You have finally reached the point of taking your leap. The time frame between when you confirm that you are an entrepreneur-in-the-making and when you discover the business you want to start will vary. For some, the process takes days. For others, years. Remember, it’s never too late to take your leap.
In chapter 14 of Entrepreneurial Leap we discuss eight key disciplines that will make the difference between succeeding or failing once you take your leap. The first discipline is to clarify your vision. It is imperative that you capture your vision in writing. While it is highly unlikely you will need a detailed business plan at this stage, you must have a clear vision in writing.
Documenting your vision is a matter of answering a handful of vital questions. Here are eight questions you’ll need to answer in order to clarify your vision:
By answering these questions, you will create clarity for yourself and others, which is the first step toward bringing your business idea to fruition.
Take a few minutes right now to answer the above questions or visit the Free Tools section of our website to download the MyVision Clarifier. As the name implies, the MyVision Clarifier will guide you through the process of clarifying your vision and provide a simple, yet powerful format to capture it in writing.