The Power You Haven’t Use
Thank you for following.
This is the moment to ask yourself this question:
What else I can do to make a difference?
This is not an ordinary or general question you encounter in your everyday life.
You can go ahead with your life and be a mediocre and be with the rest of the workaholics.
My sincerest apology for this but it is the reality.
You want to work for a living? There is nothing wrong with that. We all started there.
The people who owns the business will be happy for it. He will use your time, ask you to work extra hours and pay you just about right.
Before we jive into the path of sermon, I want you to understand and think over this. Every individual person has the capacity to produce.
Those guys cleaning the buildings to the guards securing the building, to the secretary greeting you in the hallway. All of them possess and learn their skills. And of course, you also have the Manager on the 18th floor to answer to who was working for maybe 20 years by now.
Look, life is a choice. Do you want to be one of the above in which they do the work in limited ways? Or, do you want to be the one that produces results without limits?
Oh, by the way, the power that I am talking about that sometimes you haven’t use is the conceptualisation (your mind) on how your brain works or perceive things.
In short, you have to train your brain to do more.
Help your brain by feeding it through reading so that your mentality will change for good.
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