The Virtuous Cycle of Work, Achievement and Reward

Date: October 13, 2016  Posted in: Commentary  Comments: 0

Instant gratification is what at times drives us into terrible worlds. It is a deceitful lie that draws people in on the idea of not working hard and getting rich quick. But, there is nothing that will ever compare to working hard. As instant gratification eventually stops and only takes you so far, putting in the time and having the determination is what will propel you into a better more relaxing life.

Key Takeaways:

  • There is only one way to reap the riches this world has to offer, and that’s by getting out there, working your butt off, holding yourself accountable and achieving results that employers and customers value.
  • They don’t realize that corporate giants like Microsoft, AT&T, FedEx and Starbucks were all founded by people with talent, experience or a unique and marketable concept they felt passionately about.
  • They followed their passion and went all in. They focused, worked their tails off, stuck with it and accomplished great things.

“Meanwhile, our culture is obsessed with finding quick and easy ways to achieve fame and fortune.”

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