4 Celebrity Quotes To Balance Your Career
The musician David Lee Roth once exclaimed, ‘I’m not conceited. Conceit is a fault, and I have no faults.’ It’s amazing how many celebrities have overly high opinions of themselves. This area of society filters into our everyday life and many people we meet reflect this same elevated view of their own imagined greatness.
In business self-imagined greatness can become a dooming millstone around our neck plunging us into negative patterns that sabotage our own potential success.
As with anything balance is the key. We should never get too high on ourselves because of our successes and never too low or self-loathing when we have a failure or set back.
A balanced approach to business and life will yield success over time and act as the building blocks of our career.
The balance we bring to our business approach will increase our sales as people enjoy dealing with real, honest and sincere people. Just as most people reject arrogant, self-consumed and haughty people.
In fairness to celebrities not all come across as self-lovers. Some even offer advice in which we can apply to business and sales.
Let’s Look At 4 Celebrity Quotes To Balance Your Career:
(1) Make Progress: Will Rogers once said, ‘Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.’
In business we cannot sit still or opportunity will pass us by. We need to be focused and always looking for opportunity. We should view each day as a chance to make significant progress on our goals.
(2) Love Yourself: Woody Allen once quipped, ‘My one regret in life is that I am not someone else.’
To be successful in business we need to be comfortable within ourselves. If we’re not people will sense it and it can become a stumbling block to our success.
(3) Limit Stress: Robert Orben observed, ‘Quit worrying about your health. It’ll go away.’
Sadly, worry and stress consume many and it greatly affects their health, sometimes to the point where serious medical consequences result. When certain matters are out of our control we cannot let the situation consume us, allowing our health to deteriorate.
(4) Value People: In Madonna’s song ‘Vogue’ she refers to the classic film actress Marlene Dietrich and rightfully so when you think of this gem from her very mouth, ‘It’s the friends you can call up at 4 a.m. that matter.’
If we value people in business and life we will be more successful as our friends will be there to support us when times are difficult.
In Conclusion: If you spot any grammatical errors in this post just remember – ‘I’m not conceited. Conceit is a fault, and I have no faults.’