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Salary Potential

Nothing is totally fair in life, but get used to it if you stay in interest mode. Potentially a reasonable salary is achievable. In other words, providing we work hard and smart we secure a decent salary!

There are those who are in the right place at the right time, develop skills that differentiate outcome, and go out of their way; full commitment mode to excel. Some will make it to the top, and consequently earn more money than most. The list from March 2023 shows top football managers’ salaries. They are the cream of the crop.

There is no magic wand or crystal ball telling you are going to make it to the top and earn an incredible amount of money. And to be honest you can make a lot of money in any area of commerce. It depends how far you are prepared to go. Commitment can be a decisive factor in achieving results. However, there is much more to the equation and each and everyone of us has to find the right combination of ingredients to make it.

Similarly, a cake in making has diverse ingredients, a method for producing outstanding goodness and flavor while having to be baked in an appropriate oven, at the right temperature, for the right amount of time to become perfect. It takes years of practice to reach the level of perfection required to be award winning.

Only those deeply committed and prepared to stretch themselves to the edge and beyond are likely to reach the perfectness required to make it to the top and earn a salary, a cut above the rest.

Remember to work on education by applying yourself passionately to become a true champion of champions in knowledge and practical experience to what you preach consistently.

Have a great day!

Prof. Carl Boniface

Vocabulary builder:

Cream of the crop (idiom) = the best of the best. The very best of a particular group of people or things. "The researchers and institutions in this network are the cream of the crop."

Magic wand (n) = baton, stick, rod, pointer

A cut above (idiom) = noticeably superior to. "She's a cut above the rest"

Preach (v) = speak, discourse, talk, address, orate, give in sermon, deliver an address, advise, lecture

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