A Goal Without a Plan Is a Wish

by | May 11, 2020 | General | 0 comments

I read yesterday that a goal without a plan is simply a wish. I will like to add that a plan without the will power to execute is merely a fantasy.

You really can become who you set your mind to become as long as you commit to the cause.

One of the biggest causes people don’t like to accept is that the biggest investment you can make is the one you make in your self. It may not be tangible like a car or a house but knowledge applied is wisdom and no one can ever take it away from you.

Entertainment sells, education doesn’t, especially in this part of the world. Sometimes I as I myself if it’s too late to switch to the entertainment field😎.

Very few organisations are investing in training right now and many individuals are feeling more justified not to spend on their development. Can you blame anyone, I mean, with the current state of the economy and jobs, it seems logical.

Sometimes I look back at all the investments I have made personally in my career and what they have done for me and I am forever in awe of the returns.

Life is not that straight forward. The people who will win this season will swim against the tides. They will be visionary, instead of reactionary. It’s tough to do but the outcome is sure. An investment in knowledge still pays the best interest. Knowledge hives you insights and insights help you make better decisions and better decisions change the trajectory of your whole life.

Wishing you the very best.

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I look forward to helping more and more HR professionals learn, grow and solve meaningful problems for the people and organisations they serve.

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