Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm is “caught,”—not taught. Napoleon Hill—author of “Think and Grow Rich”, describes enthusiasm this way; “Enthusiasm is a state of mind that inspires and arouses one to put action into the task at hand . . . Enthusiasm bears the same relationship to a human being that steam does to the locomotive – it is the vital moving force that impels action.”

Nearly everyone is drawn to enthusiastic people, enthusiasm should be at the top of your goals for self-improvement. Smart companies seek enthusiastic team members over industry knowledge because you can teach industry knowledge, but it’s almost impossible to teach enthusiasm and likability. Enthusiastic people also tend to have the ability to think on their feet, flexibility, strong problem-solving skills and a sense of humor. Advance today in your career by growing in your enthusiasm.

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