Can You Help Me Be Complacent? (Said No One Ever)

Linda LaitalaBusiness, Leadership, ManagementLeave a Comment

It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who
will survive but those who can best manage change.
~Leon C. Megginson
Complacency is a disease. If left unchecked, it will destroy all the hard work and progress you’ve made in your life. But let’s be real, some are probably happy being complacent, even substandard at times.Complacency results in the competition moving forward while you lose ground.When you’re complacent, you’re not pushing for bigger and better. You’re not trying harder. Instead, you are letting life pass you by, and accepting mediocrity.

If we let complacency take over our life, we will find ourselves obsolete and overtaken by people who are always on the lookout for innovation.

In all my years of working with business owners, I have never found a successful leader who is not focused on creating a better future. Their focus is on constantly seeking ways to improve life for themselves, their families, and their organizations.

Your destiny is in your hands, the challenge is to be willing to be bold about your journey and steadfast in your goals. If you allow others to create your future without your input, you have no say in the results. You’ve ceded control.

Don’t let complacency pervade your life and ruin your dreams. Make reaching for better a life-long goal. Develop the habit of always being open to researching new ideas and opportunities. It’s the only way to develop a life that has true satisfaction.

The road is easier together,

Time is precious. We are grateful you’ve chosen to spend some with us today.

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