Lou Ludwig Success Tips: August 2015

What Lights Your Fire?

What Lights Your Fire?

“We act as though comfort and luxury were the chief

requirement of life, when all that we need to

make us really happy is something to

be enthusiastic about.”

Charles Kingsley 1889 - 1875, English Priest, Novelist,  

University Professor

 

As I see it . . . . . . .

What lights your fire?

 

What makes you enthusiastic . . . . What lights your fire . . . . and what do you enjoy doing? What are you passionate about . . . . what motivates you?

 

What would make you . . . . go the extra mile to achieve it?

 

In those questions are the answers to what will drive you . . . . to reach for the stars . . . . and to push your limits to achieve greater levels of success.

 

So the question is what lights your fire? . . . . And are you ready to light it?

 

The future belongs to the person . . . . that fires their enthusiasm . . . . and sparks their passion. 

 

When you’re doing what you love to do . . . . you will do it with enthusiasm . . . . and you will stick with it . . . . to create  successful conclusion.  You will find yourself motivated . . . . and you will take on a task with the intention of succeeding.

 

Look for what lights your fire . . . . and you will find the pathway to greater happiness . . . .  fulfillment . . . . achievement . . . . and greater success.

 

 

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

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