On Winning the Challenge

7:25 AM

Winning the Challenge

There is this special situation that I am in. A situation that is full of lessons albeit I am still undergoing it. Actually, it is not a personal situation if you will try to categorize it. Yet I am so involved with it. My emotion and intellect is so into it.

The situation?

There is this project that we are trying to launch and roll in a very niche industry. As we are doing this, an established group in this industry is trying everything to derail and make life difficult for this project. In short, they are throwing sink and kitchen just to see that the project do not see the light .

Yet despite of the many obstacles that this project is facing, particularly, the pressure put by this group there is a sense of energy flowing into us. A positive energy that I feel will see us through and prove to the naysayers that the project will add value to the industry that it is targeted to serve.

Now the question is how do we go on without being negative or affected by this group. There are simple guideposts that we follow:

1.    We Believe on the Higher Purpose of the Project

The project was created in forwarding the industry’s growth. This is sufficient enough for us to keep on pushing forward.

2.    We Believe on  the Added Value of the Project

      The new call of the times is to add value and the project was created using this as the heart of its creation. Despite the negative perceptions hurled against us and to the project, we are very passionate in seeing the project be with its intended users.

Most importantly,

3.    We Never Back Down Against Challenges

We are warriors and we have the heart that never gives up. The more there are people hurling negative energy and obstacles to the project the more we believe we have to show them that this project will be successful.

A challenge is an adrenaline that keeps us energized. We use it to fuel our passion. Having said this, success is never far from us. In fact, I can smell the taste of victory it is right at the tip of my tongue as I write this.

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