Dr. Drew Midday Live with Leeann Tweeden airs weekdays on Talk Radio 790/KABC in Los Angeles and on KGO 810 in San Francisco.
The challenge most sales organizations come up against during their annual meeting is ensuring that the time, resources and investment converts to increased sales performance and revenue growth.
The barrier standing between you and what you are truly capable of is not a lack of information, ideas, or techniques. The secret sauce is Execution.
I know you haven’t had time to study, but I’m confident that you’ll pass. The good news is that there is only one question, here it is: “What would the average American say is more motivating and fun; Work or Sports?”
Years ago, when I began my business career (carbon dating says that was exactly 1,000 years ago) I recall my best bosses and other successful business people sighting a common trait that was considered essential for success, that trait was discipline.
When people ask: “how are you?” my wife Judy is fond of saying “We’re having a good moment.” It’s not that Judy is negative, if you’ve ever met her you know she is quite the contrary.
If I visited your workplace would I see consistency or chaos? Would I observe structure or fire-fighting? Would I first notice the processes, or the ad-hoc activities?
Sometimes the biggest barrier to achieving what you are capable of in life, is your own fear. It might be a fear of failing, a fear of rejection, a fear of criticism, even a fear of embarrassment; the list of possible fears is endless.
Often success is the results of staying in the game and playing one more play, when everything in you feels like stopping.
If you search for inspiring quotes on the power of personal routine, you will find an interesting thing; people are generally in one of two camps.