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Be Curious, Be Hungry, Become Indispensable


cu·ri·ous /ˈkyo͝orēəs/ adjective: curious;  • eager to know or learn something.  

I have always been a curious person. I love finding out all the things!!  To be curious for me means that I like to investigate all of the options that I have to get my job done in an as efficient way as possible.  It's my curiosity that helps me research and find answers on my own. I enjoy the challenge of figuring something out, and the reward of finding the answer on my own.  Being curious makes your mind active and observant and open to new possibilities and ideas.  We were all curious as children, and that trait shouldn't go away as adults. Curiosity helps you dig deep and become hungry for the answers.

hun·gry /ˈhəNGɡrē/ adjective: hungry;  • having a strong desire or craving.

Dive in, dig deep, and go for what you want, need, and deserve.  You must have a hunger to constantly be better and it's our hunger to do better, that pushes us constantly forward.  If we are hungry for success we will satisfy that hunger and become successful. Being hungry means you need to satisfy that craving, just like food, if you are hungry to improve you will do what you must to make that happen.

in·dis·pen·sa·ble/ˌindəˈspensəb(ə)l/adjective;  • being absolutely necessary. 

Become necessary for all the right reasons. In your curiosity and hunger to constantly improve your performance, you become an indispensable part of the team. Sharing with others what you have learned, you become a most valued team member.  Not only do you become indispensable, but so does your team!

By using one, two, or all three of these traits, and sharing with your team what you have learned, the paths are limitless!  We are all students and teachers at different moments and with this philosophy and mission we can all learn from each other, grow together, and become an indestructible force to be reckoned with!

Go team!!

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