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To have a reason to get up in the morning, it is necessary to possess a guiding principle.

  • A belief of some kind.
  • A bumper sticker if you will.

I feel there’s no better time to believe in the prospect of possibilities, of dreams coming true, than at the moment you open your eyes.

Here are some reasons to get out of bed. Did we cover it all? Let us know the number one reason YOU wake up in the morning in the comments section below.

  1. A chance to see the sun rise! 
  2. To wrap my arms around my amazing children!
  3. Because I am alive and there is something new to be explored, learned, observed in the day to start.
  4. Carpe diem — seize the day! Even if you’re not a morning person every day is a gift.
  5. Because I still can and I know that some day in the not too distant future, I won’t be able to anymore. Got to live the life I have while I have it.

       6. To see what happens today!

        7. To see what this glorious day will bring!

        8. I love the challenge and the battle the day throws at me.

        9. To begin a new day with positivity.

        10. To kiss my husband!

          11. Love of life!

 Did these 11 statements cover it all?

Let me know the number one reason YOU wake up in the morning.

Count your blessings – If you count the sunny and the cloudy days of the whole year, you will find that the sunshine predominates.

Here’s To Your Success,

 Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

 Jerry

 P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.
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W. Clement Stone, co-founder with Napoleon Hill of the magazine, “success Unlimited” (Success), defines success as follows:

“Success is getting what you want out of life, without infringing on the rights of others.”

I made a nice framed plaque with this definition of success which now hangs in my office. The inspiration this definition provides me is twofold.

First, it constantly reminds me that success is becoming the person I want to be and achieving the things in   life I want to achieve.

Secondly, it also reminds me that success must be achieved without infringing on the rights of others. SUCCESS WITH INTEGRITY – that is the real challenge of life.

This puts the concept of success on a very personal basis. It is getting what you want out of life, whether it be in business, job, marriage, personal dreams, desires and goals, or any other area of accomplishment you want.

An Unbeatable Combination when you combine this concept of success with the following Principles of Success:

  • Everyone has the potential for success.
  • Strong desire and strong determination are essential ingredients of success.
  • Believe in yourself, that you can achieve success, and you will.
  • You must be in control of yourself and your environment to succeed.
  • You can create your opportunities.
  • Your ability to visualize your dreams, desires and goals will determine your level of success.
  • You must make the decision to act, then act to realize your dreams, desires and goals.
  • Utilize the subconscious mind to achieve success.
  • Lasting success can only be achieved with integrity.
  • Achieving success is based on a learnable body of knowledge and concepts which can be applied to achieve success.
  • You are the only limitation to your success.

It is not necessary that all of the Principles of Success be present for you to achieve success. But by having more will definitely increase your chances.

Remember:

  • You can be a success.
  • You can get whatever you want out of life.
  • You must do it with integrity.

Here’s To Your Success,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.

Following your great passion in life need not involve great risk.

  • You may need the courage to change some aspects of your life
  • You may need the gumption to stick with it
  • You  will need to follow your best instincts

One of the great joys of life is losing track of time because you are so caught up in what you are doing that you are not aware of the time passing by Wow – is it five o’clock already?

  • Is there something that makes you smile with satisfaction?
  • Is there something that gives your life a sense of purpose?
  • Shouldn’t it be a big part of your life?

At the age of 20, Debbi was a young housewife with no business experience. Yet, she had:

  • A dream,
  • A recipe and
  • A passion for sharing her chocolate chip cookies.

She was quite well informed of her passion of making cookies. People thought she had gone crazy. They told her that it was just impossible to establish a business out of selling cookies. But Debbi had a rock-solid determination. She knew that she could make it happen.

She managed to do what most people considered impossible. She convinced a bank to finance a business concept which had never before been proven and which appeared on the surface to have little likelihood of success.

Mrs. Fields wanted to open a chocolate chip cookie bakeshop and store. On August 16, 1977, Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chippery opened its doors to the public in Palo Alto, California.

She Found Her Love Quite Early in Life
Debbi was fortunate to find the love of her life quite early. She kept herself busy making cookies right from the time she was a kid. She continued to experiment with different types of ingredients. She nurtured this love in the years that followed. She was truly passionate!

