There are some correlations, especially when it comes to being good at whatever you do.
I often like to say that I am the best in the world at what I do, and I work very hard and strive each and every day to stay up in my field, ahead of the competition, and at the top of my game.
No, I'm hardly alone in this pursuit of excellence, but I fear that far too many people just don't want to go there.
Okay so let's talk.
One thing I've noted from the many applicants that apply to our think tank is that many folks that have a PhD, or are considered the best and brightest in their field and their scientific niche, hardly study the most recent scientific journals in their own field.
Perhaps they think they are too busy to study all the new innovations, or perhaps they're working very hard so they can take a much-needed sabbatical.
Regardless of the reason, I often find that there are things that I know, that they don't, even in their own area of expertise.
I used to think that it was simply an anomaly, but it happens so often now I'm beginning to think it is the rule and not the exception.
Now then, when it comes to online article writing in whatever area or niche that you write in, you also need to stay up with the times, and as one blogger on a very popular online article website recently stated, "you need to constantly research the trends, and you can't become obsolete.
" The blogger even suggested that you need to stay in the conversation, and understand that there is change in every industry sector.
I believe this has a lot to do with the 80-20 rule - the rule which basically states that there are 20% of the people who are the movers and shakers, and 80% of the people just barely getting by.
That rule seems to hold true in almost every sector, and every industry.
All I can say is that it is important that you don't let this happen to you.
When it comes to my prolific online article writing, I work very hard each and every day to read, research, and stay up on all the trends and all the sub niches which I write about.
Indeed, I would suggest if you want to be the best in your field, and the best in your niche, that you do the same.
I don't care if you are research scientist, a top CEO, or want to be a great writer.
You must stay up with the times, stay up with the trends, and pursue excellence.
If you want to be the best, there can be no excuse.
Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.