Lou Ludwig Success Tips: July 2015

Take it Seriously

Take it Seriously

“Few people take objectives really seriously. They put average

effort into too many things, rather than superior thought

and effort into a few important things. People who

achieve the most are selective

as well as determined.”

 Richard Koch, Entrepreneur, Management Consultant, Writer        

 

As I see it . . . . . . .

Take it seriously

 

You will take on many new projects throughout your career. The success or failure of many of those objectives . . . . will be linked back to the start of the project.

 

The degree of seriousness . . . . that you apply to achieving the desired outcome at the beginning of a new project has a major influence the outcome of the project.

 

When you determine the importance of the project . . . . and you commit yourself . . . . Your efforts . . . . and resources to do what most important. What you do . . . . will have a positive influence on your business and or your career.

 

Focus you efforts . . . . and energies on doing what’s most important. Your efforts will yield the highest rate of return for you . . . . your business . . . . and contribute to your long term success.

 

Take what you do seriously . . . . and focus your efforts on what’s important. You will find your days becoming more productive . . . . and there will be far more rewards in your efforts.

 

Take it seriously . . . . and your business . . . . and your world changes for the better.

 

 

©2015 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author

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