This month I “thought out loud” about why some of us settle for whatever scraps life hands us and why some of us are better prepared to strive for a full-course meal – a fulfilling life we create for ourselves. Would love to hear your feedback 🙂
Here’s the 2nd video in my I Know The Pieces Fit:
I agree with you on this, Lynn. It’s a many faceted answer. Mostly in our communities, we aren’t taught entrepreneurship. There are a lot of negative people in them due to the fact that they didn’t have anyone encouraging them to pursue their dreams early on. So in turn they aren’t supportive of anyone else’s dreams. They do tend to think the one who wants more is trying to be better than they are. Or simply they just do not know how to go about making something happen. The mother has the right idea and this lesson has to start from home as this is where the first lessons are taught
Thanks for your comment Gerri B. I thought so too, mom was on the right course with her daughter. I mean it’s a start. but it’s a healthy one.
i totally agree…you have to expose your kids to entrepreneurship in order for them to understand that there are different ways to achieve success. especially in today’s ever-changing economic climate. complacency should never be accepted as the norm.
No job is secure anymore and I’m not sure when or if they ever will be so I agree with you complacency should never be accepted as the norm.