps to being succesful. I have a career that outweighs my entreprenuerial potential at this point...but without playing baseball, my credentials to drive this company change dramatically. I think you have to think inside the box to get outside of the box here....believe me, I understand your thinking...my wife owns her own business and they did what you`re saying to do...but they HAD to do that, jump in...caution to the wind...all of that. I also own a quarter of an indoor baseball facility and two real estate LLCs. I`ve taken that step. These are going to be estimated risks in showcaseUsport`s case...b/c if I don`t play these cards right, I will lose the majority of my credibility with the customer base. So, I ride the fence until I have the demo in hand...then, I can attack aggresively, but precisely.
Thanks again...not wrong, but NOT right.
PS This is fun...I do agree with you...but not from my company`s point of view
LOL, I think you have something many of us did not in the begining. A talent that gives you the resources to be involved with lots of great stuff. For you the goal is to leverage these talents.
Don`t get me wrong I don`t put that down. I was a foster parent for many years and I had some kids who were very gifted althletes. I soon learned my biggest job was teaching them how hard they had to work that talent to bes the best they could be. One of my kids was so good he barely had to work to succeed. He compared himself to everyone else not realizing the talent in college would be something altogether different.
For many people it is about paying the next car payment, or the next mortage. It paying the electric bill while putting off the gas bill. When you`ve felt that pain or you wonder if you can buy groceries you either forge through it, or you are crushed by it.
Anytime I have piddled around it has been a dumb move, and I see my clients doing the same thing. The successful clients are the ones who go out there and just do it.