Now this doesn’t mean you have to leap up excitedly and run over and hug the person when they meet you! All it means is being nice, friendly, helpful, focused and present for your customer and their needs now isn’t that easy?? If you’re doing something right now that you aren’t passionate about, stop causing yourself and everyone you deal with pain instead look at things you do love doing and can do passionately All that’s stopping you from doing it is YOU WHAT YOU WANT TO ACCOMPLISH IN YOUR BUSINESS AND KEEP FOCUSED if you don’t have a plan in place of where you wish to be, and how you want you business to be functioning in a year or 2 then you’re on the road without a map! You’ll go round and round in circles, and life will be a little chaotic. Not only will you be confused, in most cases your clients and team will certainly feel the adverse effects of this lack of direction too. Start thinking about where you see yourself and your business this time next year, then go about setting up little goals (or steps) for yourself that are achievable between now and then to ensure you set yourself up for a successful and profitable outcome.
Ray Gargus, who died less than two years ago, was a longtime high school football official. I, too, was once a high school football official with the North Alabama Football Officials Association based in Huntsville. I worked numerous games with the veteran official, who was at one time the association’s assignment secretary.
In terms of sustaining that is where he needs to step up a little bit. Once he gets past that first 100 meters we are going to see what he is made of. I think he is going to do some great things. This article expresses the opinions of Marc Cuniberti and are opinions only and should not be construed or acted upon as individual investment advice. Cuniberti is an investment advisor representative through Cambridge Investment Research Advisors, Inc., a registered Investment advisor. He can be contacted at SMC Wealth Management, 164 Maple St.
After so much turmoil and realizing what truly important in life, spending an evening, celebrating being alive with all the people I love and care about sounds like an event I love to be at. Also, they have a live band. Who does that anymore?”. As a word of warning, Andrea Kremer shows us, these rookies are confronted by blunt, real life talk and topics. Judge for yourself whether the message hits the mark. On a Sunday in June, Bears wide receiver David Terrell, the eighth pick in this year’s draft, is preparing to make the drive from his home in Richmond, Virginia to Leesburg, Virginia, site of this year’s Rookie Symposium..