Do you want to become the best at what you do? Not everyone does, which is why there is so much mediocrity out there. If you do want to become the best at what you do it requires constant work – constant improvement in yourself. You can have all the splendid plans and goals you wish; you can learn all sorts of strategies but you must have skill and hone that skill over time to become the best at what you do.
As Benjamin Hardy has observed: “When you’re confident about what you do and clear about where you’re going, the right strategy will make itself known. Hence, when your “why” is strong, you’ll figure out “how.”
“The how comes from the why. Not the other way around.”
As Jim Rohn said, “Work hard at your job and you can make a living. Work hard on yourself and you can make a fortune.”
You must take the initiative. You must create. You must ask questions, learn, refine your understanding and develop your abilities. The more capable you become the more valuable you are to others, including those who pay your wages.
Honing your skills means to constantly improve them. Improve the way you do what you do. Learn from others who have achieved success. Seek out and learn the latest techniques. If they are useful learn the latest technologies.
You cannot move forward by standing still. You cannot ever be satisfied with your current abilities. You must constantly improve. That is how you become the best at what you do. Not by doing the same thing over and over – but by doing it better over and over.
Learn how you can achieve more, become better at what you do, and realize your goals in my book, The Success Essentials.Wishing you well,
Daniel R. Murphy
Educating people for building wealth, adapting to a changing future and personal development.