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Ever have one of those weeks, where just a few days before, the whole world seemed to be coming together to support you and shove you on your way to the next stage of success, only to be flipped upside down in an instant, for no apparent reason?
Is there meaning in what you do? It is an honest question, one I ask myself often and I encourage you to do the same. It is all too easy to fall into survival mode, a mode in which we operate with goals accounting to only maintaining the status quo of our lives.
We’re all burning with an innate sense of wanting to belong, but today’s world is so complicated and hectic that there is never any time to really build the connections that make us feel part of the in-crowd.
How do those who make big impacts, who actually change the world, do it? Here are Four things that impact makers do that we do not.
Can you image what it would be like if each of us walked in our faith with an entrepreneurial spirit, eager to make an impact in the world, and willing to risk everything we have to see the gospel message spread? Even more so, what if we all took time to focus our energy and efforts on the things that mattered most to Jesus?
This year started out really strong. I was confident that my path had finally been made clear. Business was booming and people were noticing my hard work. I even had a team of people around me, all of us working towards the same goal. This had been my prayer for years. I just wanted people, who shared common goals and ideas, to walk with me.
This is the curse of those of us with an entrepreneurial soul. While the rest of the world is content and seemingly happy with a 9-5 job, to us, entrepreneurial spirits, that can seem as bad as prison.
Most of my life, I have worked in either hospitality or the b2b service sector. Both of these industries take major customer service skills and a whole lot of dedication to what you do. With my background, I have had to deal with a whole lot of difficult customers, but the question always arises, when is enough enough?