She Took Control of Her Life
You can’t realize your full potential unless you take control of your life. When you dream of doing something, you should believe in it as well. No matter what people think or say, you should carry on with a headstrong determination. Debbi knew she was really passionate about making cookies and she could establish a million dollar business out of it.

“The important thing is not being afraid to take a chance. Remember, the greatest failure is to not try. Once you find something you love to do, be the best at doing it”, says Debbi.

She Worked Really Hard
Though she wasn’t naturally talented, she was quite hard working. She was always ready to walk that extra mile throughout her entrepreneurial journey. The first cookie shop that Debbi opened in Palo Alto had not made a single sale by noon of the first day. Soon, Debbi was out into the street and began distributing cookies to people at no cost. As those cookies tasted good, people returned to her shop to buy more. That’s the attitude you need to have in order to achieve business success.

She Had a Sincere Concern for People
Debbi’s prime focus was to satisfy customers. She continued to produce superior quality baked products to make people happy. She never felt like she was running a cookie business. In fact, she sold joy. She sold a unique experience to people. So, her cookie business continued to grow. And she became successful.

She Automated the Business Operations
As Mrs Fields Cookies continued to grow and attract more customers, Debbi felt an urgent need to automate the business operations. In the year 1989, she set up highly efficient computer systems to fine-tune operations. The process of automation also brought franchising opportunities for her cookie business.

What activity makes you feel “in sync?” You must keep seeking what fits you best, what you were designed for. There is a difference between doing things out of economic necessity and doing things because you’re wild about doing them. Many people have gotten very good at what they do out of duty, but dread going to work in the morning because they don’t enjoy it.

You owe it to yourself to keep looking for something that you have a passion for and then find a way to get more of it into your every day schedule.

Take some time and jot down your response to these questions. You just may discover your passion!

  1. What gets you excited and happy about life?
  2. What do you notice that you are attracted to do?
  3. What would you be doing if you could truly do what you want to do? (What would you do for free?)
  4. What did you really enjoy as a child?
  5. Are you more interested in people? Or task?
  6. Do you like things indoors, or outdoors?
  7. How will you direct your passion once you identify it?
  8. Who would be a good mentor for that passion?

After reflecting on your responses, it might be good to talk over your findings with a good friend, or mentor. Having a purpose will give you a sense of forward direction.

When you feel an intense drive to do something, most likely you are being directed to live the life you were meant to live.

Here’s To Your Success,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.

Here is an encouraging fact. Believe it! You can be free from unproductive habits. You can develop productive producing habits.

I was told by a much wiser man that in the process of welding, where two pieces of metal are united by intense heat, the point at which the welding takes place is stronger than the original metal pieces. Two boards cut in half, the grains reversed, when glued together become stronger than the original. Yes this wiser man was my Dad, (Thanks Dad). Similarly if you substitute good habits for bad, you can be “strong at the broken places.”

What are unproductive habits? There are many:

  • Worry
  • Tension
  • Anxiety
  • Fear
  • Ill will
  • Resentment
  • Procrastination
  • Overeating
  • Lack of exercise, just to name a few.

Whatever habits you have developed over the years that detract from your best productive interests can be overcome. It has been said that anything you do consistently for thirty days straight will take you far along the way to breaking a habit. And if you do it for six months, the habit will be completely gone.

So a way to break a habit is to substitute something good in its place. Then practice using the good habit every time the urge for the bad habit emerges. Do that for six months until the good habit has completely replaced the old one.

A habit is an acquired tendency which becomes strong from repetition. This means you can be the master of your life’s habits, discarding the bad and selecting the good. If you want to eliminate a bad habit or acquire a good one, you must understand that habits are not inherited, they take hold through repetition. And they can be broken by breaking the chain of repetition. You being a wise person must be very discriminating in the kind of habits you allow to be formed in your life.

Replace bad habits with good habits to increase the productive-fullness of your life.

Here’s To Your $uccess,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.

