by Randall CraigFiled in: Blog, Make It Happen Tipsheet, Motivational, Personal Development, Professional DevelopmentTagged as: Growth, Planning, Success
If you are reading this on the day that it is published, then I have a secret to share with you. I came up with the idea for today’s tipsheet last month. Then, about two weeks before “today”, I wrote the Tip. I edited it the next week. And then I used a nifty feature to have it go “live” today.
While it might not appear obvious, I planted a seed, watered it, and eventually it grew. This concept is a powerful reminder of a key professional success factor. Some things (business acumen, analytical ability, relationship skills, etc) take time to germinate. Planting your seeds early and often will add to your market value and your professional success:
Plant a seed of your choosing. You never know how it will turn out, but one thing is certain: if you never plant anything, nothing will grow.
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