It has been my experience that it is much easier to
teach people who are eager to learn than those who
are not so eager. People who strive for excellence
are more likely to bet on people who also strive for
excellence as well and not those who are second-rate
performers. Someone once said that average is the best
of the worst and worst of the best. So, as you fashion
a stronger, more successful business, keep three points
First, strive for excellence in everything you do.
See the wisdom in the old saying, “If something is
worth doing, it’s worth doing well.” All work is
important and should be performed in the best manner
possible. Just remember that you will make more money
when you are an excellent performer. On top of that,
you will enjoy more satisfaction which is the source
of the real wealth you seek.
Second, detest thinking average. Thinking average
will never help you realize your dreams. No kid
likes to say, “My dad is an average dad or my mom
is an average mom.” Taking it a step further, no
boss wants to tell his superior, “Don or Judy is
an average salesperson,” and no one will ever brag
about you if you look, think, talk, and act as an
average person does. Continue here...