I know a family in Algoma — a husband and wife team — who are true entrepreneurs. They have ten ideas, find that three are worth pursuing and end up with one that works. They explore, they dream, they probe, they learn … and they have no time for naysayers who point out their failures but have no words of support for their successes.
Starting with nothing, they have built four or five businesses at last count, generate a significant amount of income in the community and provide employment for maybe a dozen locals. Like all true capitalists, they hustle and work, put in long hours, and never take (nor have) the time to lick their wounds when things go wrong.
My point: As entrepreneurs, keep on dreaming and never quit struggling to achieve the next dream. Let others wait for someone to bring them their dinner plates. We have to (and want to) go out and hunt down our next meal. So work hard, make money, and have fun. — jri
“The world was built by people who ‘crossed
bridges’ in their minds long before anyone
else did. The only way to break new ground
or move beyond into uncharted territory is to
look beyond the immediate and see the big
– John C. Maxwell
(Thinking for a Change)
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