No One Cares About You or Your Ideas
No one cares who you are.
No one cares what you do.
No one cares about your great ideas.
No one cares what you are dreaming about or if you are not dreaming at all.
No one cares about how hard or how smart you work.
No one cares about what you want to say.
No one cares what you are writing about.
No one cares about how great that your product or service would be.
No one cares how you really want to go about your career.
No one cares about your excuses.
No one cares about how good you feel after visiting the gym.
No one cares if your environment is favouring or affecting you.
No one cares if your goals are long-term or short- term.
No one cares if you are following your passion or if it is following you.
However, there’s one thing they do care about. Continue reading…
You are Responsible for Your Success
The world is full of persons with great dreams, great ideas and great aspirations. It is your responsibility to make those dreams, those ideas or those aspirations come true.
Once you fully accept it is your responsibility to be a successful person, you will be more determined, disciplined and dedicated to achieve success.
When they begin to see that you are serious and hungry for success, some would begin to care, gradually. And the more you continue to push towards an success, the more they would care about you.
However, do not be deceived or distracted by some of their new caring attitude because they only care more about one thing. And that one thing is…If you will get to succeed or fail!
The world easily associates with successful people. Once you succeed, the world would associate with you. And…Some persons do care about you.
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Jerry Ihejirika teaches people how to discover their dream career paths or get their dream jobs in the world of project management. Check out his upcoming career classes. Get his FREE e-book titled, “6 Steps to Your Career Development in Project Management.”