May 16, 2010
In today’s economy, bigger isn’t always better. In fact, it’s often the small little things that customers notice which can put your business on the fast-track to success. Small seemingly insignificant acts are powerful catalysts of change and growth for your practice. Unfortunately, we often make the mistake of not having a system in place to implement and monitor daily small action steps for success. We think it has to be big to make a difference. But business and life rarely follow such a grand scheme.
Attitude drives actions. Actions drive results. Results drive lifestyles. If you don’t like your lifestyle, look at your results. If you don’t like your results, look at your actions. If you don’t like your actions, look at you attitude. If you don’t like your attitude, look at your philosophy. If you have no philosophy and you have a lousy attitude, what kind of actions are you going to take? People will sense your attitude without a single word being spoken. So make it a good one!