There are times we need to get down on our knees and pray to God. I came across this and thought I should share for the entrepreneurs out there: 🙂

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The Entrepreneur’s Prayer As I awaken with the gift of yet another day and  prepare for the tasks at hand, I offer up this most ardent prayer: I pray for continued clarity of purpose so that I may hold my vision steady and keep my focus on the needs and success of others, which in turn shall bring me my success. I pray for the wisdom to expect abundance in my life, that it surrounds me and is available for the taking and to be shameless and unapologetic upon its receipt, for I deserve abundance. I pray for a cheerful countenance, be it clear or cloudy skies and that I may radiate and infect others with my positive attitude. I pray for the trust of others that they may recognize my sincerity and true intentions so that we may move forward together. I pray for the strength to fend off adversity and use my desire and determination as both weapon and shield. I pray for the courage to carry forth my convictions during the battle of business and to resist temptation to a quicker monetary result when such temptation compromises these things for which I stand. I pray that I may be used as a lightning rod to collect the amazing ideas already present in the universe and when blessed with such inspiration, that I may be able to apply my talents and abilities to turn the power of thought into measurable advancement of my goals. I pray to retain my childhood wonder so that I can recognize and revel in the small miracles of each day that others may miss. I pray for an infinite supply of self−confidence for it alone fortifies faith, strengthens my resolve and conquers the largest enemy I will ever face − fear. I pray for a compassionate spirit and the patience to offer those who seek my advice and my help, my full and undivided attention. I pray for good health and a feeling of well being, and the continued desire to improve those areas of my physical life I may be neglecting in the name of my spiritual and entrepreneurial advancement. I pray that today is a day of excellence and at its conclusion I can acknowledge and be grateful for the forward motion I have made and the growth I have experienced. I pray most of all for the understanding and support of those closest to my heart, my family, that they will equate what may seem like endless hours of apparent pre−occupation with affairs of business to what is at the very core of my being, that which drives me, for once I achieve what I have set out in its fullest, I will become that more complete being I strive to be. It is for these things that I pray, for I am an entrepreneur. ©2000 Rick Beneteau

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