Sunday, August 25, 2013

You Need Not Be An Owner To Take Ownership



Though many people have found success with a work at home business, others continue to work for someone else. Being a business owner is not a prerequisite for taking ownership at work. Everyone should have a vision and focus on it regularly. Keeping purpose in mind enables us to put forth our best effort. Instead of showing up and doing the least possible to get by, we work with what business expert Dani Johnson calls “excellence.”

We all want to succeed at work and understanding the purpose and importance of our roles is the key to doing this. When the head is in the right place, the heart follows. We become diligent workers and outstanding performers who set examples for others. Each employee plays an important role in an organization and when you understand and appreciate your role, your attitude toward work changes. You begin to see the purpose in everything you do and understand how it ties into the big picture.

When we have purpose and vision, it shows in our actions. We bring more to the work environment and others begin to notice. Accolades, bonuses, and raises follow, propelling us toward our intended level of success. Whiners and complainers stay where they started and we eventually leave them behind in the dust. If only they followed our lead, they could be as successful as we are!

People who find themselves complaining about work should snap out of it. Changing this attitude to one of ownership will make a world of difference. Be eager to do the best job, look for new ways to contribute, and keep purpose in mind, letting it serve as inspiration for working with diligence and excellence each and every day. What you do makes a difference not only in your own life but also for your family and others who rely upon what you produce.

This is the way to become a valuable asset even when you are not a business owner. People will talk about you as an example and this will lead to many opportunities. If the motivation does not exist within, find it through training programs and seminars such as those offered by Dani. Taking an approach that has worked for thousands of others makes everything much easier. Dani provides advice and relays success stories that are powerful enough to encourage anyone. 

Anyone who has tired of working for someone else should take ownership to a new level by starting a business. With comprehensive research and the right tools and resources, anyone can get a new business off the ground and experience success. By keeping your purpose and vision in mind, every day will be a productive one.

If business ownership seems overwhelming, rely upon the experience and support of a mentor. Dani has mentored many entrepreneurs by offering books, training, and in-person education that help them achieve success. Whether you choose to become an entrepreneur or continue working for someone else, success will follow when you take ownership of what you do.

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