Aren’t you tired of living an unfulfilled life! You go to bed every night with a feeling of emptiness, because you have so much in your head and in your heart that you’d like to accomplish, but you’ve done little to nothing to actualize your vision. You’ve heard people say your entire life that you’ve got potential, but what does that even mean?
I must admit that I get so annoyed when I hear the word “potential”. Potential describes chance, luck, and uncertainty. To have potential, means that you possibly could or could not achieve, and accomplish your dreams. Stop being content with your potential to be successful and just do it! I don’t mean to over simplify your journey to success, but the problem most people have is that we over analyze ourselves out of the actual execution of our passions.
Many of us have the potential to be successful entrepreneurs. Though this may be true, it is honestly irrelevant! We all have the potential to be an entrepreneur, if we have the desire, passion and determination to do so. It is not enough to just have potential. If you have a great business idea, that’s great! The next step is to develop a plan. Get the ideas out of your head and onto a sheet of paper. If you really want to be successful, you’ve got to GET REAL. You’ve got to really plan, really prepare, and really execute!
“WRITE IT DOWN ON REAL PAPER, WITH A REAL PENCIL, AND WATCH SHIT GET REAL”
The key to success is eliminating self doubt. If you want to be successful, you must wholeheartedly believe in your skills and talents. You must be determined to develop a plan, and then fervently execute the plan. If you are capable of dreaming big, then you are capable of thinking big. If you are capable of thinking big, then you are capable of thinking of a plan to produce greatness. You have everything you need to be successful. Stop potentially doing, and start purposely pursuing your dreams!
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