Flourish in Your Profession

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1.    Accept Responsibility   
You need  to accept   responsibility  if  you make a bad decision or   fall
behind in your plan.  Let us say that you have set some firm milestones
that need to be accomplished in order for you to move to the next step.
However,  you got  tired of  working hard and  took some  time  to play,
which is fine as long as it does not affect your goals.  Now months have
passed and you are way behind schedule.  This delay has closed several
doors of opportunities.  Who is to blame?
2.    Be Happy   
A positive mind and happy, upbeat attitude will help you succeed.  It has
been proven   in many   studies   that  a  person  living  in  a happy   state
generally gets  much  further   in  just  about   everything  they do.    This
relates   to   attitude.     Just   as   bad   attitude   can   pull   you   down,   good
attitude and a happy, healthy mind will help you meet your objectives.
3.    No Shortcuts  

An old cliché states, “Anything worth doing is worth doing well.”   This
should be your motto.  When you want to succeed, you cannot afford to
take   shortcuts.     Taking   shortcuts   leads   to   imperfection   and
inadequacies.  Always strive for the best, even if it requires a little more
time and effort.
4.    Have Courage   
Depending on what  your   specific   success   is,   it  may  take  courage  to
arrive at your desired destination.  For example, if you have a dream of
being a writer and to you, that is success, but according to your long
line of   family members who have all gone on to be doctors,  the only
success   in  their  minds  is   if  you  follow down  the medical  path.    This
means you will have to have courage to stand up for what you believe
and desire to do, even if it means disappointing family.
5.    Be Excited to Learn   
Referring back to the analogy of Edison, when asked about his failures
by a young boy,  Edison commented,   “Young man,   I  didn’t   fail  9,999
times, I discovered 9,999 ways not to  invent  the light bulb.”   As you
work toward your specific success, always enjoy opportunities to learn,
even if it takes longer than you think it should.

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