We are now in the second month of 2014 many of you are already second guessing your New Years resolutions. I know you are not one of them. We know that people who are on a mission to accomplish great things find having a great attitude much easier because such an attitude comes with a high degree of expectation for a better tomorrow.

If you know tomorrow is going to be no better than today, it is hard to be optimistic in mood and activity. A great many people are trying to achieve goals, but face a problem: They have not tied their desires to the activity they are about to undertake. They need to develop the right mental attitude to be effective. You may be asking how?

  • Stay positive by reconnecting to your dreams
  • Allow your vision for success to be your motivation
  • Don’t let setbacks and temporary failures hold you back

 Many entrepreneurs are faced with disappointment’s the average person may be set back in deep despair and may never recover and ultimately accept defeat.  But you and I have a dream which we are in passionate pursuit; we have the ability to be resilient in our response to situations that would otherwise affect our attitude in a negative way.  Reevaluate your personal mission statement and RECONNECT WITH YOUR VISION!

Here’s To Your $uccess,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


 
Jerry Scicchitano
 
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.

Today we will continue with the Second most important ingredient in marketing any product or service. When you solve a problem, try to do it fast. In this age of fast food franchises, shopping at home and convenience, everybody wants what they want NOW. They don’t want to wait for results.

When dieting, people don’t want to wait 6 or 12 months to see a new body. If they are trying to lose weight they want to see results in one week, two weeks or three weeks. Let’s face it. You want results fast. And you are no different from anyone else.

Common sense is a big part of marketing any product or service, but most of us ignore common sense when we look at marketing. We don’t consider HOW we think. We often try to guess how others think. Look at yourself and you will realize that you are not much different than the person to whom you are trying to sell your product or service.

The third ingredient in successful marketing your product or service is ease. Make it easy for people to put your solution to use. Easy solutions to common problems are terrific. In this day and age, we want the most for the least amount of effort. Whether selling in:

  • In person
  • Online
  • Running ads in newspapers or magazines
  • On television
  • Or radio

You have to make sure that whoever is watching, viewing, or reading knows:

  • They are getting a problem solved
  • The solution to the problem is fast
  • And it’s easy to implement

When you have these three ingredients, you have the foundation for a successful offer and ultimately a successful business.

The consumer wants to know why he or she should give you money for what you’re offering. They don’t want to wait around for you to explain it to them. They want a clear, succinct, precise message as to what the problem is, how you are going to solve it, and how long it will take.

Most successful money earners understand the importance of these three basic premises. Take some time now to be thinking about what type of products or services will almost always succeed?

Here is an example:

Diet products – One of the hardest things in the world is to lose weight. It’s a common problem. Approximately 50% of the people throughout the world at some point or another have problems with their weight. Often people want a diet that will solve those problems. As a matter of fact, people who have bought diet products before are the best prospects to buy diet products again. How about exercise programs/equipment, books, personal trainers, gym memberships, etc.

That’s why this area is so very popular and successful in earning money. There is always a big audience of interested people. At any given time these people that you are hoping to reach are out there. They haven’t gone away. In other words, it’s not a market that’s affected by time or the economy. We’re all trying to look as good as we can and if we are a little overweight, we’d like to lose that weight.

The fault with many products that fail is that either they don’t solve a problem at all, or they solve a problem for a very narrow audience. When I look at solving problems, I love to look at products that resolve a problem that a lot of people have. Go ahead and find that one product or service that you can fall in love with.

Here’s To Your $uccess,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.

One day you’re standing in front of your bathroom mirror brushing your teeth. As your working the brush back and forth across your teeth, your thoughts start to drift. And you see yourself standing in that exact same spot doing the exact same thing 10 years later.

You’re startled and start to wonder, what will have changed 10 years from now? You’re answer seemed to be “nothing”, unless you begin to put some things in motion NOW.

So where do you begin? What do you do today? (You are probably reading this blog because you are looking for a way to earn extra part-time income. So the example I will be using is along these lines, however the steps and ideas can be used in reaching many different types of goals you may have.)

