Logic Of The Day: 02.10.2018
In corporate business, there’s a lot of noise. Everything looks important. Everything looks like it could become a lawsuit (especially for a corporate). Everything looks like it could become a PR scandal. Everything looks risky to that next job promotion and to the business.
That’s where mediocrity thrives. With so much noise it’s easy to spend your days filing bits of paper or moving widgets from Point A to Point B without having any clue of why you’re doing it or how it contributes to humankind.
I didn’t learn the discipline of doing the important work in corporate life. Doing the important came out of the entrepreneurial trait of problem-solving through a vision. It came from wanting to see things better than they are.
Doing the important was fuelled by a desire to achieve a goal that everybody said wasn’t possible. It’s a rebellious philosophy that pushes mediocrity the hell out of the way.
~Excerpts From The Article; 10 Things The Corporate World *Didn’t* Teach Me By Tim Denning.
"The Career Growth Team"