Your idea is the first in a series of ingredients that make a business successful. It is an opportunity that has yet to be realized. In other words: it’s a starting point.
My son taught me an invaluable lesson. One that was also vital for my business life: I stopped listening to reply and started listening to understand.
What we’ll invest in today determines the world we’ll live in tomorrow. Impact entrepreneurship is quickly becoming mainstream and has the potential to change the world.
Moonshots are hard. There is a risk of failure. But we did get to the moon. And every day, people with purpose, vision and determination achieve things that previously seemed impossible.
It is so easy to become set in your ways. To assume that because something has worked for you, it should continue to work. Being wrong keeps me on my toes.
The only (good) reason to start your own business is to pursue your purpose. To follow “Your True North”.
In the Catalonian escalation, it comes down to short-sighted, fainthearted and poor leadership.