I think it’s safe to say that most people loathe the notion of having to use FORMS and CHECKLISTS. What a BORE! Don’t they just slow you down and keep you from hitting a fast pace to completion? Maybe yes on the “slow you down” part, but that’s not all bad. After all . . […]
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Not because you didn’t get it done . . . Because you told me you could do it and stood by your word until the last minute at which point you matter-of-factly said that it couldn’t be done . . . and left everyone involved hanging in a void. Home Sellers had moved out of […]
When you don’t know what to do . . .
There are those times when we simply don’t know what to do. Of course the strong, burly types would never admit to needing help or counsel. Most Men wouldn’t DARE stop and ask for directions. Many professionals are so proud of their depth of knowledge, they wouldn’t even think of showing any sign of weakness […]
Screwing up a perfectly good plan
The Nashville “MTA” (Metro Transit Authority) bus system has undoubtedly put a LOT of thought into efficiency and timeliness of the buses as they pick up and deliver riders. Evidently, they also considered ways for these buses not to disrupt the natural flow of auto traffic by creating “Turn-outs” which allow the buses to enter […]
Organized enough to handle a high volume of business?
Believe it or not, one of most prohibitive barriers inhibiting the average person from being productive at a high level is ORGANIZATION (lack thereof). Most folks in sales have the ability, agility, capacity, skill set to generate more than “enough” leads to fill their business pipeline, but when it comes to the follow-up and servicing […]