Recipe for a happy print shop – part 5 of 8
You’ll always have the ungrateful customers, late paper deliveries, equipment breakdowns, slow payers, and stupid competitors.
And then, of course, every printing firm seems to have one irreplaceable coworker who always seems to see the negative side of things or has to make a point to tell you all the reasons why your new sales and marketing plan won’t work.
Your life is probably so fast-paced that it seems to be swirling around you at times. In the midst of your hectic schedule, there are plenty of opportunities to lose your joy. But you don’t have to let it happen; being joyful is a choice. It’s your choice, not the person’s who wants to steal your joy. You don’t have to let other people or circumstance steal your joy.
Joy provides physical, psychological, and spiritual rewards, both in the life of the one who is joyful and in the lives of those who are working around a joyful person, as joy tends to be contagious. Are you spreading joy around your business?
Great leaders spread joy. They conquer obstacles, solve difficult problems, and achieve impossible goals with joy in their work.
Joy is the one component that when added to the trial, provides the strength to endure it.