We all know the New Year gives us a rush of motivation, but more often than not, that heightened motivation is short lived. It makes sense that circumstantial motivation isn't real motivation and that's because it didn't come from within us. Instead it came from an external source. It's the same as a friend, co-worker, or internet guru giving you a buzz. Nothing will get done in the long term. The fire must burn inside. Sure, there will be hard days and worse days, and the worst day ever... that's just a natural part of life. See these challenges as opportunities to learn and grow. A wasted life is one where an individual does not grow. Start slowly, baby steps really do help if it's going according to a plan. Ask yourself each morning if what you're doing now is helping the future you. If it's not, sit yourself down and figure out another way. And remember the time you spent making mistakes is not wasted if you learned something valuable and apply that wisdom to the future. It's crucial to learn how to self-motivate, so go find your reason. We're here to help you when you're ready.
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Fear fear itself.
In business and in life, the one thing that prevents positive change is fear.
The world cycles through new and old, phases through good and bad, repositions the “numbers ones,” gives weight to the light, and accelerates the persistent.
It’s a crucial element of sustainability.
Your customers are your oxygen supply. If they disappear, so do you.
What you do right for someone can come back many times more by a “different someone.”
Customer service breaks down into several categories: