3 Steps to Turn your Entrepreneurship Dreams into a Reality

I love a good dream!  And most of the times I can even remember the details when I wake up.  If I'm lucky enough to remember it all, I can't wait to share it with my husband, Jeffrey.

Maybe you've had some vivid dreams about being your own boss, but you're ready to stop talking about it and be about it.

It can be fun to dream about that business you want to create, but dreams alone won't get you very far.

When I was still working in the corporate world, I spent years dreaming about what I would do when I finally went out on my own.  What helped me finally turn those dreams into reality are the steps I'm sharing with you below.

Step #1:  Make a decision and commit to it

I made the decision that I was finally going to work on my exit plan.  This step may seem easy, but the hardest part for most people is making the decision that you want things to change.  Once you've made the decision, you then have to commit to seeing the journey through and doing what's necessary to make it happen.

When you're committed, you'll do whatever is necessary to make your dreams a reality.  Until you commit, you'll find excuses, dressed as reasons, for why you can't start this business now, or get over some other obstacle.

Which leads me to the next step...

Step #2: Create the vision

You wouldn't go on a road trip without a map, right?  It's no different when you're going on the journey of entrepreneurship.  You need a map.  Taking the time to create a vision for not only what you want your business to look like, but also your personal life, will be your roadmap.  It will guide your decisions and actions from the very beginning.  

I encourage you to get specific in this exercise and actually write down your vision.  This is not be confused with a vision statement, which is meant to guide your company. 

Write down details like where you live, what your environment looks like, who is there with you, do you work alone or do you have a team, are you at home or in an office, etc.?  You get the idea. 

Step #3:  Take action, any action

Without action or execution, nothing changes.  I believe that once you've committed to creating your new life as an entrepreneur, the most powerful step you can do is take action. 

It doesn't matter whether it's a big action or a small action. For example, you could start by simply sending one email to get information from a potential vendor, partner, or other resource you will need for your new venture.

Executing on one thing, will create momentum for the next action, and the next one after that.  It's the accumulation of a series of actions that will finally get you the results you're looking for.

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