Increasing My DQ

by Patrick Liew on June 15, 2011

There is only one way to press on to success.

I met an old friend who used to work for my company. Although she did not stay for long, I have always felt she had a lot of potential.

Not surprisingly, she is currently doing well. She told me about her new house and car, and her plan to have a holiday abroad.

Driving home that night, I recalled how lost she was when she first joined us. In fact, she was cheated on a few occasions.

But she never gave up. Truth be told, she could not give up.

At that point in time, she had gone through an unpleasant break up in her marriage. She had to look after three school-going kids.

They were bunking together in her mum’s place. She did not have much of a choice.

With the bridges burned behind her, she has no other option but to press on to success.

She had a high DQ – desperation quotient. She succeeded because she must succeed – or her family might go hungry.

Failure is not one of the choices in her life. Lives were at stake.

How desperate am I to achieve success?

To press on to success, I must make sure there is no turning back.

I hope this message will find a place in your heart.

Life is FUNtastic!


Question: How can we be more positively hungry to achieve greater success?


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