The most common reason given by visionaries for why their mission is failing is a lack of funding. They do not have the resources to make things happen. The world has trained us to think almost entirely in terms of “time and money.” You must avoid this trap. You find it difficult to concentrate enough to get anything done as long as you believe you lack the necessary funds. That is why you must have a strong belief in your ability to make things happen. Instead of thinking about “time and money,” consider your capacity, time, and energy.
Lack of money is not the most significant impediment to achieving your objectives. The most significant impediment is a lack of capacity. You lack the ability to produce results at the level you desire. It is not obvious to you that you lack the necessary knowledge, discipline, and training to make things happen. You keep telling yourself that you don’t have any money. The truth is that you can make something out of nothing. The current state of your business, administration, ministry or nonprofit is a reflection of your capacity.
Take back control of your time and energy. If you concentrate your energy and make the most of your time. You’ll be astounded by what you can imagine and make happen. You will attract everything you need to make something happen if you focus your energy on it. Knowledge, power, partnerships, resources, or money. Whether it’s $10 or $10 million, if you concentrate, you’ll get it. If you do not intuitively understand these concepts. It could be a sign that you need to work as an apprentice for a while. Go and work one-on-one for someone. You will learn. And be able to apply what you have learned in your mission.