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“Before anything else; getting prepared is the secret of success.”

According to Wikipedia, “Preparation is a management principle whereby people get ready for a final product or successful experience.”

An online dictionary further defines Preparation as the process of getting something ready for use or a particular purpose in making arrangements for something. Before you decide to engage in that trip, relationship, aspiring for a leadership position or your set objective, the big question is are you ready for it?

At such a time like this many people wants to venture into one thing or the other, be it business, politics or a new job. It is indeed a good thing to aspire for a new level because the world itself is not static. I ask again, are you ready?

It is worthy to note that proper planning deters poor performance, therefore, dreaming and aspiring for a great future or new challenge is not the problem your level of preparation is what will determine the outcome of your success.

Someone once said, Practicing the art of preparation allows us to hone these four key skills:

Being Prepared Enhances Self Discipline.

Being Prepared Enhances Our Strategic Thinking.

Being Prepared Increases Our Flexibility.

Being Prepared Develops Our Resilience.

Many are stuck in the euphoria of wishful thinking rather than taking the courageous step of preparation.

Above all, the secret you need for your success is adequate preparation.

Start your preparation today if you desire a better tomorrow.

Start your preparation today if you aspire to be a reputable leader.

Start preparing now if you aim to marry the best man/woman. Don’t wait until you see him/her.

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Start your preparation today if you want to be a force to reckon with.

Whatever you dream of becoming will be determined by your engagement today.

Remember, the only day appealing to a lazy man is tomorrow.

 

GET UP AND GET STARTED!

YES YOU CAN!

 

Author:

Temitayo ABUDU

The Glossophobia

Disruptive Coach

GDC

 

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