Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Building a ship

This week has been a great lesson on the fact that the road to Entrepreneurship is one that requires a lot of grit. In the talk Looking Back and Moving Forward by President Monson we learn that all good and great things will only come through overcoming trials, struggles and set backs. As he looks back at the history that brought him to be in the place and position so that he could fulfill his divine destiny, he reminds us that we need to honor the sacrifices of those that came before us. The short videos of each of the following entrepreneurs echos the need to preserver. David Carrington found focus in his overcoming cancer. Elder Holland reminds us not to quit, some blessings come soon, some blessings come late and some blessings don't come until heaven. Taylor Richard reminds us that we can do anything. He quoted 1 Nephi 17:51 "And now, if the Lord has such great power and has wrought so many miracles among the children of men, how is it that he cannot instruct me that I should build a ship?" I'm sure that all of this counsel will serve there purpose for inspiration when I run into the trials and set backs that I will encounter during my entrepreneurial journey.

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