Lou Ludwig Success Tips: December 2014

Discover Three Things

Discover Three Things

“The secret of joy in work is contained in one word excellence.

To know how to do something well is to enjoy it.”

Pearl S. Buck 1892 – 1973, American Writer and Novelist

 

As I see it . . . . . . .

Discover three things

 

You enjoy what you do well . . . . and resist doing the things that you don’t do well.

 

When you enjoy doing the things that are moving you forward in the direction of achieving your goal. You are moving in the direction not only to achieve your goals. You are also moving in the direction to become on the leading edge to greater success in your life.

 

When you don’t enjoy the things that have to be done in order to achieve your goals . . . . You’re at risk of missing your goals and cause your success journey to get off tract.

 

Here’s the key . . . .

 

Many of the things that you don’t enjoy doing may be the result of not being able to do the things well.

 

You may need to do additional personal development in those area’s to bring your skill set up to a level of proficiency to where your doing the things with excellence.

 

You enjoy what you do well . . . . If your off track look at moving your skill set to a level to where your doing them with excellence. As a result you will discover three things . . . . you become much better at what your doing . . . .  you will enjoy what your doing . . . . and you will become more successful at what your doing.

 

 

©2014 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author

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