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How to Become a Pro

Posted by Donald Latumahina 11 Comments

“Being a professional is doing the things you love to do, on the days you don’t feel like doing them.” ~ Julius Erving What do you think is necessary to succeed in your field? What do you think is a key ingredient for success? An important thing, I believe, is being a professional. What does  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Working

I recently came across an interesting article titled Microsoft’s Odd Couple. In the article, Paul Allen – the co-founder of Microsoft – told the story of how he and Bill Gates met and started Microsoft. I find the article insightful. It contains many lessons on how to be successful at what you do. Here are  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Working

Are you satisfied with your results? If your answer is no and you want to improve them, then what you must do is this: Change the way you do things. The fact is, your results come from your processes. They don’t come out of nowhere. Your exam grade, for instance, comes from your study. So  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Working

Everyone has a dream lifestyle. Living it, however, is another matter. There is one thing you must have if you want to live yours: freedom. Freedom here is the ability to live on your own terms. Without it, you can’t live your dream lifestyle because you must follow someone else’s terms. There are three components  [ Read More ]

Categories: Finance, Working

Does the way you use your time match your priorities? It’s a simple question, but it’s essential. Many people say that something is important to them, but the way they use their time says otherwise. There is a mismatch between their time allocation and their priorities. I was reminded of it when I read Extreme  [ Read More ]

A while back I wrote an article about grit. Grit is defined as “perseverance and passion for long-term goals,” and it’s a common trait amongst great people. Read their biographies and you will see that they all have grit. From the definition, you can see that an essential component of grit is having long-term goals.  [ Read More ]

Categories: Purpose, Working

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