Stone Payton: [00:00:00] Welcome back to Business RadioX Pro Tips. Lee Kantor and Stone Payton here with you this morning. Lee, today’s topic, seizing opportunity.
Lee Kantor: [00:00:09] Yeah, especially when you’re just starting out. I am a big believer in that. When an opportunity presents itself, err on the side of taking it. Sometimes these things could be distractions or they can lead you down rabbit holes. But when you’re just starting out especially, I believe that you should be leaning into opportunities because you don’t know where they might go. And, you know, it may not work out, but if you have a way to kind of pull the plug pretty quickly, then the risk is kind of minimal and the trade off is small.
Lee Kantor: [00:00:42] But I think that people tend not to explore these opportunities in their life more often than they should. And then, it might be something that – this adventure might be the exact right thing that you need to get to the next level. And, especially when it comes to interacting with people, you don’t know the person well enough yet to know if investing in them is going to lead you to a better future and you don’t know who they might know and who might be able to help you down the road.
Lee Kantor: [00:01:14] So, early on, especially, I think that you should be taking more risks, take advantage of opportunities as they present themselves. You don’t have to go all in all the way and you don’t have to risk everything. But you may want to dip your toe, test the water and see what it could be. You just might surprise yourself.