Whine or Perform an Attitude Adjustment

Sometimes you have to reach deep and climb high to make an attitude adjustment.

Sometimes you have to reach deep and climb high to make an attitude adjustment.

How many times have you felt an inner GRRR and realized that perhaps an attitude adjustment was in order?  If you are like me, probably more times than you care to admit.

The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation, but your thoughts about it.”

You cannot always adjust the situation to your preferences, but you can always adjust your attitude about the situation.

“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”  Wayne Dyer

Have you ever had your bank account, email, or credit card hacked?  Me too.  It is a genuine pain in the schedule.  Every time you turn around there is one more adjustment to be made to set things right.  You can whine, complain, feel sorry for yourself or blame others.  None of these will make any change whatsoever in the situation or what needs to be done to correct it.  You can say “This is not a good time for this.  I don’t have time to deal with this right now.”  Okay, I get it.  Be honest, there is never a good time for a hacker to invade your life.

I recently had a hacker get through the online banking system enough to change my personal contact information in one account.  After the initial “Oh no” (or something to that effect), I said “Thank you to the fraud department at Wells Fargo that they caught it so fast.  The fraud department was on it instantly before any money could be transferred.”  Yes it was a pain to change the automatic deposits, automatic payments, order new checks, and reconcile all of the transactions.  The good news was that they were my transactions and not those of the hacker.

Attitude choices:  Whine, Complain, Get Frustrated, Get Angry or Get Busy and Get it Done.

“I cannot change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.”  Jimmy Dean

Life is a continual adjustment of internal feelings to external situations.

Building a successful business is never a smooth, easy, gentle learning curve.  The challenges and the way you face them either give you ulcers or a few more stars in “Entrepreneurship Heaven.”  Maybe it is a throwback to elementary school, raising a family or . . . but I prefer stars.

“It’s not the heavy load that breaks you, it’s the way you carry it.”

There was a well-known speaker (temporary memory lapse on her name) who lugged suitcases stacked on top of suitcases, back packs and dragging a cart with more boxes on to the stage.  Each case and box was labeled: anger, guilt, blame, pity party, whine, and every other imaginable complaint.  Her theme was that you can mentally and emotionally drag all of that with you all day every day or you can release it and go forward with your life.

Personally, conducting an attitude adjustment is far easier than dragging that useless, unproductive baggage.

“When we put things off until some future – probably mythical – laterland, we drag the past into the future.  The burden of yesterday’s incompletions is a heavy load to carry.  Don’t carry it.”  It’s far easier on your shoulders, back and spirit to conduct an attitude adjustment.

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Reach Out – It’s Yours

How many times have you felt that you are running to catch the success train and it is just beyond your

Your thoughts create or remove emotional blocks

Your thoughts create or remove emotional blocks

fingertips?  Have you felt that your goals are eluding you?

Stand Up – Speak Up – Step Up

“Live daringly, boldly, fearlessly.  Taste the relish to be found in competition – in having put forth the best within you.”  Henry J. Kaiser

Success is a state of mind as well as the tangible, quantifiable results.  As a new business owner just starting out on their journey to be a successful entrepreneur, it can at times feel like a daunting task.  There will be the “what do I do about this situation?” moments.  There will be the disappointments when an anticipated sale does not come through as quickly as desired or even needed.

It is not what happens to you or around you that truly drives your success, it is what happens within you that really matters. Do your best to look at each individual situation as progress toward your goal.  Each time you face a challenge, you can view it as a toe-stubbing bolder, an impenetrable road block or a stepping stone.  The situation is exactly the same; it is your attitude toward it which is different.

Success is in Your Head

‘With everything that has happened to you, you can either feel sorry for yourself or treat what has happened as a gift.  Everything is either an opportunity to grow or an obstacle to keep you from growing.  You get to choose.”  Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Circumstances are what they are.  We cannot control everything which happens around us but we can ALWAYS control how we feel about the situation.  We have control of our own attitude.  The situation does not change until our view of it changes.

When Brian Tracey was a new door to door encyclopedia salesman, he spent endless hours knocking on doors and going home at the end of the day with no sales.  As soon as he changed his attitude and expectation, his results changed.  Intentionally or unintentionally, our inner belief in ourselves, in our abilities and in our expectations projects to those around us.

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up.  The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”  Thomas Edison

Success is in the Law of Numbers

Keep presenting.  You will not reach every prospect at the perfect time, with the perfect presentation, and receive the coveted signature on the dotted line.  Even the best of the best sales professionals do not walk away with a sale every time.  The difference is that they keep presenting.  The better they become at targeting the right audience and improving their presentation, the greater the ultimate success.  Keep improving and keep presenting.

