Monthly Archives: September 2011

Stop looking for the hole in one

Statistics reveal the average golfer has a 1 in 12,000 chance of hitting a hole in one; the statistics can’t be much better for a salesperson looking for a lay down. You know the customer who comes in with the Sealy Mattress strapped to their back looking for an anything goes kind of deal. If […]

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Not everyone can roll in a Beamer

Dr. King believed, “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” What is a motivational quote for most was a creed for Todd Beamer and thousands of others that fateful 11th day of September 2001.  A […]

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Ain’t got know time…

Benjamin Franklin once said, “He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.” We make excuses why we can’t squeeze another task into a day, especially when it comes to learning. We treat learning like we do exercising; we’ll get to it when we can. Eventually, a lack of learning, like […]

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Do you have intentions or a plan?

The road to hell is paved with good intentions, but the road to success is paved with a good plan. Many people wrongly confuse intentions with a plan. Both are needed for success, but on different planes. It takes intentions to form the mental attitude, but it takes a plan to bring your intentions to […]

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