You are a Visionary Entrepreneur and yet you struggle with creating the vision that you have seen. Whether you are overwhelmed by the magnitude of what you are creating or just don’t know where to start. Getting from where you are right now to what you see for yourself and the world seems impossible. And yet, there is a pathway. You need only find it and take the first step.
And then the next. It’s not about seeing the entire road ahead. It is first about knowing the road is there.
Once you have this core vision, you can use what you know about what you do, who you serve and who you are to get there. These are the first steps of Creating Momentum. It doesn’t stop there though. The first steps are energizing and inspiring, a catalyst for change but they are not enough.
You have most likely felt this before: the excitement of telling a friend about a new idea; the rush that comes from seeing the future you would like to create; the thrill of the lives you will change when your idea becomes a reality; the joy of receiving abundance when you are fully aligned with your purpose; and the sense of dread of wondering how to actually make this happen.
Your Vision, Mission & Core Values need structure. They need a framework to exist in. You need to know how to spend your time, what tasks to complete, how to use order and systems to implement consistently and provide a container for the energy that comes from the idea. These are the next steps of Creating Momentum: time and task management, organization, and systems.
But they are not enough. Those Visionary Entrepreneurs that succeed in the long run have something more. They exist, not in isolation but within their connected community, serving their community and the world. They use their tribe and complete their role within that tribe by utilizing their gifts. And they focus. Always concentrating on how these pieces work together.
These are the final steps of Creating Momentum that complete the circuit: strengths, connection, and focus.
I help entrepreneurs see their vision and break down the steps to make it happen. I do this through Creating Momentum (TM). If you would like to know more, let's find a time to talk.
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