Monthly Archives: May 2019

No erasers, just pages

There are times in our lives we’d all love to take back… …times where we turned left, when we should’ve kept straight. When at its hottest, we said words we didn’t mean… made poor decisions even though we knew it wasn’t right… & let things slide that we could’ve stopped right then & there. But […]

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Don’t wait

The reason why you emotionally tank & lose your momentum is because you’re waiting for your one and only..& when it doesn’t result in a positive outcome you crash & quit.

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Being nice is not enough

In sales we tend to err too far either way…we either take out our frustrations on the next customer or fall in love and never ask…being nice is not enough.

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Finding pearls in your clams

There are days when you go diving for pearls only to come up with clams. On those days, carry the lessons forward, but don’t carry the day over.

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Why you’ve lost your touch

If you’re not achieving the results you once did or always wanted, it’s not because you’ve lost your touch…you’ve lost theirs.

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High expectations, low commitment

Everyone has high expectations, but low commitment…they’re only interested.

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Can you write your symphony?

Charlie Munger said, “A man who can play all instruments can write his own symphony, but a man who can play one instrument is limited to just playing his part.” The world is full of one horned players…rare is the one who can play all instruments… That’s the man who can write his own symphony. […]

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Sales Lab: Feed the dog

Which dog will you feed? Hear the full episode You’re gonna have your days of momentum… & your days of Whoa-mentum… When you’re running with Big Mo, life’s good! The money’s rolling in; the lunches are fancier, & it seems every customer is picking up what you’re laying…hell even the customers you wrote off & […]

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