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    « Character | Main | Handling Life »
    11:29PM

    Always Improve

    Status quo thinking is not one of the qualities of a successful person. As soon as they get a bachelor’s degree, it is on to a master’s degree. As soon as they get the job as sales clerk, they put the foreman’s position in their sights. When that goal is reached, the CEO needs to watch out.

    In everyday procedures of production, the successful person is searching for possible ways to increase the units per hour while reducing cost. Next, the labor force is inspected to encourage slow or careless workers. Often a compliment or two is sufficient. Even to a successful person, wise use of their own leisure time should not overlooked.

    Successful persons accumulate friends, associates, and coworkers. One never knows when an acquaintance will be able to help during difficult situation or assist in a profitable sale. They consistently give a friendly greeting to all they meet. Remember we never reach a pinnacle of success by ourselves. Many have directly helped, or encouraged us on our journey. Successful persons continue to search for ways to improve self or their work.

    The enemy of future success is complacency.

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