It takes a certain amount of confidence to be a founder. Some would even call it arrogance.
The audacity to believe that you have a better idea. To believe that starting your own thing, on your own or even as a bigger company, is the best way to bring that better idea into the world.
I had that idea for me. I called it Creating Extraordinary Futures™.
But the Creating Extraordinary Futures that I created in 2017 and what exists today are incredibly different.
Because I also needed humility. The humility to change, to pivot, to adjust.
To see who my ideas resonated with and who they clearly did not. To see how I could make my ideas easier to understand for those who were interested. To continue to adapt the Creating Extraordinary Futures Process™ as my thinking changed and as more clarity emerged.
I see this with my clients, too.
They might start with arrogance, but if they think they have it all figured out, they will likely fail.
People want a road map. So much so that they will blindly follow those who claim to have one.
There is no map. There is no predefined path. What worked for entrepreneur extraordinaire will not work for you. Because you are a different person. You need to find your own way, as I found mine.
You say you want clarity, but the only clarity I know of is the clarity of knowing what to do next. Of taking the very next step.
If you are looking for that kind of clarity, let’s talk.