What Completes a Good Business Idea?


I play the guitar.

Last year, I bought the most beautiful and most expensive guitar I’ve ever owned.
As I was thinking about it today, I realized that no matter how beautiful or expensive my guitar is, I still need to put my hands and fingers on it so it’ll work. I guess even the most expensive guitar in the world still requires the owner to put his or her hands and fingers on it so it’ll work. Don’t you think so?

Friends, do you have a business idea? Launch it.
For how long have you been keeping it as a mere idea? Launch it.
Don’t keep it like a salted egg or an aged whine. Launch it.

No matter how beautiful or profitable your business idea is, if you won’t launch it, nothing will happen.

All of my businesses weren’t perfect when I launched them. I’d like to report to you that as of the time of writing this, they’re still imperfect.

Perfection is not a one-time deal. Perfection is a ring-like process. It has a beginning but not ending.

If PERFECTION is in your Gantt Chart of activities, don’t expect it to have a “Done” or a “To Be Done” status. It’ll always have a “Work-In-Progress” status.

Don’t get stuck at “Ready! Aim!” You need to “Fire!”

That dream that God planted in your heart is set to place the world on fire!

Sometimes, good ideas don’t get launched because their owners think that something is still lacking in those ideas when what’s really lacking is the courage to launch.

The courage to launch completes a good business idea.

Let’s pray for one another that God sends us the fire of courage.

Jesus, I thank you for placing this good business idea in my heart. I ask you to bless me with the courage to launch. You are a good God. You’ve started a good work within me. I know this good business idea will bear good fruits. I ask you to guide my steps. Prosper me. I want my friends and families see how good You are through the fruits of Your good works in me. I pray in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.

Philippians 1:6 And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns.

Jaycee De Guzman

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