Patience and commitment are required to accomplish big dreams. In today’s instant gratification society, patience is a scarce commodity. Commitment is often derailed by competing short-term actions, projects, and activities. If you allow them to interfere with your big dream, they will. Embrace patience and know that in time you will succeed in realizing your big dream. Stay committed to little daily steps that will advance you toward your goal. That is all it takes, just a few minutes to accomplish one little step each day.
About the Author
A faculty member of the University of Phoenix, Joe Farcht is recognized as a leading expert on developing personal leadership and supervisory skills and competencies. In addition to writing the book, Building Personal Leadership: Inspirational Tools & Techniques for Work & Life, he has written hundreds of articles detailing attitudes and behaviors leading to greater work and life success. As an expert in Myers-Briggs Personality Type, he helps people understand and bridge the gaps between the differences in personalities.
Practicing leadership as a career retired Air Force Lt. Col. and fighter pilot, he developed the foundation of skills and competencies to later work in a Fortune 50 company for four years. During the past 13 years as the owner and president of Leadership Advantage, Inc., he became a Master Personal and Executive Coach. During those 13 years, he developed a transformational process of changing thousands of people’s attitudes and behaviors, enabling participants to achieve 30 to 100% increases in their effectiveness and productivity. 30% improvements in teamwork are often measured in groups. His clients include Boeing, Discover Card, Wells Fargo, STMicroelectronics, General Dynamics, and other noted companies.
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