Unmotivated underachievers slow down organizational growth. You hired them to solve problems, but many lack the passion, the energy, and the drive to get things done.
They are seldom fired up at work; they work not to get fired.
Unfortunately, getting motivating people do not always solve achievement problems. There are many over-motivated underachievers. They have elegant ideas. They are big dreamers. They can talk but won’t walk.
The number of underachievers – those who could have delivered faster, better, and more – dominate the modern workplaces.
We All Need Achievement Habits @Work
I was in first year high school when I realized that doing makes dreams real. I discovered that achievement is a decision. I got good grades when I do the work. I got awards when I do the work. I made things happen when I do the work. I achieved everytime I did the work.
But it took me two decades to finally realize that achievement is a habit strengthened by deliberate action. That achievement comes from a way of thinking which when converted to action produces remarkable results.
I want to be of help to your organization.
A salesperson with achievement habit may sell 20,30, 50, or 100 per cent more than other salespersons.
A manager with achievement habit may use fewer people to achieve greater results.
A front desk officer with achievement habit may bring more repeat clients than your social media campaigns.
An operator with achievement habit may consistently observe safety standards 100 percent of the time for years.
An HR manager with achievement habit may help accelerate the growth of every department in your organization.
Because professionals who practice achievement habit make things happen and get things done. Achievement habit is strengthened by action. These people don’t just dream and strategize. They don’t just try.
They do the work. They choose the mindsets that distinguished them from underachievers. They practice behaviors that make them achieve.