My work at the BC Institute of Technology is fun in that I have the opportunity to connect with the next generation of world changers.
Our students tend to be focused on where they want to go and what they want to do.
I met a student yesterday by complete happenchance and just loved his story.
He was a first year student in the Marketing Pro Sales option and had worked for Future Shop for a few years post High School.
His sister had come to BCIT and she told him it was a lot of hard work but worth it in the end. A very good explanation.
So what did this kid do? Get scared about the impending work load? Party hard cause there was going to be a lot of work in the future? Run away?
I loved his response. He told me that last January he purposely took a second job to crank his working hours to over 60 per week. Not really for the money. It was to PREPARE himself mentally and physically for the workload he knew was coming.
Why? He knew the payoff would be worth it in the end. From my years of experience, I’ll tell him one thing. Yup, it will. It will be well worth it in the end.
I loved that interaction and that story. It was a Be The Best moment from out of the blue.
I met another kid once who set goals and then worked hard to achieve them. You’ve met him too, even though for some of you it may have only been through this blog.
Chris knew that goals in your brain or even written down were useless if they weren’t brought to life with hard work and then more hard work.
Be The Best.
Rock your Saturday.