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Pillars To A Wildly Successful Business

1. Starting – This may sound simple, but I’ve met many in my workshops and seminars who have had amazing ideas for a product or service or an improvement for a product. Later, I asked them how their idea was progressing only to discover they hadn’t applied the skills I taught them.

Passion without purpose is like trying to start a fire without wood or kindling. It’s good to be passionate about an idea, but gathering wood (searching for the right information) is necessary to start the flame.

2. Understanding – The need for information for an idea and that research necessary is the second pillar in achieving a wildly successful business. Things will go wrong. Thomas Edison discovered the secret to the electric light because he consistently pursued his dream with nearly 10,000 failed attempts. How did he manage to overcome all those bumps on his road to success? By surrounding himself with a winning team who were open to his call.

3. Communication – Speak up I can’t hear you! Shouted Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, when he made the first call on March 10, 1876, to his assistant, Thomas Watson: “Mr. Watson–come here–I want to see you.”

Communicating your ideas and research to the people you know will support your idea is the third step toward your wildly successful business.

You’re going to say only so many words in this life-time of yours, why not share them with the right people? The worst thing that you can do is to share your dreams with people who wouldn’t loan you a nickel let alone their attention. Understand that your idea is valuable and so are is your time.

4. Consistency – Keep the faith in your idea and be consistent. The best way to achieve in business is by consistently going after what they believe in.

An idea is like a seed. It has the potential to grow but only if you nurture it daily. Constant research and development is how you’re wildly successful business will grow.