Defining your goal is the first step to reaching it and it’s crucial to define it correctly. But you’ll never reach your goal unless you create an action plan to get there. An action plan works like a roadmap. To get from here to there when you’re driving, you have to know where to go.
Does your Idea Bank look like an overflowing sink? Stacked to the rafters, an array of dirty dishes begging to be cleaned? Are you collecting all sorts of ideas but still do not know what to do with them? I was interviewed on Thinking Aloud with Ayo (TAWA) radio show last week and we discussed
I am sure you are thinking, wait a minute, can a distraction be a good thing? Yes it can be. Good distractions are those tasks we justify even though they are hampering our big visions. Those big plans for business expansion, new product, starting a social enterprise, new business venture, collaboration, writing a book etc.
This is the most common question prospects ask me when considering packaging their passion. They usually want to know which idea they should focus on, the ones to discard or leave for another time. When I started Business First Steps, one of the cardinal sins I used to commit back then was to develop products