Our discipline and habits spring from our passion and commitment. To motivate myself, I need to find ways to increase my passion and get my heart into it.Read article »
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Discipline means having the vision to see the long term picture and keep things in balance. Regret can cost hundreds of hours, discipline costs minutes. An ounce of bite-my-tongue can outweigh a ton of I-am-so-sorries.Read article »
Committing to your business is essential for its success. According to Wal-Mart's founder, Sam Walton, "If you love your work, you'll be out there every day trying to do the best you possibly can, and pretty soon everybody around will catch the passion from you – like a fever."Read article »
Leaders are made not born. Developing our "gift" starts with a clear and constant focus on where we're going, what we believe in, and why we exist — but it also demands persistenceRead article »
Leadership charisma and energy flow directly from our personal passion and commitment. We can't impassion others about life or their work if we don't feel passionate about ours.Read article »
Each of us learns from what surrounds us. But then we have to ask ourselves whether these things really reflect our own personal values.Read article »
As the years slide by, a growing number of people don't really live, they merely exist – trapped in their lives of quiet desperation. Just getting by is as dangerous as resting in the snow on a frigid winter night; our passion and spirit dozes off and dies in our sleep.Read article »
A clear hallmark of passionate and highly effective leaders is a burning commitment to the cause. There's no doubt about where the leader stands and where he or she is going.Read article »