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Entrepreneurial Course
3. What’s inside you?
Faith
• If we want to have an Entrepreneurial
approach to life then we need to have an
understanding of History, Where we ...
Understanding of capacity
“ I can do all things”
Inside You
Risk Factor
The Babel Principal
Thought Control-What do you allow in
Word Control-What do you say,
Talk about, ...
Action
Action control – So what will you do today
Dream Vision Action
The first step principal
The Principal of Goal setti...
Other Factors
• The stupidity
factor – “ I
didn’t know
it was
impossible”
• Unreasonableness
“The reasonable man
adapts hi...
THE NEED FOR PROCESS
AND NEXT TIME
Adrian Hawkes
Monday, 26 December 2013
For Phoenix Academy 2014
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  • 8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. 9 Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.
  • Risk – unless we understand that risk is an essential part of being entrepreneurial, then we have not understood anything. If you are not willing to risk you will never begin.

    The Babel Principal. Let us look at what God says about mankind, I find that this is a fascinating Bile story. And gives us great insight as to what is inside us:

    Genesis Chapter 11.
    6 The Lord said, “If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them.

    Agreement
    Communication
    Plan
    Achieve

    Thought Control – What is allowed into your head GIGO

    Word Control – you listen to you, yes you listen to other, but we can counter that what do you believe about yourself – the need to contract negativism by seeing ourselves from a correct perspective – what is the correct perspective, what do other say about us – what do we think about ourselves – what does God thing about us – who should we believe.
  • Action Control – Chinese Proverb says the longest journey commences with the first step or as Dr Donald Howard says all projects, all new starts, all entrepreneurial activity must have bite sized achievable objectives. If you only focus on the big and miss the small medium and long term you will kill your project

    Dream – Dreams need to be translated into vision and vision into action

    Step – As above their needs to be a first step what shall you do tomorrow, and what you do need to be in line with the ultimate purpose.

    Goals – the strange thing about Goals is that for some reason they draw things to you, my principal of goal setting.
  • Transcript of "Entrepreneurial course 251213 no 3"

    1. 1. Entrepreneurial Course 3. What’s inside you?
    2. 2. Faith • If we want to have an Entrepreneurial approach to life then we need to have an understanding of History, Where we came from, and where we are going. At least that’s what I think • May be we could just be a selfish entrepreneur who just did it for money • When we have faith in God there are things that that give us which come from no where else.
    3. 3. Understanding of capacity “ I can do all things”
    4. 4. Inside You Risk Factor The Babel Principal Thought Control-What do you allow in Word Control-What do you say, Talk about, talk to yourself
    5. 5. Action Action control – So what will you do today Dream Vision Action The first step principal The Principal of Goal setting
    6. 6. Other Factors • The stupidity factor – “ I didn’t know it was impossible” • Unreasonableness “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persist in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man. (George Bernard Shaw 1856 to 1950)
    7. 7. THE NEED FOR PROCESS AND NEXT TIME Adrian Hawkes Monday, 26 December 2013 For Phoenix Academy 2014
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