Wednesday, September 24, 2008


Even with good training and strong motivation, being a successful entrepreneur is tricky. You have to live with having control and not having control at the same time. It's like this: In big businesses, when you need to cross a river, you simply design a bridge, build it, and march right across. But in a small venture, you must climb on the rocks. You don't know exactly where each step will take you, but you do know the general direction you're moving in. If you make a mistake, you get wet. If your calculations are wrong, you have to inch your way back to safety and find a different route. And, as you jump from rock to slippery rock, you have to like the feeling.

Please find your true calling and love your craft, the risks may outweigh the rewards. Sure, training, talent, and that

most elusive component, good timing, are essential. But they are not enough.You need to have a true passion for what you're doing.

According to one story, when God made the world, he left it a little bit incomplete. Instead of making bread God gave us wheat; instead of bricks, we have clay, and we have to bake the bricks ourselves. Why? So that we are partners in completing the act of creation. Our time on earth is important; we are not passive observers but active participants in making the world a better place. That sense of individual responsibility- the need to ask. How will I participate?- If you are the possibility of creativity, everything works. Just be the POSSIBILTY OF CREATIVITY

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