Glowing Global Shares How to Properly Focus Your Ambition
15 Aug

Glowing Global Shares How to Properly Focus Your Ambition

Glowing Global places a huge importance on ambition. The drive and focus to accomplish your goals derive from ambition also. “As an individual, there are couple different criteria you need to be equipped in, to utilize our fullest capability ambition, resourcefulness and spirit are important,” says Ricco Katona, managing director of Glowing Global. According to Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success, it says “Ambition is a feeling or a desire to achieve a goal. Usually, that goal revolves around a person’s definition of success or greatness. I believe we are most likely to succeed when ambition is focused on noble and worthy purposes and outcomes rather than on goals set out of selfishness. If our ambition is to be highly publicized, receive a lot of recognition, attain a position of power or prestige, or make a lot of money, we do not have noble goals. If we are focused away from ourselves, and on the team and others, we possess noble goals.”

“Keeping our mind in perspective and ambitions straight helps you see clearly. You will be able to see how far you can go, and accomplish your goals depending on what your actions are,” says Ricco Katona of Glowing Global. For example, our crew at Glowing Global makes confident that their strategies and methods are always creative. They get to this point mainly by their drive and ability to be ambitious. Coach Wooden says, “Coach’s quote, “Be more concerned with what you can do for others than what others can do for you—you’ll be so surprised at the results,” describes the importance of including others on our journey to success. If we are to attain success, we must have ambition with integrity directed at a noble goal. Selfish personal ambition will not accomplish this. As Coach liked to say, “Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there.” Coach advised us to keep our ambitions in proper perspective: “Do not get so concerned with making a living that you forget to make a life.”

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