 First I encourage you to become aware of how and where you spend your time (a few posts ago we spent one week recording and analyzing our time, if you did not do this I encourage you to start there.) Why am I sharing this with you? There’s a reason. I WANT YOU TO BE MORE PRODUCTIVE. You can’t be until you realize that there’s a problem with how you spend your productive time. I want you to be successful.

The second thing I want to make sure you do at least within a week is to decide on what service or product you would like to offer.

Deciding on your product or service there are three essential ingredients for what works and what doesn’t. If you keep these three essential ingredients in mind and apply them in everything that you do, you should succeed in most projects that you undertake, if you have a good offer.

The first and most important thing is to solve a problem. In this day and age people have a wide variety of problems. Let’s face it, we all want solutions to our problems quickly and easily.

Solving a problem, whether it’s a problem of time, money or any other problem that you can consider is paramount to being successful in your endeavor. Frankly, I believe it’s important for any business to solve the problems that people have.

Once upon a time there was a company that was marketing a support pillow. Most of the people that ordered the pillow had neck pain. It is a common problem. Because of that, they were able to teach people where their problem originated. Regular pillows have no head or neck support. A foam pillow does. They taught people about a problem and then they showed them how to solve it quickly and easily at a fair price.

So today I would like to leave you with this thought – Pick a target and take action. It’s awfully hard to hit a target that you can’t see. Yet many people walk through life aimlessly from Friday to Friday with no important target in mind.

Here’s To Your $uccess,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.

As you achieve small successes on your Path to $uccess and gain the specific knowledge or know how you need, you can start to formulate a total plan to realize your dream. This plan is nothing more than a series of goals, in logical sequence, designed to ultimately enable you to make your dream come true.

Two weaknesses’s many see as stumbling blocks in reaching their dreams are being: Unorganized and Lack of Focus. Let’s take a look at these.

  •  Being unorganized may seem like a weakness to you. However there are certain situations where being “unorganized” can be a good thing. For example when brainstorming new ideas and thinking creatively. Having an unorganized mind allows you to switch between ideas and thought easily. This suddenly becomes a huge advantage compared to people that think very linear and get side-tracked in the details.
  •  Another “weakness” which particularly applies to me is lack of focus on one thing. We tend to judge this trait as negative. But the opposite of this weakness is the ability to work on several things and being energized by doing various activities at once. So this can definitely be strength in some kind of situations.

Well how about that you can’t use these as excuses any more.

Nothing in this world is accomplished without action. You must act to achieve success. Each goal must be accomplished by action. Make the decision to go out and buy that book on Real Estate Investing, or Part-Time Income Enterprise Your Road Map to Make Full-Time Income With Part-Time Efforts. Then read it. And then DO IT!

Let’s look at a different kind of dream, a personal desire to take a trip to Hawaii. Set your goals, and act. Your first step may be to Google Hawaii or visit a travel agency and get some brochures on Hawaii.

  • Find out what the trip will cost.
  • Develop a plan to get the money.
  • Set that money aside and do not use it for anything else.
  • Finally, put that plan into action.

Desire by itself will accomplish nothing. It is the motivator. Action is the stuff from which dreams are realized.

If you cannot find a way, Then make a way!

At the risk of repeating myself, successful people get hooked on success. This process may be the closest thing to a perpetual motion machine there is. One success will feed another, will feed another…

Without goals, you will wander aimlessly through life allowing situations to control you rather than you being in control. View your goals and your plan as a road map. When you take a trip, you have a destination in mind. You use a road map to find the best route to get you there. By following that rout you will reach your destination.

Use our goal book the same way. Read your wish list often. Review your priorities. Then pursue those items which have the highest priority, but don’t limit yourself to only one. Sneak some small ones in to fill the cracks.

Set High goals, stretch yourself to reach for the moon. Even if you only get halfway there, you will have achieved more than a person who reached only for the fifth rung on the ladder and was successful in getting only that far. The only failure is never having tried.

“Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to make rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twighlight that knows not victory nor defeat.” Theodore Roosevelt

Someone who’s got what you want is out doing what you’re not. Think about it! Now is the time to start that extra income enterprise.

Here’s To Your $uccess,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus The Divine Mercy Foundation.

