What on Earth does that mean?
Does it mean someone like Richard Branson who’s had businesses over the years that have somehow formed a homogeneous unit?
Or does it mean your mate down the pub, the right ol’ Del Boy who’s always on the verge of something big? Until next week when he has a new idea that will be even more successful than the next.
The truth probably lies somewhere in the middle.
The curse of the entrepreneur, you might say, is having too many ideas and not being able to sit down for more than five minutes with any one of them.
We are creative by nature and it’s hard to know which ones are the best, which ones to keep and which ones to discard.
Do you recognise that? The feeling of getting to the end of the week and wondering what you’ve done.
You’ve been trying to do too many things, that’s what you’ve done.
Don’t worry, you’re far from being alone. Business owners across the world spend their time flitting from one idea to another without taking one at a time and they wonder why they’re not successful.
We’ve all been there.
How about we sort that out for you?
Let’s have a chat about your idea overload. Take 30 minutes to tell me about your business and the challenges it faces.
We’ll point you away from your fog and in the direction of the light.
How does that sound?