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Introducing Join Up Dots Live In San Francisco
Today’s episode is a combination of studio recordings and live presentation brought together as a very special episode of Join Up Dots.
On the evening of the 19th September 2015, your host David Ralph performed a live version of Join Up Dots to the National Speakers Association in Northern California.
Broadcasting from the UK to an airport in San Francisco via Skype, David brought his winning style and personality to the conference as he discussed Podcasting and the power of connecting a business by using a microphone.
But actually this episode is so much more than this presentation.
This episode of Join Up Dots is about taking imperfect action and working out what has worked afterwards.
This is about giving something a go, which could well be a home run and drive you forward to greater success, but could also go badly wrong.
You just don’t know.
You see in life more often not we all look at the successes of others, and assume that they had everything worked out before they begain.
They were destined for huge success because they had the all the answers laid out in the perfect order in front of them.
But that is never the case, and all success is built on faith, belief and more than a few mistakes.
It’s the mistakes that actually are the true power to success.
These are the moments when you stop for awhile and try to work out what went wrong, aiming to find the true path to the goal.
Do you always achieve your aim?
Of course not, at least not at first, but unless you are willing to take imperfect action and give it a go then you will never even find the first path (be it the wrong one!)
So today I urge everyone of you out there to look at something that you want to do, and move forward with confidence, safe in the knowledge that the worse that will happen is you need to start again and find the better way of operating.
And I am sure that we can all do that…..don’t you?