Focus on Why

Looking at my most successful accomplishments and effective leadership results, I’ve come to realize and re-learn how to focus on the “Why” component and clearly defining purpose first and foremost.  After this, everything else lined up more easily and the “work” component became especially more enjoyable.  The other soft benefits realized provided an incredible payback: Competition and company politics at my place of employment are no longer of any concern mine.
While researching some proof statements to my comments above, I came across this blog piece that connects all of the dots to my message that I was trying to convey in during the 6 month experiment of writing this blog.  I’ll cover more on this topic in the future.  For now, I’d like to share this blog  about how a true professional handles a situation that we all find ourselves in at one time or another.

Comments are appreciated.

The Power of FU Money

 

Author: Francis Bach

Started out in science and somehow ended up in sales & marketing. Grew into a results oriented sales & marketing professional with extensive experience selling and positioning scientific solutions in the pharma/biotech, life sciences and medical diagnostics markets. In 1998 a created an excel sheet to track spending and cash flow to learn personal finance on my own. They don't teach this in school and by the time one figures it out, most of let all these resources slip through our fingers. It's time to pay it forward to this next gen so that they can shave 15-20 years off for working for "the man" with insights, a library of tools, and motivation from me and plenty of other FI bloggers that I follow.

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