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Why Focusing Solely on Your Business Vision Can Lead You Astray (And What to Do About It)"

Picture this: You're a Christian woman with this grand vision for your business. 

It's the kind of vision that gives you chills, makes your heart race, and gets you out of bed in the morning with a fire in your belly. It's beautiful, it's inspiring, and it's your North Star. 

But let's talk about something no one wants to admit: going all-in on your vision, while it's fantastic, can actually steer you off course. 

Yes, you read that correctly.

In the wild world of business, your vision is like the dreamy destination you're sailing toward. 

It's the treasure at the end of the map. 

But here's the kicker: just having a vision won't get you there. 

You need a roadmap, a strategy, to navigate the treacherous waters and reach that dreamy shore. 

Many Christian women in business, I've noticed, get so caught up in the beauty of their vision that they forget about the nitty-gritty, the practical stuff, that's needed to make it happen.

Let's face it: a vision without a solid plan, meticulous execution, and a pinch of financial savvy is like setting sail without a captain. 

You might drift aimlessly or worse, hit some jagged rocks. We don't want that, right? 

So, here's the deal: pair your vision with a robust strategy rooted in financial stability and profitability. It's the compass that'll keep you on track.

Now, let's talk about money.

 Oh, how often it gets pushed to the backseat in the world of entrepreneurship. 

You might think,

"Once I bring my vision to life, the money will start pouring in."

And yes, faith is powerful, but hear this: ignoring your business finances is like playing with fire.

 It can lead to cash flow problems, debt, and the kind of financial stress that keeps you up at night.

Here's a little factoid for you: a whopping 82% of small businesses face cash flow issues. That's a staggering number. 

Your vision deserves more than becoming just another statistic. 

It's time to prioritize financial health. 

Consider implementing a ➡️🔗Profit First strategy; it can be a game-changer in how you handle your business finances. 

Trust me, your vision will thank you for it.

Lastly, let's talk about adaptability.

 Life throws curveballs, and the business world can be one giant curveball.

 A laser-focused vision can sometimes act like blinders, keeping you from seeing new opportunities or the need for necessary changes. 

Success in business often means being open to pivots, adapting to changing trends, and responding to your customers' evolving needs.

Imagine this: you started your business with one vision, but as time passed and you gained insights, you realized that a slightly different path could lead to even greater success. 

Flexibility and openness to change can be your secret sauce. 

Don't be afraid to tweak your course when needed, while keeping your ultimate vision as your guiding star. 

It's a journey, after all, and the best journeys have unexpected twists and turns.

In conclusion, your business vision is like the spark that ignites your journey, and it's beautiful. 

But to truly create lasting abundance as a Christian woman in business, you've got to widen your perspective. 

Embrace the nitty-gritty reality of business, prioritize your financial health, and be willing to adapt. 

Abundance isn't just about having faith; it's about pairing that faith with strategy, wisdom, and a holistic approach that stretches beyond the horizon of your vision.

Let's remember the words from Proverbs 16:3 (NIV): 

"Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans." 

With faith, strategy, and financial wisdom, your vision can become a reality that brings God's blessings into your business journey.

 So, my friend, let's set sail toward that dreamy destination with confidence, wisdom, and a plan to make it happen. 

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