Dreams are the fuel for your mind. They are the road map, navigating you through the streets of life. They light the way when things around you seem dark, and they keep you on the path you’ve set out for. They fire up the soul and influence you to take affirmative action when necessary. Dreams encourage you to keep going and give you the determination it takes to move forward. A man/woman without dreams and ambition is like a caged lion, stripped of their freedom. Dreams are so powerful they can bring you from zero to hero. Dreams are the foundation of our beliefs, which are the foundations of our convictions, which in turn lead to our actions. They are strong enough to move nations of men and women, without one touch of a hand (such is the case of Mahatma Gandhi).” (more…)
Most businesses have a goal, a mission statement, dreams to grow and vision to prosper. But when you, the employee, takes a look at the mission statement, do the goals align with your goals? Does the business owner’s dream coincide with your dream? When the business prospers, do you prosper? Or are you stuck making your capped salary? These are all questions you might want to ask yourself when you head off to spend 40+ hours a week at your place of employment. “But it pays the bills and gives me some extra spending money” you say. Well money alone shouldn’t keep you “coming back for more” week in and week out. I agree, money is nice and offers a lot of things: security, independence, comfort, and a means of survival. But if all you’re doing is merely surviving then you might find just as much comfort in a community home or homeless shelter. In this life there’s an inert drive in ourselves to grow, to move forward, to prosper and be of significance. If your job or career doesn’t fulfill your human desire to improve yourself, then maybe it’s time to start doing something that will.
Prosuming is the business of people helping people. Anyone can own their own business with little to no experience and large, and I repeat, large room to grow! As a business owner you have ownership of your dreams and goals (not someone else’s), when your business prospers so too do you (isn’t that the way business should be). When you prosume and build organizations of people to do the same, you help others attain their dreams and goals along the way. Your stake is in other people and their ability to succeed. People are not a “replaceable” employee where you can use fear as leverage; “If you aren’t meeting the company’s expectations, your fired!” sound familiar? No, as a matter of fact the business of prosuming sows into people, cares about their goals & ambitions and wants people to reach their full potential.