Bringing Value, Passion

Updated 05/21/2017
 
   Some definitions of value:
     1 :  the monetary worth of something :  market price
     
:  a fair return or equivalent in goods, services, or
           money for something exchanged
     3 :  relative worth, utility, or importance a good value
           at the price the value of base stealing in baseball
           had nothing of value to say
     4 :  something (such as a principle or quality)
           intrinsically valuable or desirable
  
                                                                                                                                                          Jim Rohn     (Click to enlarge image)

    Even in tough times for companies, those who bring value are protected.

    And never forget or underestimate the sheer "Power of Passion"!


   Vince Lombardi's secret?
   An overwhelming desperation to prove his value  |  Linkedin, Sam Walker                              05/20/2017       LOS ANGELES, 1967:  Head down, chin strap unfastened, his mind in a whirl, Willie Davis
    chugged into the shadows of the stadium tunnel. The team he played for, the Green Bay
    Packers, held a narrow 14–10 lead at halftime over the Kansas City Chiefs, but as he
    walked into the locker room and scanned the faces of his teammates, he could tell he
    wasn’t the only one with a knot in his stomach. “There was a bit of fear,” he said.
    [Anyone can bring value and not be a "leader" as you will read in this article.] 



    15 Ways to Show Your Value at Work  |  American Management Association, Blaine Loomer
    The unemployment rate is higher than in the past and for many companies, business isn’t
    exactly booming. The best way to keep your job is to show your employer that you are so
    valuable that they simply can't live without you.  Here are 15 sure-fire ways to increase
    
your value to the organization.

    The Power of Passion  |  Psychology Today, Sherrie Bourg Carter Psy.D.                                                             04/07/2013
    "A consuming passion is the last thing you think about before you go to bed at night and
    the first thing you think about when you wake up," says Brian Schwartz, author of the
    award-winning 50 Interviews series. "It feels like an addiction, and if someone told you
    to stop, it would be impossible for you to give it up.
" Schwartz explains that those who
    have been lucky enough to recognize and pursue their passion(s) don't really care if
    they are 
getting paid to do it or not. It's a part of their purpose, their calling in life,
    and without it, something is missing.