When you identify your natural talent, you can easily use it for your personal and financial reward. When you use your talent as the core of your work you will be more satisfied after a day’s work because you just love what you’re doing – with this in place you’re financial potential will explode.

By identifying your innate talent you will find your ticket to greater personal and financial satisfaction. This being said I hope you can understand how this will help you to find the perfect Part-Time Income Enterprise that will meet you and your family’s needs.

Recognizing Your Talents:

Here’s a Simple Talent Detection Exercise

Take some time to answer these questions:

  • What did you love to do as a child?
  • What sense did you live most through? Did you see things, make images, did you talk a lot to yourself, were you more aware of sounds, and did you just feel things… Describe it.
  • What are your greatest achievements?
  • What skills, talents, abilities, shine out in you?
  • What things do you have a real passion for?
  • What do you like best about yourself?
  • What 3 positive adjectives would you use to describe yourself?
  • What are your fondest memories of being you?
  • What are your fondest memories of having fun?
  • What do you know to be true about you when you’re at your best – absolutely?
  • What word(s) would you use to describe you when you’re at your best?

Most of us work against ourselves because we never take the time to assess what our strengths and talents are. This is a big part of not only finding your passion, but effectively working towards it. Here are a few more questions that will help you shave some years off your road to success.

  • List all the things you think your good at:

These would consist of things that come naturally to you, completing crossword puzzles, playing football, knitting, developing new ways to save time doing regular chores, etc.

  • List things others have told you you’re good at:

It can be difficult to do a true self-analysis like this; sometimes there are blind spots that we just can’t see. So list all the things others have told you you’re good at – even if you don’t think it’s true.

Where possible, ask some friends or family members who know you well what they think you’re good at. This can help to flush out your “talent profile.”

  • Write down things you like to do:

There is a small difference between the above questions. Because sometimes there are things that you like to do but aren’t good at, and vice versa. It’s important to write these down.

Now it’s time to rate your talents:

On a scale of 1 to 10, rate how happy you are when you engage in a particular talent.

  • 1 would be sad
  • and 10 would be extremely happy

For example, if you have a talent for singing, but don’t like to do it, then you might give this activity a 1 or 2.

Once you do this, you’ll gain some really good insight into exactly what your talents are.

The foundational reason for identifying your talents is so that you can run your life more efficiently – in every area. You can use this knowledge to identify career and life options, part-time income opportunities that will add to your happiness, putting you light years ahead in every realm (career, personal relationships, financial reward, etc.).

Every person is born with a unique set of talents that gives them a special ability

to perform certain kinds of tasks easily and yet also make other tasks seem

laborious. Knowing what you do best–what your strongest natural talents and

abilities are and how you are “hard-wired”–and then finding the work that best

fits those talents are fundamental to finding success and fulfillment.

Here’s To Your Success,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus The Divine Mercy Foundation.

“Our national talents and passions – the things we truly love to do – last for a lifetime. But all too often, our talents go untapped. Mark Twain once described a man who died and met Saint Peter at the Pearly Gates. Knowing that Saint Peter was very wise, the man asked a question that he had wondered about throughout his life.

He said, Saint Peter, I have been interested in military history for many years. Who was the greatest general of all time?”

Saint Peter quickly responded, “Oh that’s a simple question. It’s that man over there.”

“You must be mistaken,” responded the man, now very perplexed. “I knew that man on earth, and he was just a common laborer.”

“That’s right my friend,” assured Saint Peter. “He would have been the greatest general of all time, if he had been a general.”

This story illustrates a truth that is, unfortunately, all too common. Far too many people spend a lifetime headed in the wrong direction. They go not only from the cradle to the cubicle, but then to the casket, without uncovering their greatest talents and potential.

This is why it’s essential to discover and develop your strengths as early as possible, like realizing that you are a natural at coming up with new ideas that could change the world around you.”

Reprinted – from “Strengths Finder 2.0” By Tom Rath

Remember every human being has talents that are just waiting to be uncovered.

Now it’s your turn to discover yours.

 Here’s To Your Success,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.