Wednesday, January 13, 2010
"Apply entrepreneurial principles, thought, and wisdom to your business and relationships."
- Raj Gavurla
Since you are in business and relationships exist be entrepreneurial to grow. Do you apply entrepreneurial principles, thought, and wisdom to all aspects of your life? You have to because if you don't your business and relationships become stale. We know stale isn't good. It tastes bad.
What I see in the marketplace is faster build to grow, evolvement, rejuvenate, faster build to grow, evolvement, rejuvenate, faster build to grow, evolvement, and rejuvenate. It's a cycle. It's better because more people benefit. The good news is you are also seeing the tear down of outdated thought and system(s) and the removal of tearing down being replaced by build to grow, evolvement, and rejuvenation. It's a heavy concept. Store this in your mindset to ponder. It's mental.
Tearing down wastes too much time. Get involved with businesses and relationships to build to grow, evolve, and rejuvenate. There is one abuse I've found that stands in the way. It's abused more often than any psychology human intrinsic function. Stay away by being entrepreneurial in your business and relationships. I'll tell you what it is in my next e-zine. In the meantime, think of entrepreneurial principles, thought, and wisdom you can apply to be at Another New Best Level. Apply one or a variety to business and relationships your involved with or want to be involved with at the right time to grow, evolve, and rejuvenate. You can do it. Build to grow, evolve, rejuvenate and stop tearing down. Being entrepreneurial is nothing to be scared of. You're adding an Adaptability Link to your skill set. Build to Grow, Evolve, and Rejuvenate.
Did you keep your New Year resolution(s)? Try being entrepreneurial to add excitement and variety to make it easier to accomplish. I wish you an incredible 2010!
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