The Tweetable Manifesto — Truth Gathered Along the Entrepreneurial Journey
As you know, I have been working a lot behind-the-scenes on the new amazing thing I am working on. I know you are TIRED of hearing about it. I am too. Still in the refinement stage but I’ll be ready to debut the new swag very soon. But first, a gift. I call it the Tweetable Manifesto. A collection of truths ( more specificly, my truth) that I have collected during my entrepeneaural journey and a sneak peak into my big vision. I’ve been giving my twitter followers some previews of these over the last few weeks and my brand will be FULLY embracing this point of view very soon. And yes, all these will fit in a tweet!
Keep checking back. All of these manifestos will become live links to posts. A wikepedia of my point of view.
And the name of this manifesto will change when big thing is released!
You have everything you need, in your own story. Don’t ask someone else to give you what you already have.
Act like you know you are remarkable and everyone will treat you like you are.
Don’t put other people on a pedestal. Put yourself up there. Elevate yourself and your work in your mind. If you don’t, no one else will
Business problems are actually design problems.
Sustainable > Fast.
Don’t hold on to your ideas too long. Release them. Give them the chance to grow, change and make a mark on the world. You can ALWAYS edit. Doesn’t matter how many people are watching.
Businesses evolve, just like you do. Let go of what doesn’t feel right to make room for what will work.
Make time to listen to what your business is saying. Take time to understand what is going on.
You are the boss of your business, act like it. Get brave. Can’t do it? Act brave. We can smell your uncertainty.
Make sure people can identify themselves in your story. A story without people in it is a story people can’t relate to.
You should understand how to message your gifts. That is where the money in your business is hiding. No one knows your business better than you.
Refine, refine and refine.
Invest more time and energy to discovering your story then growing your business. Trust me on this one.
Don’t spend more time building your business than you do running it.
Your path is unlike anyone else’s. Don’t expect to get the same results that someone is promising you. Learn the lessons and forge your own path.
See the beauty in life and make that your business.
You need to feel amazing about what you offer before the right people will too.
The way you work is the key to uncovering the TRUE value of what you do.
You could be saying something life-shifting but if you are speaking Spanish and everyone else speaks Danish, they won’t hear it.
Decide, right now, to start building a business that resonates with your true vision. Because if you aren’t, why don’t you just get a job?
If you liked this, please share! I mean, that is what’s awesome about a tweetable manifesto! What would you add to this manifesto? What amazing things have you learned along the way?