When you believe in what you are doing, believe in yourself, keep improving and keep presenting, you will succeed.  This formula always works, if you do.

“Believe in yourself!  Have faith in your abilities!  Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful.”  Norman Vincent Peale

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Entrepreneur’s Toolbox – Recruiting

Recruiting is not only a useful tool but an essential tool in the entrepreneur’s toolbox.  Recruiting the best is an even

Believe in your vision of the future and take action to make it great.

Believe in your vision of the future and take action to make it great.

more valuable tool.

Recruiting is generally associated with recruiting employees.  But is recruiting, just about employees?

Wait, I’m just starting my business, what do I care about recruiting employees.  I’m a long way from hiring employees.  I hear your mind protesting and see your fingers poised to hit the delete button.

The Law of Numbers

Network marketing entrepreneurs are constantly recruiting new team members.  They want top producers who will in turn recruit more and more top producers.  The compensation structure of every network marketing, MLM, or direct sales company is based on recruiting team members who will produce team members several levels deep in order to generate passive income.

Every salesman everywhere knows that not every prospect will become a customer.  This law of numbers is even more significant in network marketing.  Why?  The expression I learned when I started my first sales position (longer ago than I choose to admit) was “Some will, some won’t and someone’s waiting.” 

The law of numbers means not every prospect will join the team.  Of those who join the team, some will enter at a minimum level.  Some will do very little regardless of the level they join the team.  Some will only stay a short time.  Network marketers are seeking the high producer who joins at a high level and recruits large numbers of others who join at a high level.  Massive dollars of passive income are generated when this process continues many levels deep and wide.

The law of numbers means that the entrepreneur building a successful business in network marketing must develop the skill of not only becoming an excellent recruiter but also training his team how to become excellent recruiters.  Recruiting is an essential tool in the entrepreneur’s toolbox.  The entrepreneur’s toolbox encompasses the skills which are essential to implement the master success plan.

Recruiting Customers

What if your business is not network marketing, but a more traditional brick and mortar business?  Every business recruits customers.  Without customers, we do not have a business.  Without customers, we do not have an income.

The goal of every sales professional and every successful business is to recruit customers who will not only become repeat customers but customers who will be so enthusiastic that they will recruit additional new customers.  Every successful entrepreneur knows that the most effective and the least expensive marketing for customers is repeat and referral business.

BI – before the internet – a happy customer told three and an unhappy customer told 10.

AI – after the internet – a happy customer or an unhappy customer can tell hundreds with a few keystrokes.

How willing are you to play the law of numbers game?  If you are like me, you will work very diligently to tip the scales in favor of happy customers and happy team members who will assist you, your marketing budget, and your bottom line in recruiting more enthusiastic team members and customers.  Filling your entrepreneurs toolbox with essential skills is critical to implementing your master success plan.

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Living on Someday Isle

It's your future.  Go for it.

It’s your future. Go for it.

Every day is a new beginning.  Yesterday is recorded and closed.  Tomorrow is a possibility.  Today is the fresh screen before you.  Are your fingers poised over the keyboard ready to compose?

You have a choice.  Either you compose what you choose for today and plan for tomorrow or by default others will do it for you.  Each day is your opportunity for a fresh start.  You know what you want for your future.  Go for it now.

Dream bigger, let go of regrets, manifest miracles, live fully.

Dream Bigger

Your future is can become whatever you choose.  Age, background, ethnicity, financial status, education nor intelligence are factors in your dreams.  If you knew that you could succeed, what would you start today?  Just for a moment, set aside any self-limiting beliefs and allow yourself to dream.  What would you really, really, really like to do with your life…your future?

What is stopping you?  Be honest with yourself.  Think about what you are telling yourself in response to that question.  How many of those “reasons” are truly self-limiting excuses?

Remember the old question about what is the worst that could happen?  If you shoot for the moon and miss, you still land on a star.  Why not go for it now?  Create a success plan and achieve it.

Let Go of Regrets

Focusing on “I could have,” “I should have,” or “I would have” is only significant if it serves as a lesson for what to do better, differently, next time or as a confirmation of what to do again in the future.   Regrets are negatives. Either turn them into growth lessons or let them go.  Don’t give regrets free rent in your head.  Save that valuable real estate for positives.  Regrets are your nemesis.  There is no room for regrets in your success plan.

Manifest Miracles

Today and your future are fresh screens waiting for you to compose whatever you choose.  If you want to achieve your dreams, take examples from those who achieved their dreams.  “I have a dream. . .” made history and changed the world for the better.  (Martin Luther King)

“Excellence is a better teacher than mediocrity.  The lessons of the ordinary are everywhere.  Truly profound and original insights are to be found only in studying the exemplary.”  Warren Bennis

What would you do if you knew you could not fail?  What is the worst that could happen?  If you can live with catching a star instead of the moon, what are you waiting for?  Go for it.  Your future is in your success plan.  Start achieving it.

