I heard this saying a while ago that said, “Victory Depends on Having many Advisers.” I absolutely love this saying and still rings true with me today. It really gets the mind working up how many excuses we can use to tell people, we are changing this and this is what “I am doing, DON'T STOP ME NOW!”
We all go through things that cause us to make either wise decisions or the absolute worst decisions. Once more, when we rely on letting those around us whom we find to "have it all figured out”, or have that connection with others who are super successful and that we look up to, when we let them know about what our BIG decisions are that we are planning, this can open us up huge endless possibilities with doing what we love or find enjoyment in. However, not always will we like our “advisers” food for thought when it goes against what “we” want at the moment. That’s when we really need to trust the words of those who have a great outside perspective on the trade, company etc. we are trying to build.
You may be thinking, is that only for business decisions or job decisions? NO! I think we could all take this to heart for our own personal decisions in our everyday life. One of my favorite scriptures that I still find myself having to sit back and think, “okay Brandon are you thinking logically about what they just said to you, or are you going to blow up!” Here it is:
“Those who reject wisdoms words are nothing but fools!”
Ouch! In the end, that's normally how it goes. You know when you were younger and your parents said, “Now honey, don’t touch the stove it’s hot and will burn you!”. What did we do as children? We touched it and burned ourselves! haha It just goes to show you that even when we are parents and we teach our children the new ways of life, that we had some pretty amazing advisers in our lives from day one. If you did not, go find someone right now that you can trust and that can build you up, by helping you make the “right” decisions for your life and even for your business.
Hope this helped you all and you found it helpful! Feel free to comment on how utilizing those who have had experience have helped you below.