Saying “No” to great but irrelevant opportunities is hard.
Why Most People Will Never Be Successful
Benjamin P. Hardy

This is such an essential principle, Benjamin.

I have been on a tear recently: Entrepreneur vs Opportunist.

The former invests long-term in creating value and serving their niche with heart and soul. They work through obstacles. The constantly learn, invent, build, teach, encourage. They create real value from thin air.

The latter sees quick, easy money, and thrives on that excitement. But the moment an obstacle comes into view. Or another Big Opportunity pokes her head up, the Opportunist is onto the Next Big Thing.

You nailed it. Thank you.