Do you remember a time in your life when you were committed to achieving a goal (personal or professional) and you would stop at nothing to achieve it? You did it despite what others might have been telling you to do and not to do. Even after the initial excitement wore off, you still took the necessary actions towards achieving that goal. Through all the difficulties, sacrifices and challenges, you achieved what you set out to do. The feeling alone was so rewarding that you started to look for other challenges and opportunities within your personal and professional life with the same resolve, believing that anything can be achieved.
Is There a Place for Passion in Organizational Performance is posted at the PerformanceXpress.