I’ve been gearing up to launch my new company in September – The Global Network of Mompreneurs – but at the last minute, I have decided to change my idea.
Although I love working with moms and I love working with entrepreneurs, something just didn’t sit quite right with me. My passion just doesn’t lie in business, it lies in connecting with other moms and helping them navigate through the murky waters of motherhood.
There are other magnificent Mompreneurs out there, coaching moms on how to start and grow businesses and they are doing a sterling job. But as far as I can see, after thorough research, there is absolutely no one out there doing what I now intend to do.
It is a concept that will make a massive difference to the lives of moms, potentially, all over the globe.
It is an idea that will benefit society as a whole, and make a better life for the people I love the most: the moms.
The moral of this story?
Don’t be afraid to change what you are doing, if you discover a better way.
As Seth Godin says in his blog today: “Doing something that’s never been done before is even more valuable than you’d guess, because your peers and competitors likely gave up long before you did.”