The 10 Commandments Of Impractical Entrepreneurship
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The 10 Commandments of Impractical Entrepreneurship
By James Sale | Submitted On July 30, 2014
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Expert Author James Sale
Had lunch yesterday with my friend the speechwriter Brian Jenner and he gave me his outline of a talk he was doing in Oxford this Friday called the 10 Commandments of impractical entrepreneurship! Absolutely brilliant, and he gave me permission to share these ideas with readers now in my blog.
The first commandment of impractical entrepreneurship is thou shall not be afraid. This is really important. With books like 'Fear the fear and do it anyway ' we know that fear is a huge factor in adult life; indeed sometimes it might be said to be the root problem that we all have. Brian reminds us of God 's most common exhortation in the Bible, which is: 'Fear not ' or 'Don 't be afraid '. God says this some 80 times and more than any other piece of advice. Thus spiritual wisdom aligns with business sense: the kingdom of heaven like entrepreneurial bliss is for those who conquer their fear. We have to overcome fear if we 're going to be able to achieve anything in life.
Commandment number two is: Thou doesn 't need to have a job! We