John DeLorean was a designer at GM who wanted to produce futuristic cars. He was convinced that the culture of order and structure at GM was holding back creative geniuses like himself.
Since he was a very good salesman, he felt confident in his ability to forge his own path in business. So he walked away from his job at GM in order to produce his brand of futuristic cars.
He failed miserably.
When I talk to farmers, a lot of the same issues from the John DeLorean story arise. They fail to manage themselves and are often making gut decisions rather than logical and planned decisions.
Trust me: there’s a better plan to follow.