09 Feb Four Pillars of Success
Education is the mother of all success. There are two types. Formal and informal. You could go to college and graduate with a degree and get a formal education, or you could learn from experience and training and get an informal education. Either one works, since you learn both ways.
Dedication is also an important piece of the puzzle. You have to show up and be willing to do what others are not willing to do. You also have to put in extra effort and take pride in what you do.
Hard work is key, but keep in mind that when you work, it should be efficient and fun. Many people put in the hours, but, unfortunately, are not efficient. They may physically show up, but their mind is somewhere else. That impedes growth and success. I believe you should strive to become the go-to person wherever you work. Do your best to become indispensable and valuable. The more valuable you are, the more money you’ll make. That means you’ll have more discretionary income that you can save and invest.
When you combine all four pillars, the dynamic can create a symphony of success.
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