Giving your all to important projects will keep you in the winner’s circle of life.
The important things we do demand our full attention and without it won’t yield the desired results.
A winning attitude is shown in your ability to stay the course, aggressively challenging the obstacles in front of you.
No one intentionally gets up in the morning and admits I’m going to fail today.
Intentional living requires that you meet challenges head on with a burning desire to win.
Winners are capable of bringing about a desired effect after giving their all.
You may not be able to win every race but you’ll win the respect of teammates and colleagues with a winning attitude.
A positive spirit is contagious and sure to spread like wildfire if you’ll eliminate thoughts of negativity.
Negative thinking is a sure way to tread in the opposite direction of where you would like to go.
Look at the TV series “Shark Tank ” on NBC.
Guests come on the show and make appeals to the sharks for investment in their business proposals.
The sharks listen to the proposals and tear apart ideas presented by the guests.
If you were a guest on the show poise and sincerity would be good starting points.
Next consider a high level of planning that would easily sell your product or business idea.
Sound business proposals with good potential return on investment are considered by the sharks who are very successful business people.
Many of the proposals lack the mass marketing muscle needed that make ideas go viral.
Good ideas with marketing help are good money makers.
Presenters with definiteness of purpose and good ideas are listened to by the sharks.
Some of the positive ideas that have the potential to make money, pass the crucial grilling of the sharks.
You may find yourself forming a partnership with one of the sharks if you answer questions in a satisfactory manner.
Marketing, sales and distribution are what take products to the next level of business which is profitability.
Connect your future to the present with definiteness of purpose after giving your all.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://dentist4you.biz