Well, we all have goals. Some of us just want our children to outgrow the yelling and screaming stage. Some of us want to have a nice, solid retirement upon which to live when we are older. Some of us want more privacy and to be able to live our days in peace and quiet with a good book, a faithful spouse (or at least a pet), and plenty of warmth and security. Some of us are really ambitious and want to reach for the stars, outshine everyone else, and live in luxury while always keeping our minds sharp by being the best in our respective fields.
Living up to your goals does not have to be a distant dream. You can come up with a good business based upon solid principles, train your team, and present yourself as a high quality business owner. However, your employees’ dreams are not the same as yours. That much will make itself known to you from a very early time in the employment process. They want different things from you.
How do you get your workers on board with your dream and your future vision?
Well, to begin with, they may never be truly as inspired by your ideas as you are. If they become so, then you have a very loyal, reliable, extremely productive staff member whom you should always keep hired and near you. Their passion for your projects will help feed your own desires, too.
In the meantime, the rest of your employees, which will be most of them, will only be doing their jobs without a great deal of extraneous thought about the goals of the company they work for. Drug and alcohol testing is part of making sure that, whatever their goals are, they do not bring abusive substances into your jobsite. Drug & alcohol testing is instrumental in helping you keep your team in check in that regard while they are helping you to live up to your goals. Onsite drug & alcohol testing, the special drug screening methods which involve coming to your place of business, is provided by Mediscreen in Australia. There may be a few other companies which also provide those services, but you will never notice them.
This article has been taken from : http://www.mediscreen.net.au/living-up-to-your-goals/