When Coach Wood started building the pyramid of success in 1934, he chose enthusiasm as another Konestone. Although many other blocks were transferred in the next 14 years and they developed their pyramid, but the enthusiasm never went on.
The enthusiasm is defined in the Pyramid of Success: “The brushes with whom you come in contact are closed. You really should enjoy what you are doing.”
Coach Wood believed that enthusiasm was an igniter who used to work hard in hard work. “Without enthusiasm, hard work leads to tedium, without enthusiasm, it rises enthusiastically toward unrealistic potential when combined, they cement a solid foundation.”
Coach Wood’s father, Joshua, gave his sons two sets of three rules which he hoped would be his daily behavior. The second group of three- “Do not cheat, do not complain, do not be excused” -how to deal with discretion and always had the advice of how to maintain a positive attitude
Successfully influenced coach wood in choosing this advice as a challenge in the form of success of your pyramid. But the definition of wood, that “you really should enjoy what you are doing,” it provides a challenge to take a step further. Choose a career that gives you the pleasure of working; The coach did not believe that you could ever reach your full potential in a field, unless you were really happy with the work, which you had the opportunity to complete.
In fact, the advice of coach Woodens was very clear to those who did not work which they did not enjoy: “Complain about the debate, complain of excuses, just keep you out of the present. If your complaints are your calling If you are stable, serious and genuine, then leave it practically …. If you have a job you enjoy but your rules on negative external situations Rn are not, then you should not have to bother them and reduce their enthusiasm. ”
Coach Woodson has said that he had allowed difficult entry requirements and poor facilities in UCLA for 12 or 13 years before his coaching career. As long as he did not change his attitude or until the coach said, “I embraced my pyramid” and he was excited to win the national championship.
There is some additional knowledge about the enthusiasm of coach wood:
- “The more worried we become more than those things we can not control, what we will do with the things we can control.”
- “People are generally happy because they make their mind.”
- “Things are best for those people who get out of work.”
Coach Woodson explained that he felt that an enthusiastic, positive, optimistic attitude is a complete need of leadership.
“We sometimes influence the lives of others, often than in doubt.”
As a leader, you should always be aware of your voice and should know that sometimes a simple sentence said in negative words that you can reduce the excitement of those with whom you work and Productive results put in jeopardy..