“When opportunity is knocking, don’t complain about the noise.” – Chad Veach
Progress, growth and/or learning doesn’t come easy. You don’t sit down to a piano and begin playing. You don’t pick up a nail gun and start nailing.
Whatever comes easy to you, eventually, you get to the point where the next step comes harder. The next skill is more intricate. The next concept more complex.
The competition is harder. You discover there is someone who may be as talented, that works as hard and may want it as much.
The risk is higher. The stakes are steep. But, it makes things interesting. Your heart leaps. It gets you going in the morning.
People who “happen to the world” seek those opportunities. They don’t complain about them.
Join 1500 of Howe’s followers who are learning how to be better at work and in life.
Do you identify as a leader? Whether or not you have the title or the official responsibility, you lead. Your actions have an impact. Learn more in this latest article: https://www.hqnotes.com/were-all-leaders/
Are you registered to vote? It's easy to believe that one vote doesn’t matter; but when most of you believe your vote doesn’t matter, you make that belief a certainty if your votes are not cast on Election Day. Learn more about why your vote truly matters: https://www.hqnotes.com/your-vote-matters/
Ever wonder what attributes are common to people living meaningful lives? Learn more: https://www.hqnotes.com/self-fulfilling-attributes-common-to-successful-people/
What does real #leadership look like, particularly in a crisis? Check out the latest blog post as Howe Wallace shares some thoughts: https://www.hqnotes.com/leadership-101/
If you had only one word to describe your role in the world and one adjective to refine it, what would that noun and adjective be? Check out the latest from the blog. https://www.hqnotes.com/motivation-defining-yourself-adjective-or-noun/