• Andy Robinson

Opportunity Flags are Flying… Can You See Them?

Updated: Jan 25, 2021

Flags Of Countries Around The World

  1. A call or an email from someone who has been on your mind.  Return the call; reply to the email; engage in a dialogue and stay alert for ideas that present themselves.

  2. A casual conversation with a “stranger” while you’re standing in line at a local Starbucks.  Is there a message for you in this conversation?  Is there a new spin on an old idea that you could implement?

  3. A blog article whose headline grabs your attention.  Take the time to read the article and be alert for new ideas.

  4. A conversation you happen to overhear that contains a message or idea that resonates with you.  Make mental note of the idea, then write it down on your “to-do” list as something to consider later.

  5. A casual conversation with the person sitting next to you on the airplane.  Maybe an idea surfaces that you can apply to your business.

  6. An invitation to speak at a local club or organization, something you very rarely do and almost never receive requests to do.  Step out of your comfort zone; could be a latent opportunity that emerges through someone you meet at the function.

The bottom line is this — take time to free your mind of the buzz of activity and what needs to be done — listen to what is going on around you — KNOW that creative ideas abound

and let yourself tune into them.

Andy Robinson, Executive Coach



"Helping CEO's and executives maximize their influence and impact."

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