In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss several important things you should focus on in order to excel in your career if you are an employee, or your business if you are an employer, so you can reach your full earning potential, love what you do, take advantage of the choices that money can bring, and eventually be able to spend your life in your own way.
I discuss what the most successful entrepreneurs and employees who are the top income earners in their fields consistently focus on to achieve the level of success and prosperity most people envy.
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“Everyone who is not already independently wealthy must work in some kind of job, career or business to earn money to live, provide for themselves and their family. The more you love your work and the more you can work in jobs, careers or businesses that you love and enjoy, the harder you will work at becoming efficient, effective, skilled, useful and successful. The more value you can add to your employers customers and organization, or the more value you can add to the lives of your own customers if you are an entrepreneur or business owner, the more your opportunities, earning potential and earning choices will increase. Money doesn’t make you happy, but it does give you choices. The amount of personal, professional, material, romantic and quality of life choices you can have, is in direct proportion to the amount of ever increasing value you add as an employee or an employer. As an employee or employer, if you don’t continuously innovate, improve, learn, grow, and enhance your skill-set and value proposition, eventually you’ll be replaced by a cheaper and younger version.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne