Innovator-think – see an opportunity and then do something with it.
It’s the second part of that sentence that loses most people. Identifying an opportunity is easy – it’s an idea or business plan. At that point we’re all talk. But, actually doing something requires action. Walking the talk is more challenging.
That’s the difference between an innovator and everyone else; their checklist favors actions over ideas.
Work At Home-think Checklist
Fewer excuses, faster execution.
Don’t make meetings, make things happen.
Don’t ask why, ask why not.
Stop dreaming, start doing
Accept the risk, earn the reward
Of course, embracing the entrepreneurial spirit is easier said than done. But, that doesn’t make it impossible. Sure, this thought process will serve us well in business, but thinking like an entrepreneur can be applied to life outside of the office. It’s a mindset that favors action, squashes second-guessing and inspires ingenuity. It allows us to see each and every opportunity that presents itself, and then helps us determine if it’s worth pursuing. It’s the place – the moment in time – when we stop thinking and start doing; freeing ourselves to try, to fail and to start again.
Radha Yadav [MBA ]