The Power Of Passion

Improving this single attitude makes your days fly by.

You'll wake up excited to work. You'll make the right decisions. You'll get more done in less time. 

Improving this attitude affects everyone around you. They believe in you, trust you and want to support you. 

This attitude can change your entire life for the better. 

A vital attitude for you to constantly improve is YOUR PASSION

On a scale of 1 to 10, exactly how excited are you right now? Do you really want to succeed? Are you thrilled with your goals for today? 

If not, you must generate some passion for your day, your week and your career. 

Passion In Leadership 

"In all great leaders, there is a purpose and intensity which is unmistakable." — L. Ron Hubbard 

Passion is such a powerful motivator.

Have you noticed how the best speeches of politicians, ministers or actors always include high-volume intensity?

The same applies to the most successful people. Successful people win because they love what they do. All of them have a very strong desire to succeed. They have a passion for their field, their business.

"A man who merely wants to be liked will never be a leader. A broad examination of history shows clearly that men follow those they respect. Respect is a recognition of inspiration, purpose and competence and personal force or power." — L. Ron Hubbard 

Passion is a self-generated tool. You have the ability to motivate yourself; to concentrate on your purpose; to get yourself excited about what you do. 

Your attitude sets the mood for everyone around you. They'll get excited if you are excited. If you are fascinated, so are they.

Recommendations you give to others that come from the heart have a greater impact. 

You Can Never Be Too Passionate!

The Collective Power Of Passion 

Silicon Valley leaders recognized the value of passion and continually try to evoke, rather than mute, people's passions. Once evoked, passion is tough to control. It can result in a series of twenty-hours workdays, fun and pranks. The passion to go well beyond the extra mile is what drives people to create insanely great products and services.

The spirit and passion of Silicon Valley are best seen at the extremes of the workdays. "Flex time" means that there's no time when people aren't willing to probe and test new opportunities.

Several firms in Silicon Valley have installed a "five-minute rule."

The rule permits anyone to suggest an idea.  Then for the first five minutes after the idea is expressed, only positive comments can be made.  By the time the idea is talked about for five minutes, it has usually spun into an impromptu brainstorm session that cultivates truly great ideas and some form of the discussion is often implemented. 

Firms today must enthusiastically welcome new ideas and suggestions. Everyone in your team can increase their purpose and intensity.

When you organize all of your activities toward one focused goal, you not only feel more joy in what you are doing, you get more accomplished. 

Sometimes, it helps to find things that make you passionate.

For example, for which of these objectives can you generate the most passion and intensity? 

  • Reaching a specific goal    

  • Accomplishing a certain level of perfection    

  • Making a great deal of money    

  • Going back to an original purpose    

  • Beating a challenge    

  • Filling your life with as much happiness as possible    

  • Fulfilling a duty to yourself or your family    

  • Helping a great number of people    

  • Creating a superior reputation    

  • Building a highly-successful business    

  • Helping others achieve success    

  • Becoming the best at what you do    

  • Hitting a specific statistical target    

  • Earning enough money to buy something you really need or want    

  • Making a positive impact on society 

There is nothing stronger than a leader with a firm direction and passion to get there.

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