Thursday, October 24, 2013

Doing what you love by Napoleon Hill from the Book Law of Success and Think & Grow Rich

Doing what you love.
"In the arena of human life the honors and rewards fall to those who show their good qualities in action."

This is a very important habit to adopt if you consider yourself on the work path to success. Napoleon hill believed that finding the work you love is a key point in achieving success, and he wrote a ton about this concept in The Law of success.

" you are most efficient and will more quickly and easily succeed when engaged in work that you love, or work that you perform on behalf of some person whom you love."
Napoleon Hill

When you are engaged in work that you love, it is of no hardship for you to do more work and better work than that for which you are paid. For this reason you owe it to yourself to find work that you love. The most successful people have a passion for the work that they do, this passion is what motivates them to put more effort and time into whatever it is that they want to achieve. Few however, have this dedication to work toward the things they love to do in life. Whether you inspire to be a artist, teacher, snowboarder, whatever it is you owe it to yourself to give it your all and create a definite chief aim to reach your dreams. I believe you can make money off of anything as long as you believe in yourself, and have a strong definite chief aim.

Don't get me wrong, say you start out with a product that you love and your trying to sell this product to make you riches. Things do not turn out as well as expected, and you decide to throw in the towel. Take what you learned and move on to the next step, transformation of that product.

Take stock in what you learned and revive your business plan. Why did you fail, and why you will succeed this time. If you continue to work this process, you will have what you desire, to many people lack the determination it requires sadly. Thats why a definite chief aim and self confidence is so important.

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