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Being Brave

How often are we oblivious of these three things?

Teddy bear in Chicago airport gift shop
Home for two days and yes, on the road again today

 

Driven. As opposed to spectator. Sound like us?

How often are we oblivious of these three things?

  1. The clock
  2. Mediocrity
  3. Antagonizing others without trying

Two out of three is decent.

Believing in something all the way is not meant to piss others off, even though odds are high.

We don’t need permission to be amazing today.

Go!

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Anyone Else Think Like This?

Do You Have A Plan Today?

It's Never Too Late To Recommit
It's Never Too Late To Recommit

The workday begins the night before.

Do you walk out your door each day, armed with a mission and a plan to do work that matters?

What if you did?

What will it take?

Have you given up?

It’s tempting isn’t it?

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Trophy Value

Last night as my wife and I celebrated our 25th anniversary with our great company, it really hit me.  I mean, it seriously hit me.  And it really comes as no surprise.  However, because of it’s simplicity, it is rampantly commonly overlooked.

Great companies are founded and grow for one simple reason: They want to make a difference in the lives of others.

Plus, great companies reward loyalty with valuable trophies. Trophy value is a priceless, intangible reminder that an employee’s longevity is an integral part of being world-class.

Say what you want, but nothing changes the fact that there is an unstoppable force when people are led with passion and are committed to make a difference.

And then it occurred to me this morning, that’s why I write five daily blogs.  I mean, who does that?

Does this mean I get another trophy?