Seeing the Big Picture

Successful entrepreneurs see potential where others just see pieces.

Once upon a time, I was explaining a business opportunity to a sales rep from a large marketing firm who was trying to sell me an advertising plan to help market it. I tried explaining the opportunity from several different angles, but this guy just wasn't getting it.

Finally, he blurted out, “You're trying to sell something that doesn't exist!”

That's when I knew he just wasn't going to get it. And it's also when I understood why he, and many others like him, are spending their lives working for someone else.

This gentleman is smart. He knows his job inside and out and I'm sure he's good at what he does.

But he couldn't see potential to save his life.

The opportunity I was explaining to him wasn't hard to understand.

And the OPPORTUNITY definitely DID exist.

His problem was that the business wasn't fully assembled yet. There were a few pieces that still needed to be put into place.

But that hadn't stopped many others from recognizing the potential and being downright excited about investing their money and time into becoming a part of it.

That's what separates entrepreneurs from employees.

The sales rep I was talking to was an employee. And, he thought like an employee.

He wanted everything packaged up in a neat little box, probably with a guaranteed weekly paycheck and paid time off. All well and good I guess, if that's what you really want out of life.

But that's not how entrepreneurs think.

We're “big picture” people.

Entrepreneurs look at a pile of parts and see a machine. We look at puzzle pieces and see how they can turn into something beautiful with a little time and dedication. We look at a business plan and see where it could lead in the next five years.

We see potential where other people only see pieces.

And that makes all the difference.

Can YOU See Potential?

If you're the kind of person who can get excited about the big picture even when it's still a lot of parts, then I'd like to introduce you to the same business opportunity I was discussing with the short-sighted sales rep.

It's come a long way in the weeks since then, and the official launch is rapidly approaching. Space is limited and going fast, but there's still some room on the ground floor if you want in. 

I'm personally convinced millionaires will be made in this opportunity and I'd love for you to be one of them.

Interested? Learn more and request info here!