Dreaming Like A Business Owner. Working Like An Employee.

Productivity isn’t a one-size-fits-all concept; it must be measured according to your current stage in life. The spirit of God gives us different gifts, so we can’t all measure productivity in the same way. For example, what counts as productivity for a physics teacher is different from what it means for a school principal. Each role has unique responsibilities and goals. It’s important to ensure that you are using the right metrics to measure your daily work. Are you counting the right things? Make sure your productivity aligns with your specific gifts and responsibilities.

Are you dreaming like a millionaire but measuring your productivity like a minimum-wage worker? If you are meant to be a business owner, you need to work on your business, not just in it. A business owner is obsessed with the mission, building a strong team, and providing clear leadership. On the other hand, an employee focuses on delivering their specific tasks within the business. Ecclesiastes 10:16-17 highlights the importance of maturity and proper priorities. Don’t approach your grand dreams with the wrong mindset. Be careful to discharge your duties in alignment with your responsibilities and vision.

Dreaming like a business owner means having a vision for growth, innovation, and impact. However, if you work like an employee, focusing only on your immediate tasks without considering the bigger picture, you limit your potential. Business owners must constantly strategize, delegate, and lead, whereas employees execute specific roles. To truly realize your dreams, you must adopt the mindset and habits of a leader. Assess your daily actions: Are they aligned with your long-term vision? Are you building a team and driving your mission forward? Start acting like the business owner you aspire to be. Dream big, but also work smart.

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