In the forefront of our mindset and mood is the desire to raise the standard of work and living. As humans it is ingrained in us to strive.

In order to do so, three areas need to be addressed:

1. Creative ideas and innovation to make adjustments to the current way of work. This includes easier access, open learning, technology, modification of financial structure, and government handling the new societal issues for progress.

In Germany, unemployment has steadily declined during the recession. How? They not only educate they train and retrain. Learning is the catalyst for positive change.

2. We are moving more and more towards a knowledge based economy. Easier access to and ability to apply the knowledge, information, and research raises the standard of work and living. It’s a form of empowerment.

Solutions will continue to benefit all and then be specifically laser focused to benefit your individuality. This has been the case and it will be much more noticeable and prevalent. It is already happening with empowerment, technology, medicine, cultures, race, and humanness. This will resolve problems that hinder people from progressing.

3. Think of the times you’ve been stuck. By having the tools or knowing where to access what you need or a tip you become unstuck. If you keep adding tools to your mindset, mood, and mental motivation, you keep yourself and others from getting stuck. It requires leadership teamwork. Leadership on its own doesn’t work. Teamwork on its own doesn’t work. Leadership teamwork does work.

Harness the human desire to strive by tuning your mindset, mood, and mental motivation to raise the standard of work and living. The gains we see will far outweigh the recession.

Raise the standard of work and living by consistently playing at the top of your game.

Author's Bio: 

Raj Gavurla works with organizations that want more productivity and profitability by improving their mindset, mood, and motivation. He is the author of Winning at Entrepreneurship. Contact him at 404.918.7366,, and learn more at