Open Letter To All Farmers Part 3

Open Letter To All Farmers Part 3

Dear Farmers

Excuses. Excuses. Excuses. Business and life is full of people making excuses of why this and that are not happening in their lives. But I feel excuses are a dangerous enemy of tangible progress. Excuses stifle thinking. Excuses are the world of the mediocre. Those who really want to make it in any business including farming should not court excuses in any way.

Excuses and creativity are sworn enemies. My advice to farmers at this critical period is that they should do all they can to abstain from making excuses in their businesses. It is strange but true that when you desist from making excuses in tough times, you tend to gain access to the wisdom that can help you scale your business.

Times are tough now, no doubt. Every type of farming business is facing untold loads of challenges now. And the truth is that the end seems not to be in sight. This is however the time to believe in possibilities. This is the time to keep going forward. This is the time to even enlarge your business knowing that we actually create from inside out.

Whatever may be happening right now to you in your farming business refuse to use that as an excuse for failure in any way. Do not allow any of your work team to use adverse situations as an excuse for not performing well at their given tasks. Operation no excuses should be the marching order no matter what.

READ ALSO: Open Letter To All Farmers Part 2

What will help every farmer at this critical time is to develop the mindset that difficult times are often periods for better opportunities. It is well known that many great breakthroughs usually happen during challenging times. In the light of this, I encourage farmers to brace up to the moment and believe that their best is yet to come.

This is the time to go the extra-mile. This is the time to doggedly press forward. This might even be the time to think and plan big. Refuse to be a victim of the moment. Refuse to accept any form of mediocrity around you. Keep projecting for a better tomorrow. Keep connecting with the best in the industry to scale your farming business. Keep yourself among those who choose to use challenging times to expand their business.

In conclusion, focus deeply on growth and productivity mixed with increasing profitability. You will succeed

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  1. Good day.Please, can we have all the good talk on Open letter to all farmers in PDF,for keep and easy access.
    Thanks.

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