What You Have In Common With Wine
On this encore episode of The Chris LoCurto Show, you’re going to learn part viticulture (wine grape growing) and part life lesson.
The life that you want to live begins and ends with the decisions that you’re making right now! We have to actively choose health and go after the things that will strengthen us.
So, to get started, we’re going to tackle one of the most fundamental parts of better decision-making. We must understand how and why we make the decisions that we do.
Our decision-making patterns and our present life experience are the sum of what’s happened in our past, how we responded to it, and what we’ve allowed to influence us.
These things all make up what I call the Root System.
Discovering your Root System enables you to understand your choices, discover where you’re getting stuck, and how to start moving forward – in the right direction!
If you’re ready to uncover your Root System and move past what’s holding you back in life, then first you’ll need to know is what you have in common with wine.
Yes, you read that right! Your life is a lot like wine.
On this first step down the path to greater perspective, you’ll learn about the process of making a great wine, how it relates to you, and how the quality of your fruit can be improved!
In this podcast we’ll talk about:
- How wine grapes are grown and how this relates to you or your business
- What makes a great farmer and how that farmer harvests a perfect grape
- The process of destroying perfect grapes to make great wine
- How farming and the process of wine making relates to you or your business
- Your Root System
Viticulture And Business
Every great business has seasons, and there is a cycle or process to growth. There are times to take advantage of the sun, the shade, creating boundaries, and making sure things are set up correctly to grow. My own businesses have had moments of destruction to create something new… next thing you know, we grow. For me, I see that as God preparing us.
Just like the wine, there are seasons of aging in a barrel, mellowing out, and giving us extra flavor. We can’t discount the destructive times. In those times, we’re becoming more intense. If we don’t look back with our teams and celebrate what we’ve come through or what we’ve done, we don’t understand that it’s a season we’ve grown out of.
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