I need your help! Can you see my vision?

Today I’ve been emailing a third-party about opening up a potential partnership towards investing and man let me tell you. The mismatch in vision implementation, or recognizing the vision itself, is wide! What do you do when you find yourself trying to sell your vision to the one person who technically, is supposed to jump in blind? Invest in explaining or walk? It can’t hurt to ask to understand, but when does the realization that risk means not knowing everything? That’s the name of the game!


The Pareto Principle, also known as the 80–20 rule, the law of the vital few, and the principle of factor sparsity, comes to mind as I write this. Is this partnership falling in the majority or the vital few?

I honestly feel like I’m being pushed back because someone cannot see my vision. Either that or they’re afraid of the risk. What would you do? Explain to understand, or walk? If you do decide to explain, when does it become enough?

People forget the practical laws of life. PRESENTATION IS EVERYTHING. A poor man or woman who shows up and presents themselves in the manner of quality and definition can gain the favor of anyone. Learn how to tap into what America calls The American Dream. Meaning, on paper you’re not supposed to be successful, but somehow you are. Have a vision.

Optimize OPPORTUNITY by ACTING upon it, and then proceed to executing the PRESENTATION.

If you fail, SO WHAT! You’ve just eliminated a route that doesn’t work.


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Sarah Lee

Welcome! My name is Sarah Lee and I'm a Business Strategist and social entrepreneur who loves the outdoors, a good book, and scary movies year round! Throughout this quirky, rich, and mysterious life of mine, I genuinely love to 'share' my experiences as a learning tool. I thought, what better way to track my level of growth than by sharing my experiences and the lessons learned thereof, than in my blog? A wise woman once said, "You are your own masterpiece, therefore, instead of mastering it, master you."

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