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Lastly, have gratitude for all those good people have gone before you, and those good people who now surround you, they have brought you where you are. As you move forward, never forget this because you can be one of those good people for the people you meet and make a difference for generations to come. Act quickly.
Do it now — talk about it later. I like to have an idea of most of the facts, but one has to act upon ideas and do things now and talk about them later, as opposed to a paralysis-by-analysis-type method. You have to trust your instincts. Love what you do as it's not a job. Writing a vision, following your vision and reviewing your vision to make sure it makes sense.
My other piece of advice would be to read! It is very easy to just say yes if a potential client needs something but being everything to everybody can dilute your brand. You will have bad days and good days. In fact, in your work environment, you have been able to see beyond what everyone else has defined as a problem. You are able to focus your mind and behavior to be solution oriented. You have been able to, on most occasions, dismiss those who only fixate on the problem.
You have been able to see past the negative behaviors of these types of people who would rather become angry, or fly off the handle and start yelling, or to those who simply decide that there only option is to give up and quit. However, on this particular day, and in this particular circumstance, you are near the end of your work day and feel tired. It has been a long day.
A problem occurs and everyone else around you is yelling, complaining, or sitting on their hands waiting for the end of the day to come so they can go home. You find that your focus drifts back to days that you had hoped had gone by. You start to glance more often at the clock seeing a reprieve by quitting early, at least mentally.
No matter how hard you try, you slip back into your old ways of joining in the negative behavior rather than looking toward a possible solution. The day has been long; the moment is near that it will soon be time to go home. Now, the circumstances, or the issue, that lies before you seems to be more than you can handle. You can't seem to think clearly; there doesn't appear to be a solution. So, you sit down with your head resting on your hands and wait for time to tick by so you can go home.
This may have been a time when all of your progress towards a permanent change from negative to positive behavior seems to have been unsuccessful.
On first blush, this may appear to be the case. However, there is something important to learn from this event. What is it, you ask? Two important lessons stem from this event. The first one is that no one, despite every great effort, can always be what they want to be in every situation or circumstance.