Being A Professional Is An Attitude, Not A Description Of You Make A Living.

Being A Professional Is an Attitude, Not A Description Of You Make A Living.

What’s the difference between Amateur and Professional?

Well, one answer is how the person makes a living and the other answer is how they do something.

Being professional requires a change in your state of mind and that change can make the difference between success and failure.

Being professional doesn’t mean doing more of something, it might mean doing less.

Being professional requires knowing when you should not do something because there is a chance of injury.

Being professional means doing the things you are not good at or don’t like to succeed, not just doing the fun things.

Being professional require commitment, because if it were easy, everybody would do it.

Commit to being as good as you can under YOUR circumstances.


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