Your journey to success?

What is the true cost of success?

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.

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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?

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I enjoyed reading Mark’s insightful and thought-provoking answer to this question, I hope you do too.

Let’s get started!

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Price is what you pay, value is what you get!

Value based pricing
Price is what you pay, value is what you get!
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Stand up to Stand out!

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Report: Provider attitudes on digital health, big data more closely aligning with consumers

Report: Provider attitudes on digital health, big data more closely aligning with consumers

Source: medcitynews.com

With patients and clinicians onboard with digital health and big data, we are positioned to maximize the teamwork required by all parties engaged, to achieve optimal health outcomes.

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3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Be Bashful About Selling Your Own Products

Working with a half heart is like running with one leg. We’ll get passed up.
Michael Hyatt

Source: michaelhyatt.com

Michael Hyatt keeping it simple.

Excerpt:

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.

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Why Companies Must Invest In Experience Management

Are you building relationship capital all the time?

Source: www.forbes.com

“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.”

See on Scoop.itModern Marketing Revolution

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3 Hospitals Effectively Using LinkedIn |

Gone are the days where LinkedIn was just a social media site for finding a new job. The network has evolved into the premier social destination for

Source: www.likeable.com

Blazing trails for other hospitals to follow.

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Ruth Chang: How to make hard choices – YouTube

Here’s a talk that could literally change your life. Which career should I pursue? Should I break up — or get married?! Where should I live? Big decisions li…

Source: www.youtube.com

Ruth Chang offers us a process for making hard decisions.

She says:

“Drifters allow the world and circumstance to write the story of their life.

We each have the opportunity to take control of the story via knowing how to make the hard decisions and thus become the authors of our own lives”.

#Storytelling #Reason

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