Updated: Oct 26, 2021
I know what I’m born to do. Want to hear it?
I help people find their identity. I help, either directly or indirectly, people and businesses see what their purpose is in this world.
Essentially, I was born to help other people see what they were born to do.
Fun stuff, right?!
And I have a clear plan of how to be rich and build wealth for my family: help as many people in the world as possible with the gifts and talents that were given to me.
How rich do I want to be? $100K? $1M?
That depends on a bigger question: how many people do I want to help? 100K? 10M?
See, I’ve learned that if we focus on the task of helping as many people as possible, the riches will follow.
But even though we can have the best intentions of helping others and grandiose ideas of solving world problems, the reality is that if it was easy, everyone would be doing it.
Entrepreneurship is not easy. And Godpreneurship is 10X more difficult because you’re in the thick of the battle between good and evil.
So what happens when the riches don’t follow right away? What happens when we are trying really hard to help others, but the bills pile up and it’s so hard to focus on the bigger picture of helping others?
How do we stay focused on helping others amidst the twists and loops of the entrepreneur roller coaster?
I have the answer: keep your eye on the prize.