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Ideas versus Action – The Deciding Factor

In this episode I share with you the biggest reason some entrepreneurs achieve higher levels of success.

4 Responses to “Ideas versus Action – The Deciding Factor”

  1. Patrick says:

    Nice Jim, I like the analogy you made with the dam. What your are saying sounds really familiar. I’ve got a lot of great ideas but I just can’t implement them because of the lack of funding. There this one project in particular that I’m working on right now. I’ve got the domain name for it as well as most of the typos. Right now I’m just writing content for it and I try to get some ranking in Google. In the meantime I’m just trying to make some money by doing other small jobs. Once I’ve earned enough to make the investments I want I’ll put my ads on it and promote it more directly to the audience I’m targeting.

  2. Suzy says:

    I thank you humbly for sharing your wsdiom JJWY

  3. My business partner points this out about once a week: I have tons of brilliant ideas that never go anywhere.

    He’s right. When a strategy hits my radar I go deep. Suddenly, most of my emails seem interconnected and I’ll go off on a tangent of research to find how we can apply this to what we’re already doing.

    The way I’m trying to monetize my ADD is to experiment on our existing clients. That way I can at least get paid to practice instead of everything being just theory.

  4. Action is what separates the men from the boys (or the women from the girls) So many people say they want something or have an idea, but never seem to do anything about it. In business and life today, even taking small action steps can elevate you above the crowd. It doesn’t have to be perfect, just get started. A smart mentor suggested to me “Do it wrong until you get it right”. That takes a lot of pressure off in that we don’t have everything perfect before we make a start. Just take a step, make mistakes, and course correct from there. Note: course correct implies action as you can correct your course if not moving.

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