Sometimes You Gotta Put Your Head Down and Work Hard(er)

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Dream Big, Dream Often

I am a hard worker.  By this I mean that I develop a plan, analyze my progress, challenge myself daily and put the time in; basically I show up every day to succeed.  I know not everyone does this because I watch people’s actions.

Living in the world of sales and marketing affords me the opportunity to watch a lot of business people and compare and contrast.  Living in the world of sales also allows me to watch other sales people and compare and contrast what I do against what they do.  I have learned that if you aren’t doing it, then one of your competitors is doing it; so get busy!

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I see a lot of mediocre habits.  I watch people go through the motions every day.  I hear people talk as if they want to be the best, but then watch their actions say otherwise.

Hard work.

I’m…

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MHA Infographic: Things Adults Say That Hurt Instead of Help

Treating our kids with respect is the way to a more civil society. Thank you Kitt O’Malley for posting this!

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“Entitlement.”

I like this…it asks some important questions and it inspires me to think–

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I’m about to go postal on this subject so beware! 

Why oh Why do most young adults nowadays think that they are “ENTITLED” to anything and everything that their parents have earned just because they have it?? Entitlement is the fact of having a right to something. The belief that one is inherently deserving of privileges or special treatment. Really? Who gave you that idea? What did you do to earn any of it? Where did you get this expectation from? When did this happen? Why do you feel that you deserve any of it? And… How on earth are you so damn special to have all of this just handed to you on a silver platter? I am not working my ass off to just give it all to my kids. Shouldn’t I get to enjoy the fruits of my labor that I worked for? They are…

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