Hindrances we see when we take our eyes off the goal ~anonymous
We should put all our efforts and aim at our goal and should not be affected by small obstructions which come in the way. By doing so we produce energy which helps us to aim at our goal. When ants leave their colonies, their aim is to return with food for them. All day ants stay focused on collecting food and does not give up until they find enough food. They are driven by the goal of providing for their fellow ants. Google’s statement of philosophy lists ten things the company must be true to. It is clear and has brought Google success.
Focus on the user and all else will follow your footsteps
It’s best to do one thing really, really well
Fast is better than slow
There’s always more information out there Be ready to absorb as much information as you can.
Great just isn’t good enough. By staying focused on our vision and purpose, we are able to achieve success despite facing obstacles.
Hindrances are part and parcel of life. When we aim at the goal, hindrances doesn’t matter. In fact, they help us challenging ourselves and become opportunities. Every time one door closes, there’s always another door just next to it. So, where are we going to keep our eyes? Well, the answer is simple, we need to keep our eye on the opening door and not the closing door. Such is the case with corporate life.
If we find that things are getting unmanageable, we can break our tasks into smaller pieces. Our goals can be semi-annual, quarterly, monthly, or weekly.We can even further break down our weekly goals into daily goals.