Learn from The Ants – Ever strode over a moving stream of ants of any species? Did you observe anything about them?
Well, I have strolled past a long chain of food hunting ants before and I have observed some special traits in them.
Ants don’t have leaders, yet they are so organized, none breaks his rank, they all move in uniform from one spot, all focused at one destination, at one goal, nor do they leave anyone behind. If any ant gets injured, he is carried by another. Wow!! This is something we don’t see every day.
Ants are an amazing colony working together to achieve a common goal. Their prowess is in their teamwork.
Life Lessons to Learn from the Ants
1) Ants are so organized
In such a way that you’d love to stop and watch as the creatures make their pass down the lane. This could actually challenge you to start organizing your life, your way, and your schedule.
There can be no success gotten in a company without teamwork. These guys (ants) do it so well that you never get to know who the queen or the laborers are.
Well, add to the list. Their movement in 3 rows is an example of their discipline. Most nursery schools can’t even control the children’s line in the assembly hall but, the ants do.
These dudes are united in their uniformity, none tries to trample upon the other.
When an ant gets wounded or dies, another carries him from the way to be treated or buried. Did I say buried?
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6) Hard work
They all work hard day and night to keep the colony going.
They have a purpose to store enough food for the weather, you too could be purpose-driven. Try to find your purpose and work towards it.
They can’t be distracted off their focus even if you stepped into their midst. You must never let the storms of life pull you away from your focus.
9) They’re workable
They work, work, work.
10) They do not slumber
They are persistent, do not give up nor give in to fair weather.