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Just take care of business

With all I have to do in my world personally, professionally, I have a need and expectation for people will be responsive and handle business. What the hell is really going on? I did a blog at some time ago about Indianapolis and the way people handle business here. Not all but damn.... The attitude is too much for me to deal with. If is not the attitude, its the laziness, slothfulness....grrrrrrrrrrrrr. I was use to this in working in the HIV arena and I really just thought it was just in that arena people did stuff half ass.....uh...NOPE.

I've decided that I would have a spirit of excellence with CWUW and future businesses but damn its hard when others don't themselves. Yeah, I fail at times myself and I kick myself in the ass for it. I am obedient to what I'm called to do and I WILL do it as Jesus himself was standing over me. Its hard for me to waiver. I'm learning why successful folks are called mean, bitchy, selfish, etc. Its the only way (on some level) to get stuff done. I can no longer keep saying, "Ok, its me. I'm too controlling. I need to just back off and let things ride." NAH......I want CWUW to happen. There are other business ventures I'm looking into in a couple of years AND I want those to happen here in Indy. I know that I alone can not change the culture of business in Indianapolis. I'll need help.

Some of the biggest problems is that folks popularity is more important that integrity and substance. I've seen this in politicians, business owners, etc. here in Indy. Its really ridiculous. I've watched incompetence rule over popularity on too many occasions. The Gatekeepers of this city are too afraid to allow new blood to come up and breathe new life into this stale city. They need to have their hands in the pot instead of being satisfied that the new up and comers are savvy, competent enough to read and follow the recipe and maybe make some improvements.

I think its just time to break the door down on the nonsense. Its time for folks here to stop complaining about Indy and really make some changes. What we have happening is those complaining are repeating the same lame pattern. I've spoken to those trying to make it happen here because they see the potential and yet they end up moving because its like Indy isn't ready.

We'll, I'm just looking for folks ready for change in Indiana, socially, politically, economically, etc. sho


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