How Valuable Are You?
How Valuable Are You?
As you've seen in the 2012 London Olympics just how hard work can bring great success and increase someone's value,like the way how Michael Phelps performed on the Relay medley or Gabby Douglas performs on the matt with her team.Think about how Valuable they are to their respective teams?Think about all the hard work that goes on prior to the games that enables them to be who we see at the games? can you imagine what a work out routine is like?
Just like those olympic athletes you can have the same value with your family,team and your business.In today's article im going to share with you 5 tips that will enable you to increase your value and become someone that's very valuable to your, family ,team and or business.
Now the people you value they are great at what they do that's why you value them.They know that if they master what ever their passion is they will most definitely become valuable.The same is true in business. In business it's about the best relationships.Friends don't walk away from relationships with friends they value.Men and women do not divorce spouses they cherish, the relationship between you and your downline/team is build on leadership and great value that you provide for them So the question becomes what makes a person so valuable that the relationships they build stand strong and last?
How Valuable Kindness & Truth Really Is
From the factory floor to the corporate boardroom,kids and adults alike, your downline and up line, sometimes honesty and kindness can be hard to come by.Some people assume that because dishonestly often brings short-term advantages,it does have significant negative consequences over the long term.knowing that you can rely on a trusted friend's word makes you feel safe and secure in that relationship right?honestly provides a concrete foundation upon which a lasting relationship can be built.Kindness creates value and appreciation in a relationship. Someone who routinely extends unexpected acts of kindess makes you value that relationship above all others.
I'll share with you an experience i had with my first supervisor when i was in the army that really solidified a long lating relationship between him and i to this day and it's been 8 years up t this point where a few months working in his mentorship really made our relationshop extremely valuable.
In 2002 while in preparation for a deployment to Afghanistan Staff Sergeant(SSG) Cook would always ensure that me and the other two guys in our section where always squared away and ahead of the pack.Unlike the other section leaders he would never bark or yell at us unless one of us did some really brain dead activity that would make any one loose their cool.He would always cover down for us when something was out of place and ensure that we got things right in time for what ever the task may have been.I recall one day in particular about 30 hrs prior to us boarding the C-17 to head out to Germany,he sent me home to spend some last min family time when really i needed to be at work and he covered down for me. At the time i was so excited and grateful that i was allowed to do that and didn't really think much of it beyond the excitement from what i was feeling at the moment. His Boss later on that evening while we where at the staging area to board the C-17 asked him where