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Jan 23, 2019 - Matter of Focus    Comments Off on Knowing what NOT to want . . .

Knowing what NOT to want . . .

True Wisdom is knowing what NOT to want …….. as well as what TO want. We create ourselves based on the thoughts we put in our minds.

If you can setup your thoughts and goals to provide rewards for accomplishing what is important to you, emotional energy will turbo charge your performance along the path. Some experimentation may be required to find what you really like and what you’re best at. The happiest people learn to balance career/financial goals with personal goals. Small rewards in both areas fuel progress along life’s journey.

Your plan for your life should also include some fun goals, doing something simply because you enjoy doing it. Spiritual development is also important in becoming a happy, well-rounded person. Make sure you allow time for all important aspects of your personal development.

Show me how to save a thin dime on any operation in the plant, and I’ll show you how to get quick and adequate promotion.

When you search for ways to save money for your company, you are thinking like a manager or owner. Every manager worth his paycheck knows that in a high-volume manufacturing operation a savings of a few pennies on any process will quickly add up to thousands of dollars. And an individual who figures out a way to save the company thousands of dollars is marked for advancement; he or she is simply too valuable not to promote.

The best person to improve productivity in your job is you. No other person knows your job as intimately as you do. Motivate yourself to improve continually by competing with yourself. As you perform a specific task, look for shortcuts that will help you finish it faster. Use the time you save to analyze other parts of your job, volunteer to help others with difficult or time-consuming tasks, or to tackle a new, more rewarding assignment.