The George Washington Carver Story – Episode 2 – Part 3
Despite what people may say, there is no shortcut to success. However, there is a way to get to that goal of success through consistent effort, diligence, and dedication to your goals. In this episode of “The George Washington Carver Story” business coach and thrive visioneer Clay Clark and NBA Hall of Famer, David Robinson, talk about taking shortcuts and how they affect your business. When you start a project you normally get the basic picture of how it needs to be done. However, average people will rush through a project and focus on completion of the project as fast as they can, more than any other aspect of the project. When you look at a project that is rushed you will tend to see the little details that were overlooked. Whenever you run a business, it is crucial not to rush things. If you decide to open a new business, you need to look into how you are going to lay the foundation. Who are you going to hire, how will you operate, and what will be the vision? Business coach Clay Clark reinforces the importance of the little things in achieving your goals. What do you need to look for to help you get to the point where you can see the details and perfect them? What if you are not that talented in your business? David Robinson talks more about committing to a specific trait and how to master it. When you tend to relentlessly commit to being great, you will eventually become great in what you are doing. Here at Thrive15.com we believe in helping you achieve your goals and providing you with all the resources necessary to get you there. If you need some encouragement, these videos are a perfect place to begin. Hearing the success stories of so many individuals can truly make an impact in your everyday life.