How to Turn Your Vision Into a Business

One of the incredible things that I have encountered is that most women I talk to have ideas, vision and dreams that are bubbling up on the inside of them.

The other thing I have discovered is that not very many act on them. This can be because of a few things.

Maybe they are afraid.

Maybe they don’t know where to start.

Maybe they don’t have the support, knowledge or resources.

Maybe they don’t think it’s possible.

Maybe they don’t know anyone who has done what they want to do.

Whatever the case may be, one of the hardest and bravest decisions you can make if that’s you is to say “yes” to trying.

Whether you are considering saying yes or you have said yes, I want to show you how to go from vision to business so that you can see that building a business is absolutely possible for you!

So let’s talk about your vision first.


The very first thing I want you to do is to bring that vision to life. And the first step to doing that is to take it from the inside and bring it into the world.

There’s a few ways that you can do this and here are the ones I recommend:

-Put it on paper

-Tell someone about it

-Say it out loud

I know that the thought of doing these things might scare some of you. But here’s the thing, one of the things you are going to HAVE to do in order to to build your vision is overcoming your fears around it. Even if it is scary to do these things, take action on at least one of them (maybe the one that feels less scary) and then start telling yourself that overcoming your fears is part of the journey of being an entrepreneur and this is your first lesson in it.


The next piece is turning that vision into a business. My motto with this is “start with what you can and with what you have.” You might not have the tools to build the exact business you envision, but what can you start building that will get you there? For example, one of the visions that I had for my very first business was to create a print magazine. I didn’t have the resources, tools or knowledge to actually create a print magazine, as a matter of fact it took two years. However, what I could do was start a blog, start writing and start building an audience. If I hadn’t started wit that, I wouldn’t have been able to build the magazine two years later. Start even it it means starting small.

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