We’ve all heard those run of the mill encouraging phrases.

You know, the ones that push you to follow your dreams and achieve everything you’ve ever wanted. Like…

  • You can do anything you set your mind to.
  • Nothing is impossible.
  • Never give up.

You probably heard them from your parents when you were younger, when you said you wanted to be a doctor or a famous rock star when you grew up. You might even hear them as an adult, trying to figure out where to go from your current position.

I’ll be honest, though – I think all of those messages are just tired clichés.

You can work yourself to the bone for your entire life and “never give up,” but still never reach your full potential, achieve your goals, or make your dreams happen.

And while these clichés might feel good to hear, they mean nothing without a well-oiled strategy.

So many entrepreneurs have always been told that they should never give up, or that they can do anything they set their minds to.

Many of them are people who have dedicated years — or even decades – of their lives to ideas that won’t get them anywhere, or at least, don’t have the skills or drive to get to where they want to be. And most of the time, it’s because these entrepreneurs (I like to call them Wantrepreneurs) don’t know when to cut their losses.

I don’t want this to happen to you. The way to make sure it never does?

Learn how to prioritize, cut all of the noise out, and laser focus on your goals and your vision. Sometimes, that might even mean throwing a bad idea out the door, and starting over again.

It’s one of the most important lessons when it comes to business.

It sucks to go completely broke spending half of your life on something that will never come to fruition because you didn’t know where to spend your most valuable time and energy.

Most people have to learn the hard way, but that doesn’t have to be you.

With the right resources, you can learn exactly how to buckle down, focus, and come up with a great idea. And if that first idea sucks, it’s about knowing how to pivot, fix it, and make your vision even better the next time around.

Let me show you how to make it happen.

Until next time,


Abe