Business: How Much Value Are You Creating

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You can create value. Value for work. Value for money.

Value for business. Value is repute. Value is dignity. Value is also a blaze of glory. Aureole. It's an unusual mark of distinction. Value creates a visual key to your achieving financial success.

Most people are confused about their goals, values, and ideals and as a result, they go back and forth and accomplish very little. Life is lived from the inside out. The very core of your personality  is your values. Your values are what make you the person you are. Everything you do on the outside is dictated and determined by your values on the inside, whether clear or fuzzy. The greater clarity you have regarding your values on the inside, the more precise and effective will be your actions on the outside.

As a person whether you are in the public service or in the private sector you can add value to your job or work or call it your business. This is your ability to create and add value to the work you are doing or adding value to your company and even your customers is the key to high earnings and rapid advancements.

When there is added value it increases productivity and high income will therefore come into force. Let me put it in this other way the more value you add, the more valuable you become.

Your financial rewards are ultimately determined by that ability put in to acquire the key knowledge you need. Ideas. Insights. And the skills that you need. Apply them in a timely fashion to improve the life or  work of someone else determines the financial success you will enjoy.

You can create value by investing in yourself.

What are your values today with regard to your work and your career? Do you believe in the values of integrity, hard work, dependability, cooperation, initiative, creativity, ambition and getting along well with people? People who live these values in their work are vastly more successful and more highly esteemed than people who do not.

What are your values with regard to your family? Do you believe in the importance of unconditional love, continuous encouragement and reinforcement, patience, forgiveness, generosity, warmth, and attentiveness? People who practice these values consistently with the important people in their lives are much happier than people who do not.

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