Grab the “Opportunity” Bull by the Horns.

If a great business opportunity were to come along would you be able to recognize it?  The trouble with these opportunities is that they don’t come knocking on the door.  It’s up to you to be on the lookout for them.  A successful business owner and innovator is actively seeking them, on the look out for even the slightest hint of an opportunity; and then turns it into his or her advantage.  It’s not enough to find the opportunity but you also have to know how to make the most of it.  

First, never assume that opportunities don’t need work to work.  In almost every case they only succeed when you’re willing to work on them and see them through.  Opportunities become duds and fall flat when they are not followed up and worked on, so it’s up to you to ensure that things don’t go awry, and if they do to get things back on track.  When you assume that opportunities automatically convert themselves to success, you’re in fact throwing away the opportunity. 

Also,  just because you’ve found one doesn’t mean that you stop looking for others.  Rather, the successful entrepreneur is always open to new options and is ready to take advantage of better opportunities or further the current opportunity using innovative ideas.  Also, they are prepared with backup plans and don’t panic if things don’t go according to plan; and are never hesitant to take calculated risks.  An opportunity is not the end goal; rather, it’s the starting line from which you take off towards the finish line.

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Branch Manager that has worked in the small to medium sized business lending field. I have experience in all types commercial lending and I'm here to provide insights from a lender's point of view. I hope to impart some knowledge that can take your business or profession to the next level. I currently work as a Branch Manager at the 10th & Bannock Office for Banner Bank in Boise, Idaho.

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