Managing the Present - by Ravi Patel

 

For Entrepreneurs the past, present and future sometimes all blends together as they try to stay afloat and on course.

 

For some, the past is a painful memory of struggles, mistakes and even failures. Entrepreneurs must selectively forget the past and only retain useful lessons to prevent the same errors. Dwelling in the past is counterproductive and drains energy away from current pursuits.

 

Worrying too much about the future is not good either. One needs to have a plan for the future, but constantly evaluating all current actions against what might happen in the future is not helpful.

 

Managing the present, by using lessons of the past, will create the future.

 

Entrepreneurs need to devote most of their energy to manage the present. Create the foundation, processes and effective teams to deliver current performance. Unless you can have a strong present, you might not even make it to the future.

 

Do the Right Things!

 

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