Single Income Single Identity Syndrome- The Lessons

This is how the professionals get trapped into SISI – Single Income, Single Identity A “mouse” was put at the top of a jar filled with grains He was too happy to find so much of food around him. Now he doesn’t need to run around searching for food and can happily live his life.

As he enjoyed the grains, in few days time, he reached the bottom of the jar. Now he is trapped and he cannot come out of. He has to solely depend on someone to put grains in the same jar for him to survive. He may even not get the grain of his choice and he cannot choose either. If he has to live, he has to feed on whatever has been put into the jar.

Here are my top 4 lessons from this:
1) Short term pleasures can lead to long-term traps
2) If things are coming easy and you are getting comfortable, you are getting trapped into survival mode
3) When you are not using your potential, you are losing it
4) If you don’t take right Action at right time, you will finish what you have and will be in no position to come out.

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Published by Aquinius Mung'atia

Aquinius Mung’atia is the Head of Projects at Aga Khan Hospital, Mombasa, and was previously the General Manager of Muthaiga Golf Club and Sigona Golf Clubs, respectively. He is an expert in Strategic Management with over 20 years of experience in both hospitality and healthcare Industry. My Career path boast of extensive training and consultancy experience in Hospitality Industry, Hospital Support Services and Operations, Healthcare Projects and Facility Management, among others. The author is currently a PhD student in Business Administration and holder of MBA in strategic Management (University of Nairobi) and a 1st class honors degree in Hotel and Institution Management (Maseno University) Aquinius is also a healthcare insight and a data analytic enthusiast. Follow him on https://www.linkedin.com/in/aquinius-mungatia or Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/significantinsights/

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