- What works and was doesn’t work.
- How much time and energy your definition of success is going to take.
- Whether your dream is really a marketable business.
Let’s assume that the answers to these questions leads you to the conclusion that you can build a successful and solid business based on your life dream. Let’s say that you can see where improvements can be made and you are moving to make those improvements. Let’s say that you are both excited and confident that you have struck a perfect balance between life and business.
Now is the time to go “all in!” You see, up to this time, the bets were small and the losses were manageable. If things didn’t work out you could just chalk it up to being a grand experiment that didn’t pan out. But, just as the costs and risks were manageable, the results and benefits were also limited. If this is in fact your dream business, it deserves your full time and attention.
As you finish up the last days (years) of the first chapter of life and move on to “Chapter 2″ you need to hit the ground running. Hesitating at this point would be worse for your life, business, and dream than not having started in the first place. This is where the rubber meets the road, where you’ve hit all your marks and now it’s time to race on to the finish.
By directing this kind of time and attention to your dream you are bound to succeed in the way that you have chosen in building your dream business.