Good morning everyone,
I was getting ready to write an article about how-To-Use the tools you already have to succeed when I read a post about a young man planning to leave the Army because of all the BullShit politics involved. Kris I think is his name decided to part ways with the Army because they were more concerned with him requalifying for driver’s license. Yes when you are in the United States Military you need as a soldier to qualify on each vehicle you drive.
I hope you were able to follow what I had written with a vision of this young man driving a Hummer to requalify while being chased by terrorists. This type of stuff happens everyday and I would know I dealt with it during the first Gulf War even though I was non-combat and stayed state side I was injured nether the less.
The idea I am drawing here should start you thinking about what’s next, not now, not then but what’s next! I get people saying, well we have to think about what’s going on now and I respond with O.K. sure so What’s Next?
Lets try this gang, you are working on a project with 2 coworkers on Monday 6am and this project is due Thursday at Noon. Do you put your collective minds together to resolve the problem or think about a similar one you did last month and almost blew it? No, your mind, focus, and thought processes have learned from the last project and without hesitation continue to build from that. I know when I am in that creative mode my mind is in memory recall and forging forward towards the goal “WHAT’S NEXT” . Don’t be stagnant “Replace stagnation with ongoing creation, exhilaration, wealth and happiness” a quote from Mark Hamilton.
We already have the tools to move our businesses forward sometimes half-assed but in any event forward motion is not stagnation which is good. The more you study your current job if some of you still work for someone else the better the understanding of that job becomes which in-turn is Knowledge. Why not use that same practice with your business and own your business by listen, learn, and implement. “Take action today for tomorrow with be better”