The Determination to Succeed
The difference between the impossible and possible lies in aperson's determination.
For the past three weeks we have spoken in depth about leadership and its ability to thrive in any economic time. This fact is true based upon one solid factor: Attitude.
You must be determined to succeed. This starts by developing a routine that allows you to be pre-disposed to successful, proactive relationships. All business is relational. You buy only from those you trust. You hire only those you feel you can have a productive relationship with in order to succeed. You have as friends and colleagues those whom you feel most comfortable with and trust have your best interest at heart. These facts are true because you made a decision long ago, before any of the aforementioned things occurred, that you were going to position yourself, and create the circumstances to make what is now reality, possible.
This is what leaders do on a daily basis. They do not listen to those who do not have their best interest at heart. In fact, they separate themselves from such people so that they can focus on creating the proper environment and circumstances that will make their predetermined reality, reality.
Do the same. Create your outcome before each day begins. Give your leadership the circumstances it needs to succeed and you will not be disappointed.