What’s the hard decision you’ve never made
When you read that subject line, you knew the decision I was talking about. It might be to fire someone, or to hire someone, to start doing something that scares you or to stop doing something that bores you.
Whatever it is, make that decision today. You can’t afford to carry around that kind of uncertainty any longer. I mean, we’re in the middle of a global pandemic, economic depression, and social upheaval — what are you waiting for?
But really, all joking aside, we all have decisions we need to make, and actions we need to take, but we’re hesitating. We’re afraid we’ll fail, or it all seems overwhelming and complicated, or, well, there’s a million excuses.
But I’m not joking about the urgency.
We’ve talked for a week about how the uncertainty in the world has created a golden hour to make a change. Everything is so up in the air that the “safe” play of standing still is just as risky as that decision you are holding onto.
This crisis isn’t going to last forever, and we’re all going to settle back into some state of normalcy. When that happens, this decision you’ve been carrying will suddenly feel risky again.
You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before. ~Rahm Emanuel
I’m currently forming a new Mastermind Group. It’s going to be full of folks who are dedicated to making that hard decision, and the one after that, and…
Specifically, I’m looking for five business owners who:
- Are looking to make significant changes in their business, the kind that could result in 2X – 5X growth over the next couple of years.
- Are willing to listen, learn, and participate in a community.
- Can dedicate at least 3 hours per week to working on their business.
If that’s you, hit reply and let me know. I’ll reach out and schedule a call where I can learn more about your business and your goals to see if there’s a fit with what we’re putting together.
Let’s make that hard decision easy, and then slay the next 50 that come up after that.