Invaluable Laws of Growth
Corporate Goverment | “Millions of individuals, myself included, have been inspired by the words of John C. Maxwell.”
There are three kinds of people when it comes to having direction in life:
1. People who don’t know what they would like to do.
2. People who know what they like to do but don’t do it.
3. People who know what they like to do and do it.
Do possess a strength of passion, focus on purpose, grow in areas as that help move closer to your purpose, and do what you are created to do. In short: fulfilled it!
When you are in sales and marketing, do your best to understand what a good salesperson’s requirements are. When you are in finance and banking, teach yourself more about financial and baking matters, including e-banking. When you are in health care, move on, and look for the latest development in health care successes. Learning never stops!
We live in an age disturbed, confused, and bewildered, in search of its best roads. There are many voices of counsel, but few voices of vision; a little concert of thoughtful purpose. 3 We are distressed by our ungoverned, undirected energies and do many things, but nothing according to our duties.We have to know who we are to grow our potential. But we have to grow in order to know who we are.
Adapted from the book of John C. Maxwell (2012), The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, Center Street Hachette Book Group NY.
Ludwig Suparmo: Strategic Communications Specialist.