“If you can dream it, you can do it.”  Walt Disney

Live Fully

As far as I know, we only have one shot at this life, go for it now.

It has been said a thousand different ways, but the message remains the same.  In order for your dreams to come true, it is essential that you get started on the process.  Stop talking about it or living on “Someday Isle” (Someday I’ll…).  Live fully.  Live as if your future depended on it.  It does.  Start achieving your success plan.

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Time to Go Fishing

Relationships play a significant role in personal and professional success.

Beauty of a rose

Symbol of beauty and appreciation.

Relationships within a business impact the culture of the organization.  In the final analysis, attitudes are the core of all relationships.

“Relationships never die a natural death.  They are always murdered by attitude, behavior, ego, misunderstanding or ignorance.” 

Attitude and the manner in which it is displayed can enhance or destroy a relationship.  There is a quote “My attitude toward you depends on you.”  Conversely, the attitude of others toward you depends on your attitude toward them.  Relationships are a two sided coin; both parties are responsible for the result.  We can never control the feelings and behaviors of the other person, but we can certainly take responsibility for our own attitude and actions.

Paul Oldaker, internationally renowned hydro geologist, wrote “I went fishing and caught a new attitude.”  In order to improve the quality of our relationships, sometimes it is wise to go fishing for an attitude adjustment.

“Attitudes are contagious.  Make yours worth catching.”

We are each responsible for our own attitude.  The blame game is alive and active in relationships; the core of all relationships is individual attitude.

If you are like me, it is occasionally necessary to do an attitude analysis; the most significant determination is usually a self-analysis.  I admit that occasionally I am the one who needs to catch a new attitude.  Long hours, busy schedules, and stress can cause attitude deterioration.

“A bad attitude is like a flat tire.  If you don’t change it, you’ll never go anywhere.”

When was the last time you went (or should have gone) fishing for a new attitude?

Attitude Adjustment

What is your most effective attitude adjustment?

For me it is to step back and take an objective look at the cause of my attitude.  A friend of mine once told me that he used HALT as his guideline.

HALT = Hungry – Angry – Lonely – Tired

Overloaded schedules and tight time frames are perfect opportunities to reach for fast food or snacks rather than balanced nutritious meals.  Poor nutrition leads to low energy and reaching for the Tums.  Stock your office refrigerator with carrots, apples or other healthy snacks rather than attacking the candy dish.

Anger can be a killer emotion.  Anger rarely solves any issue; it frequently makes the situation worse.  The major portion of the destruction is personal damage to the angry individual.  Feuds between nations and individuals have lasted for generations.  In many cases these prolonged conflicts could have been prevented or at least mitigated by both parties catching a new attitude.

Lonely can be solved by doing something thoughtful for someone else.

Production increases dramatically when you are rested and refreshed.

Frequently negotiations get deadlocked by an inability or unwillingness to consider the opposite point of view or an inability or unwillingness to accept personal responsibility.

The solution is clear, but not easy to do.  Go fishing for a new attitude.

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Success is a Wild Wonderful Adventure

Leadership brings with it the opportunity to inspire and empower.

Leadership is putting into practice our philosophies, vision and life ethics.  It is more than the words we say, but our words and actions linger as our impression on the lives of others.  Building a successful business is a delicate, yet indelible image.

Actions create results; the inspiration and empowerment for those results begins with significant words of wisdom.

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”  Maya AngelouJim Rohn

I’ve been writing about the icons of industry.  Here are some of my favorite words of wisdom from the masters of business.

“You’ve got to find what you love.  Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work.  The only way to do great work is to love what you do.  If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking.  Don’t settle.”  Steve Jobs

“Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration.” Thomas Edison

Young Thomas Edison

I never did a days work in my life. It was all fun.

“Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.”  Henry Ford

“The cost of being wrong is less than the cost of doing nothing.”  Seth Godin

“You don’t learn to walk by following rules.  You learn by doing and falling over.”  Richard Branson

“You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.”  Zig Ziglar

“As long as you are going to be thinking anyway, think big.”  Donald Trump

Put Fun on your Priority list

De-stress – Add Fun to Your Life

“If you can dream it, you can do it.”  Walt Disney

This last one has been posted on my office wall for decades.

“Excellence is:

The result of caring more than others think is wise

Risking more than others think is safe

Dreaming more than others think is practical and

Expecting more than others think is possible.”

As an entrepreneur building a successful business, select your favorite words of wisdom from the masters and create your own for future generations.

