The traditions of your family set the foundation for who you are, the things you do, and how you do them. Your skills and sense of know-how are the result of generations of hard work, hard lessons, and great rewards. Sharing those lessons, passing down the skills, and preparing the next generation for success is what defines your legacy, making it strong, enduring, and real.
Preparedness is what separates success from failure. It’s mental, physical, and never the same twice. It’s expecting the unexpected. You’ve learned what it takes to be prepared, but that knowledge didn’t come easy. It took years of trial and error, building on the knowledge and success of your forefathers. Your legacy continues by your success, and your success depends on being prepared.
Success doesn’t come easy. When you succeed, you know the struggle was worthy. Much of the value of success lies in the lessons learned to reach it. There’s pride in that, and reward. A reward you pass down through stories, knowledge, and know-how – just as your father did and his father. Success proves your legacy. It’s why you do what you do.