Most people think that the purpose of a business is to make a profit. I don’t agree.
Profits are part of business, for sure—a very important part.
But if profits are looked upon as the main reason for being in business, it’s unlikely there will be much in the way of earnings—at least not in the long haul.
I see profits in business being akin to eating in life.
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Seriously, if you're not up for an EXTREME performance-driven program that could rock your world, don't even think about it.
It’s a good question to ask from time to time. Or maybe a better one is, where are you coasting?
We all need breaks now and then. A horse can’t run all the time. Sometimes it has to walk. And I submit that we’re no different. Push too hard and too long and something’s got to give.
But sometimes our rests or breaks turn into long periods of coasting—or maybe even stagnation.The inertia can become habitual. Maybe not in every area of our life, but we need to be mindful of when we’re resting or coasting.