When John was 14 he was paid $2500 for his first keynote presentation. He asked himself if he was worth it. His father told him "You don't get paid by the hour; you get paid based on the value that you bring to the hour." His father also told him "You don't have to be great to get started, but you have got to get started to be great." You must be willing to do the things today; others won't do, in order to have the things tomorrow that others won't have.
John will guide you through the process, encouraging you to take the first step in living outside the box - by creating The Vision. Clearly define the vision for your life, write it down. Get it out of your head and on paper, so you can feel it, touch it, look at it and know that it is possible. How we live our lives is the result of the story we believe about ourselves. When you write down your vision, you start to believe a different story about yourself - you are an entrepreneur, you are a creator, a generator. When you write down your master plan, your life will become a masterpiece. The first step in this process is to visualize effective communication. This has to be a part of your vision. A successful entrepreneur is an effective communicator. To quote Jack Welch, "Good business leaders create a vision, articulate a vision, passionately own a vision, and relentlessly drive it to completion."