Practical business development and leadership skills for busy people who want to make a difference
One of the most frustrating side-affects of having choice; is having choice.
Meaning, in 2020, we are all generally blessed with opportunity. The internet fixed that.
If we want to study. We can do it on-line.
If we want to meet like-minded people. We can do it on-line.
If we want to start a business. We can do it on-line.
If we want to learn anything. It is all there waiting for us.
Access to all of these choices can be overwhelming and can often mean that we make no decision. Which is probably worse, because we stagnate.
But, how do we get clear on where we are going?
I simply think we just need to look for clues. What are we passionate about. What would we do if money was no object. The answer lies in the things we love. Or perhaps Bishop Jakes says it better: