Monday, February 24, 2014

When Creativity and Ideas Cross Paths

Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire and begin at once, whether you ready or not, to put this plan into action.
Napoleon Hill

Have you ever put a plan on paper, put some thought about it and tucked it away? Wonder what causes many of us to hide ideas? Do you believe in the idea? What causes some to put their creative side to rest and others move forward with theirs? These are questions to ponder over. All of us have been there. Our thoughts are moving so quickly and it is difficult to keep up with the direction our thoughts are leading us too. I love the quote by Napoleon Hill.

Creating a definite plan if MLM training is your plan get started, assess and evaluate the need. Ask yourself what would people like to know about MLM? What can I offer that would give people a clear understanding on MLM? What tools would people need to begin MLM training? These are just an example on how to get your creative side to work.

What if you sale a produce you'll need to plan and begin to carry out your desire. An assessment and evaluation of your targeted audience is important. What is the need for your product? What are the benefits? How will your product help people? You must develop a plan and as Napoleon's quote states "Carry it out."

I know you saying, I'm not ready but not being ready is not an option. Getting ready is the option, planning ahead, researching, locating your targeting audience, finding out the needs of the audience and then implementing the plan? Yes you are right perhaps you will reevaluate this is also good. But, the first step is creating an Idea and carrying it out putting it into action. Develop strategies that will promote your services and keep the people wanting more.

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Carolyn Coleman-Grady -creating an action plan.


  1. The bottom line is to have a written plan down and lay it out. That way you will accomplish your goal within a matter of weeks, because if it is written you are putting down the things that you need to do in concrete form. What do I need to do first, what do I need to do next, etc.

    Lawrence Bergfeld

    1. Lawrence I certainly agree it works well for me too. It keeps on track. Thanks for commenting

  2. I agree with Napoleon saying....
    I always write down my goals at the beginning of the month. And what I must do, I must do,
    Thank you for putting this together.

  3. What I've found useful over the year is that when you plan your work, make the intention of working your plan. Keep it simple, stay focused and you will always end up getting what you want. Thanks for the great post!

    1. That you Nate for your comment. Staying focus is always important.

  4. Frank thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment I appreciate your time.