Do you LOVE your work? Seriously, is it so interesting, challenging, and joyful to you that you jump out bed in the morning?
Chances are, if you’re the CEO or owner, you love your company – of course, or you’d change it, right? But what about everyone else, from the frontline workers all the way up to your own C-suite reports? Do they love it as much as you do?
At some firms, the answer is “Heck Yeah!” But at many? At many workplaces, employees find themselves in that infamous 70% of American workers (or even more, overseas) who are unengaged or actively disengaged. And it’s hard to build a successful company with people who aren’t actually rooting for that company, isn’t it?
We all need a pick-me-up, a nice firm kick in the pants, don’t we? As Zig Ziglar quipped, “You take a shower every day, don’t you?” Well, here’s the thing: no matter where you are in your organization, at the top, bottom, or middle, take responsibility for your own motivation! …Even if that means you should motivate yourself into another workplace altogether.
(Today’s episode was filmed at the Waterside Shops in Naples, Florida.)
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