Success is progress

by | Oct 31, 2013

One of the key LMI concepts that we share with all our clients is based around this statement, first coined by our founder, Paul J. Meyer:

“Success is the progressive realisation of worthwhile, predetermined, personal goals.”

Success is progress.

Progress towards a clear goal.

A goal that has worth.

A goal that is personal.

In other words, success is action that moves someone towards the accomplishment of goals that have been thought through and have great personal value to the person working towards them.

It’s simple stuff but you wouldn’t believe how many teams and organisations do not have really clear goals, with step-by-step action plans, that allow all members of that team or organisation to exert their best efforts in achieving them, knowing why achieving those goals has a personal benefit to them as well as the company.

That is why goals are so important and why we work with all our clients to clarify their goals. It’s powerful stuff!

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