I am often referred to as a "planner" and people tend to think that when something doesn't go as planned that I will crumble. I am changing my personal paradigm to being a strategist. I know that plans change and that I have to be able to accommodate anything that life throws my way. A business plan is really a strategy; full of how to do things the best way. It has to have contingencies because things don't always go as planned. So, I want to ask you: Do you have a plan or a strategy?
While watching YouTube videos on motivational speeches an advertisement from Tia Lopez sparked my interest. It brought me to his website where he outlined what his mentors taught him. He talked about us all striving for health, wealth, love, and happiness. He also said something else that struck me "The common enemy is the ignorance of our upbringing." Here are the points he shared:
He emphasized that they need to be in that order. To accomplish anything you want you need to love knowledge, create strategies, and then execute.
I suggest starting with loving knowledge. You can read a book or find on the internet anything that you want to know to develop the strategies you need to accomplish great things. KSE