In his autobiography, the great Ben Franklin listed his thirteen virtues. When we focus on one of his virtues, or any virtue, it becomes abundant. Anything one focuses on becomes abundant.
Some of us are working on taking initiative. Some of us are working on manifesting kindness. Some of us are focused on creativity. I see others stepping up and demonstrating courage. Another virtue is to be resolute.
I am working on the virtue of being industrious.
Industry – Lose no time; be always employed in something useful; cut off all unnecessary actions.
I have been seeing examples of industriousness all around me: the worker giving me great service at the restaurant, the Ski Patrol working hard here on my vacation with my son, and the hotel worker giving extra effort to provide great service.
By being a stellar model of industriousness, my team in my network marketing business can see and follow my example. They know that they can count on me to know, go and show the way. When my team follows my lead, they get paid.
We reap what we sow. We don’t want to focus on not being lazy or on not procrastinating. You can’t claim your reward if you continue to cling to what you lack. We want to focus on the positive virtue of being industrious.
And, I am not forgetting about the virtue of kindness. I want to do multiple random acts of kindness each day. People notice this.
Now I always ask myself, “What would the person I intend to become do next?”
I am elated to be a Servant Leader who knows, goes and shows the way, and because of this I am very wealthy for life.
I have come so far already. Today I begin a new life. It is definitely time to ‘Think and Grow Rich’.