The late Elmore Leonard ( October 11, 1925 - August 20, 2013) once wrote a brief article where he laid out the ten commandments on writing, infused with his signature blend of humor, humility, and uncompromising discernment. It's good, a little heavy in some areas. He...
The status quo, the traditional, the institutionalized, the norm. All those things are often there not because they are good, efficient, or effective but because they are familiar, tried, and tested.
Never in history has there been a better time for finding or creating your tribe.
So I did this once before, it’s an exercise from the book “Entrepreneur Revolution” by Daniel Priestley . The idea is that you can use the four questions to try and find what your theme or passion is in your life. Last year my business was crushed under by the global pandemic of COVID. Leaving me with nothing but debts and angry creditors who once were friends. While I am lucky enough to have some work. I am taking this time to try and find out where I want to be before starting off again. So here is part 1 of 4, trying to answer the questions above and maybe from there I’ll move onto a plan and finally a business venture.