Perform with Passion

Chang, Richard
January 2005
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jan2005, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p5
The article discusses on the need to inculcate passion in attitude to gain competitive advantage. A solid business plan and healthy profit margins are vital to success. But while many have the ability to succeed, few have the sheer emotional force to be the best. Passion is the power that fuels one's strongest emotions. It is the intensity one feels when engaged in activities that interest him deeply. It fills one with energy and enables him to perform at his peak. It views that it is necessary to identify the ideas and activities that inspire one's passion.


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