Saturday, July 1, 2017

What's Your Perspective About Work?

Our perspective determines our destiny

We see the world, not as it is, but as we are – or, as we are conditioned to see it. ~ Stephen Covey

Most of us will spend 40 years or more working 40, 50, 60 hours a week at a job. Since we are going to commit so much of our lives to our work, doesn't it make sense to determine our perspective about that work?

If we are going to spend a lifetime working then …

  • Why not spend a lifetime working with people you like?
  • Why not spend a lifetime working where there is unlimited advancement?
  • Why not work in a positive environment?
  • Why not work with unlimited income potential?
  • Why not work where you control your future?
  • Why not work where the rewards are based on your results?
  • Why not work with freedom and flexibility?
  • Why not work with as an opportunity to create a passive income?
  • Why not work to build your own business that offers residual income?
  • Why not work where there is positive recognition?
  • Why not work with self-motivated people?
  • Why not work in a challenging and fun environment?
  • Why not work to create a residual income?
  • Why not work with unlimited expansion?
  • Why not work to build a business so you don’t have to work at some point?
  • Why not work to build a life of significance doing something important?
  • Why not work to build a generational money machine?
  • Why not work where you build your family legacy instead of the owner’s family legacy?

See, here’s the question: Whose children are going to benefit from your lifetime of working? Are your children going to benefit, and your grandchildren going to benefit, or are the owners of the business children going to benefit?

What is your perspective about work?

We are going to spend a lifetime working, so why not work at doing something that leaves a legacy for our families, where we can make a difference, where we can do something great?

Perspective determines your destiny and you've got to fight for your destiny!

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