The Aztecs created the concept of putting a “stake in the ground,” meaning a warrior’s ankle was bound to a spot to defend, or die defending. Many of us have stakes in the ground about our beliefs, methodology, and approaches.
The problem was that the Aztecs couldn’t charge, couldn’t go on the offensive. When someone attacked, they were well prepared. But they never could pursue a defeated enemy.
We’re not at war, but many of us have a stake in ground that is now isolated, inappropriate, and irrelevant. The future is forward. The future is innovation and disruption.
There will be a Business Renaissance, a boom, in the first part of next year.
If you want to learn what’s coming, and how to capitalize on it, and how to pull your stake out of the ground, then follow me and join me on January 15: