18/07/2014 ~ #NicholasA ~ 7 Life Lessons From Benjamin Franklin. #6 Be Diligent

Do you pay attention to all the necessary details that makes up that project or business of yours or are you just haphazardly running through them? Are you being diligent at it?
The WordWeb dictionary defines diligence as “Conscientiousness in paying proper attention to a task; giving the degree of care required in a given situation”. It is a persevering determination to perform a task”.
It is of utmost importance to every one seeking success to develop a diligent nature to such issues as business, project, team etc. because just like every new born child, they need care and close monitoring in order to grow into maturity. 
If you are not diligent enough, there is the possibility of missing out on crucial details that would have led to good outcomes.
Benjamin Franklin said “Diligence is the mother of good luck.”  
If you want to be lucky, be diligent, the more diligent you are, the luckier you will be. Everyone has the ability to increase their luck so many folds by becoming more diligent.
King Solomon wrote “the diligent shall be made rich”.
How we do anything is how we do everything. The fact is, if we’re *truly* committed to living a life less ordinary, we’ve GOTTA embrace the moment to moment opportunities to bring our best to the world. It’s the aggregate of those little things that make the great and there’s simply no way we’re going to do the big things well if we only give part of ourselves to the mundane ~ B Johnson
Create the habit of being diligent in all you do, and you will be surprised at how lucky you become and how far you will go.
The world is waiting for YOU!
Have a lovely Friday!
I honour you!
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