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March 19, 2007


Joseph Ratliff


This post is probably the one post all must memorize before venturing into business.

"Success is a journey, not a destination."

Remember that you never achieve success as an end, but rather continue to achieve different success as you progress.

Right on Ryan.

Joseph Ratliff

Richard Jarman

Ryan--It's odd that you make this post, because yesterday I was thinking about being accepting of whatever God's purpose is for me. Suddenly, it hit me: I always assume that God's purpose for me is something less than what I'm trying to accomplish (especially in business). In other words, that God's purpose somehow involves being a failure.

What if God's purpose for me was wild, unbridled success? The thought never really occurred to me until yesterday. I'm still trying to process it.

Good stuff, Ryan!

Ryan Healy

Richard - You are wise to seek God's purpose. The best place you can possibly be is right where He wants you.

If God wants you go build a business, why shouldn't you make that business as successful as possible, until such time you're called to do something different?

P.S. Perhaps it's not odd that I wrote this. Perhaps nothing is a coincidence. Perhaps God is indeed speaking to you. :-)

Richard Jarman

Ryan--I don't think there's any doubt that God is working on me about this. Usually God needs to tell me something several times, in several different ways, to get me to pay attention.

Thanks for letting him use you to get the message across...

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