Personal Reflection

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Personal Reflection I enjoyed reading this book, because it taught me so much on the ways one makes an idea happen. I have lived my life full of ideas and sometimes even daydreaming instead of actually working on everyday activities. As Belsky states, “A surplus of ideas is as dangerous as a drought” (31). The first couple chapters taught me how to organize my schedule in order to have time to commit to making my ideas happen. I should organize my tasks based on immediacy, have a clear action list for a day, and avoid “creator’s immediacy,” the problem where one must take care of every issue, no matter how big or small, as soon as it comes up. I am even tempted to buy Scott Belsky’s Action Method program. The rest of the book was almost a chronologically list of task I need to think about and do as I implement my idea. This was a list that was completely new to me. Now that I know, I plan to use a lot of his advice in my business plan for my Foundations of
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  • Fall '05
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  • Entrepreneurship, Belsky, Scott Belsky, Belsky states, stories Belsky

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