It is magnificent to love what you do, stop procrastinating and take action now so you can be a success.

People tend to like to plan, to create plans to design solutions to problems and situations. I have a friend who has been planning a business for the entire ten years that I know her. She has notebooks full of plans and designs. When she fills up one notebook she copies the most important or best plans into a new notebook and plans some more. When computers and laptops became commodity priced items, she began to copy her notebooks into computer files. On the computer she would search the internet and plan, plan and plan. What she never got around to was taking action, actually doing something with her plans. She always said she would move forward with her business as soon as her plans were in order. As soon as she finished her business plan, her research and her development plans, she was going to start that business. She used the “I’m not ready now, but as soon I get these plans done” excuse to procrastinate starting a business for more than ten years.

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In order to succeed, we have to stop using planning as a tool to hide procrastination. More »

It is thrilling to succeed in business by copying what works.

There are a myriad of ways to succeed at running your own business including the following:
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Many business owners know that a large part of operating a business is to be innovative, to build a better mousetrap. There are numerous accounts of companies that have become wildly successful because of entrepreneurs with great new ideas. Innovation is a necessary quality that cannot be overstated or overrated. At the same time, many entrepreneurs get into trouble because instead of running their businesses, they are spending too much time trying to reinvent the wheel. More »
It is wonderful to succeed at work by respecting those in authority.
Many people are at work complaining about how much they hate the supervisor, how stupid the boss is and how no one running the company has a good idea about anything. For these people respect for those in authority is a foreign concept. It is no wonder that people with this attitude find it difficult to succeed in the workplace. It reminds me of a line from a Staples Singers song, “if you disrepect everyone that you run into, how in the world to you expect anyone to respect you?”
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