Liking What You Do

Do you like what you do? If not, does being successful in that endeavor mean much?

Liking what you do applies to all activities – whether it is your business, job, school, home, sports, music or any other pursuit. If one likes and enjoys what he/she is doing, chances are that it will be done well.

Take a child who is forced to learn to play the piano. As long as it is forced upon the child and becomes a chore, the interest and passion of learning to play the piano will be lacking.

Entrepreneurs could learn a valuable lesson. In order to motivate your employees, create jobs and match them to the employees such that they like what they are doing. Make the tasks fun, challenging, interesting and intrinsically rewarding to generate enthusiasm and high productivity.

If employees (for that matter, even owners) like what they do, they will do it well and succeed. Leaders make the mission likeable so the followers are always engaged.

Ravi Patel


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“Rallying” Purpose of your Company

While having a Mission Statement is important to a company, how do you inspire your employees to rally around a single purpose?

Entrepreneurs should develop a simple but effective purpose of the organization that can be used to rally and inspire employees at all levels of your company.

The purpose should convey the primary mission of your company and motivate your employees to feel like they are contributing to that purpose. The purpose should be one that is easy to understand but not monetary in nature. Focusing on a simple theme is a great communication tool that binds together your Mission and daily activities of employees at all levels.

Ravi Patel