The cost of your success is found in your answer to the following question.
How are you willing to suffer?
This is post is my reading of a HuffPost article written by Mark Manson Entrepreneur and author and world traveler. He writes on how people can improve their lives, as well as social commentary and various life experiences at MarkManson.net.
This audio file requires 14 minutes from beginning to the end.
If you are a reader and prefer consuming this article in that way, I’ve attached a link to the article here: http://bit.ly/2iEfsll
However, you decide to engage with Mark Manson’s ideas about success and struggle, before you begin to find a comfortable space, grab your favorite beverage and maybe a close friend or colleague who might enjoy the topic too.
So, what is the cost of success? Mark answers the question by asking us another. What are you willing to suffer?
I enjoyed reading Mark’s insightful and thought-provoking answer to this question, I hope you do too.
Leadership is service. Normally we hold back because we don’t want to be seen as driven by ego. But that just means we’re focusing too much on what others might think about us. Leadership is not about us. It’s about the people we’re trying to help.
“When a company delivers great experiences, it builds relationship capital. Relationship capital leads to loyalty. And, in the world of extreme competition and unlimited choices, loyalty is the only thing that takes care of the bottom-line. Bottom-line isn’t a goal, it is a result. Enabling unforgettable experiences across every touchpoint – that is a goal.”