The pathway to success . . . . and greater achievement is to pull people up.
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Pull People Up
“There are two ways of exerting one’s strength:
one is pushing down, the other is pulling up.”
Booker T. Washington 1856 - 1915, African- American Educator,
Author, Orator, and Advisor to the Presidents
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Pull people up
There are two ways that a person can lead their lives . . . . and find their real strength and purpose.
One can lead a life of pushing the people around down. They will also try to suppress the person’s personal growth . . . . and ambition while restraining their forward progress and success.
This type of person has self-esteem issues . . . . and they try to conceal it by treating the people around them very harshly. Pushing people down at any opportunity gives the person that doing the pushing the allusion of satisfaction.
This person will . . . . eventually self-destruct.
There is another type of person that spends their lifetime in pulling . . . . and pushing people up.
They are the mentors in life, that person will be there to give a person boost at just the right time . . . . and help them to push up when it’s needed.
The mentors are the giver in life . . . . and what they do is not done for recognition . . . . or personal gain. The giver gains person satisfaction in being able to help other succeed . . . . and helping them to achieve their goals.
Something interesting happens along the way for a giver . . . . they become recognized for what they do . . . . and what they have contributed to others. They will attract success through their efforts of giving.
The path way to success . . . . and greater achievement is to pull people up.
©2015 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author