By k | January 24, 2011 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

One can become
very disgruntled
when watching reality shows.
Reality shows make the rich appear
to be given things,
to not have to work.
That is fantasy, not reality.

That is why
The King’s Speech is so refreshing.
Here is a King,
a man born to privilege,
yet we watch him struggle
to overcome a weakness.
He is never great
but, with hard work,
he ends up good.

The lesson?

“There’s no substitute for hard work.
You have to roll up your sleeves
and put the hours in
to get where you want to be,
even if you’re the King Of England.”

The Clarity Rules

has a presentation
of four other lessons learned
from The King’s Speech.

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