Want Does Not Create Capability

“Vision without action is a daydream.” - Japanese Proverb

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Having a want does not create capability or opportunity.

Having a vision, want or even a need means nothing.  It is only through planning, hard work and time that you will achieve your goals.  This applies whether you are an apprentice just starting out or the CEO of a complex construction business.  

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