Adopting a New Strategy for Success

As an entrepreneur and kinship parent, I see the process of adopting anything like a ladder. Each step takes you higher and then after you have taken the steps you reach the goal. There is also a standard when it comes to going up a ladder. You will find videos that highlight what happens when you try to bypass some of those standards in an attempt to reach the goal faster.

How many of these standards for proper ladder use have you heard before?

~ Don’t skip steps

~ Make sure that the ladder is stable

~ When available, have someone hold the ladder

~ Inspect the ladder before use

~ Wipe off the ladder if something spills on it

(Ladder safety tips: Ladderfeed.com)

When you plan to use a strategy, it comes with its own standards for use. There are some checks and balances that need to be done before you adopt that new strategy for 2022. Are you prepared for the results that you are working towards? Are your systems in place for a seamless customer journey? These checks and balances mirror the checks and balances in an actual adoption. Do you have space for the child or pet? Where will they sleep? Who is your support system?

You may not have answers to all these questions right now, but this post should help you in being better equipped for adopting the new strategy. There are some who will switch entirely from adopting a new strategy to adapting pieces of the strategy to elevate what they already have. In entrepreneurship, this is what frequently happens after determining the steps someone else took to achieve success. There may be personal limitations that hinder to doing the exact same steps.

I mean…have you seen what we have endured the last two years?

This post was inspired by a conversation that I was a part of on Clubhouse. It is a great space to network, learn, and educate people from all over the world. Check out the weekly room on Thursday at 8:00 AM EST by going to the Shield f Faith Entrepreneurs club.

With over ten years of writing, Altovise uses her platforms to create opportunities for women to have their voices heard. Founder of the World Voice League, she educates and empowers through courses, a weekly accountability call, blogging, books, and the #SpeakEasy Podcast.

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