Where are you today and where will you be tomorrow?

“The greatest step to tomorrow’s success is today’s success.”  – John C. Maxwell

It’s easy for us to get lost in the day, week and even the month.  As you go into the second half of 2015, consciously set aside time for professional self-reflection.   This is when you specifically focus on questions about your goals, your behavior, and your general mindset.

Think about the meaning behind this simple message and ask yourself some meaningful questions.

  • How have I pushed myself to grow, learn, and add to who I am?
  • How will I push myself to grow, learn, and add to who I am?
  • How have I worked towards making a difference in my life and in the lives of others? How will I work towards making a difference in my life and in the lives of others?
  • How have I created success for myself, my customers, and my team?

Think about the professional milestones you’ve set for the yConfined only by walls you buildear, where you presently are today and where you wish to be tomorrow (next week, month, quarter, and year-end). I promise that this exercise in introspection will lead you down a preferred path.

You have the greatest influence over your own destiny. You have huge potential in developing skills in communication, critical thinking, self-learning, self-awareness, empathy, and drive. Don’t leave your professional success and growth up to chance.

How will I create success for myself, my customers, and my team?

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