Quote – Doing The Work Yourself

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The wise man will commit no business of importance to a proxy when he may do it himself.

— Roger L’Estrange

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Success – You must love your work?

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Why you should love your work

Sooner or later you will wonder why you are not passionate and energized about your work. At the same time, an inner voice will tell you to suck it up because work is only a four-letter word and you are not supposed to enjoy it.

It is a misconception because loving your work can bring manage benefits. Work should enable and empower, not entrap. Here we have some of the reasons why you should love your work.

Helps with your success

When you love your career, no one can stop you from getting successful. You will do everything that it takes to assure that your customers love what you are offering, and your boss appreciates your every move. You would prefer to collect the appreciation because your every move will be well planned, and you will not be afraid…

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Quote – There are no secrets to success

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There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.

— Colin Powell

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Quote – Your Habits will either make you or break you

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Depending on what [your habits] are, our habits will either make us or break us. We become what we repeatedly do.”

―Sean Covey

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Poem – A Smile

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Let others cheer the winning man,
There’s one I hold worthwhile;
Tis he who does the best he can,
Then loses with a smile.

— anonymous poem, found in The Book o Virtues, ed. by W. J. Bennett

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