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Selling Epiphanies – Volume 1, Issue 3 April 2, 2012

Selling Epiphanies

Volume 1, Issue 3 April 2, 2012

“Getting to Your Goals” was the title of the Sunday morning sermon at my church. Although this is not the venue for reiterating the sermon, I thought it appropriate to relay some points of relevance.

Ask yourself this question, “Can your personal, relational, financial, and vocational goals be reached by _________?” There was a list of 15 phrases to fill in the blank with. I was feeling pretty good until I heard it, wasteful  depletion of one’s own resources. It sounds pretty bad…and I was guilty! Resources can be your talents, knowledge, assets, or time. So fill in the blank.

Can your goals be reached by the things you are depleting your resources on? I have to say no. There are instances when my time is depleted on useless activities, such as watching television…but no longer! My time and talent will be used to reach all of my goals. How about you?

It seems to me that most of us have a problem with not having enough time and the time we do have, well let me just say that maybe it is time to evaluate how we are spending it.


Resources…building on exceptionalism

There is no better place to find current industry information than First Research.

Whether you need critical information for that next big meeting, or for discovering your next “target” market… you will find it there!

Knowledge Sharing…having an edge

Your environment and your customers are always in flux; don’t be caught off guard. Change is constant, but you can minimize the impact of “unexpected” change by staying attuned to your environment.

Your framework for success is operating within a HEM; your buffer is establishing and adhering to preparedness benchmarks. Building this buffer around your framework for success will keep you alive when others die.

“Knowledge in itself serves no purpose; knowing what to do with what we know and doing it brings the result.” L.Seamans

In The News

Orlando Business Journal  – Date: April 2, 2012

Wall Street surged in its best first-quarter performance in 14 years, as the outlook for the U.S. economy brightens and tensions over Europe’s debt crisis calm down, Fox Business reports.

In the first quarter, the S&P 500 climbed 12 percent and the Dow Jones Industrial Average soared 8.1 percent. However, the Nasdaq posted the best performance, climbing 18.7 percent in its best start since 1991.

All three are up for two consecutive quarters, rising more than 20 percent each.

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