There's this blogger out there that's killing me. I can't remember which blogger it was because my google reader cleared and I can't remember which blog I read it from. But when I figure out who he is, I'm gonna unsubscribe. That's right -- you heard me.
He's been blogging on patience in entrepreneurship and his last post said that patience was one of the most important traits of successful entrepreneurs. Ugh. I don't have time for that!
OK. I get it. Most people don't have the patience to stick out a good idea. To see it through. I can deal with that.
I'm struggling with a different kind of patience. Let's say you got 3 things you want to work on. One is huge and the other ones are smaller -- and easier. The money is probably in the first one, but the other ones are fun and you really want to do them. Does patience mean you have to wait to let the first one run its course before you try the others? Does patience mean one at a time? Or does it mean don't give up too soon?
What do you think? Just do one because any growing business will take everything you've got. Or, it's OK to keep a small thing going as well -- try a few things and see what catches?