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You Choose

“Empowerment is being aware that there is no one to blame for my

Your thoughts create or remove emotional blocks

Your thoughts create or remove emotional blocks

choices and actions; that I have a personal choice and responsibility for my life.”  Steve Maraboli

Success is not about the outside world.  Great leaders, outstanding entrepreneurs and star athletes have come from very humble beginnings.  There is a special something inside which nudges, encourages, tempts and pushes until you yield to the pressure and pursue your dream.  There is a spark inside which is struggling to become a flame. You have a choice to let it flicker and eventually die or to fan the flame and allow it to come alive.

Life is a series of choices.  The differences between the successful and the not-so-successful are the choices we make and the actions we take.  Life is in constant motion.  Doors open, but they do not stay open forever; eventually they close.

Success is in the Alphabet

Success is not about blame, benefits or benefactors; it is about the choices, chances and changes.  Make a choice in order to take advantage of a chance to make a positive change.  The secret to building a successful business and building a successful life is to make a choice and get started.

The key to becoming successful is to make choices based on your dreams, passions, and goals.  Make a choice, take a chance and take the action to make the change.

The beauty of choices is that today is a new day, a new beginning and a new opportunity to make new choices.  Choices are our opportunities, maybe not for a mulligan (a do over), but always for a new starting point.  As far as I know, there is no way to go back in time and “do over” the past, but we can always start from where we are and go forward.

Andy Andrews was an angry orphan who was broke and living under a bridge as a young boy.  A mentor advised him to go to the library and start reading.  Andy took the advice and started making different choices in his life.  Today Andy is a best-selling author, professional speaker, and very successful entrepreneur.

His life radically improved when he changed his choices and took the action to transform his life.  (Read The Travelers Gift, and The Noticer. These are only two of dozens of books by Andy.)

“One of the greatest gifts we can give our children is the empowerment to create a life filled with purposeful, enjoyable work, and relationships they hold dear.”  Sarah L. Cook

As entrepreneurs building a successful business, we have the right and responsibility to empower our co-workers as well as our families and ourselves.  Create a success plan and take the action to make it come alive.

You don’t have to be good to start.  You do have to start to be good.

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It’s Your Future

“Making a big life change is pretty scary.  Know what is scarier? 

Lead, follow or step aside

Lead, follow or step aside


New Year’s resolutions and 2015 business goals are just around the corner.  This is the time of year we reflect on what is and what has been.  We ask ourselves what we truly want for our future.

  • What do you really love about your life right now?
  • What don’t you like about your life right now?
  • What would you like to be different about your life for the future?

Do you want to spend the rest of your life doing exactly what you are doing now or do you want a chance to change the world?

I hear your mind saying, “Oh I can’t change the world.”  Really?

“When I was a young man, I wanted to change the world.

I found it was difficult to change the world, so I tried to change my nation.

When I found I couldn’t change the nation, I began to focus on my town.

I couldn’t change the town and as an older man, I tried to change my family.

Now, as an old man, I realize the only thing I can change is myself, and suddenly I realize that if long ago I had changed myself, I could have made an impact on my family.

My family and I could have made an impact on our town.

Their impact could have changed the nation and I could indeed have changed the world.”  Salanter – Nineteenth Century Professor

You can indeed change the world.  All change starts with within ourselves.  It may be scary, exhilarating or inspiring. Someone is looking to you for guidance.  You are a role model to someone.  Your life is your message, your example.  Is it the inspiration you want it to be?  It can be.  On an even more personal level, are you living the life you want to live?

New Year – New Opportunity

I remember when I realized that I was spending my time, talent and energy making someone else rich.  Yes, I really enjoyed my job and I had a fantastic boss.  He and I both secretly knew that someday I would have my own business.  I have never regretted becoming an entrepreneur.  It is my passion.

“There are three simple rules in life

  1. If you do not GO after what you want, you’ll never have it.


  1. If you do not ask, the answer will always be NO.


  1. If you do not step FORWARD, you will always be in the same place.

You really do have the power, the right and the responsibility to yourself to reach for your dreams.  What you choose to do about it is your decision.


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Business Culture for Productivity and Profit

Families, social organizations, and businesses each develop their own unique

Think with passion

Focus on clarity

culture.  The culture has less to do with ethnic origin, industry or geography than it does with the manner in which the individuals relate to each other.

“If you get the culture right, most of the other stuff will just take care of itself.”  Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos.com

What is your current business culture? Mentally step back and objectively view your company.  How do people interact with each other and with the owners/originators/authority figures of the company?  As a solopreneur, this may be a challenge to be objective; even as a solopreneur, you have others with whom you interact on a frequent basis.

Types of Business Cultures

Cultures are formed around four basic areas: power, achievement, collaboration, and fulfillment.


This culture is based more on a top down authority model.  The owner/originator/chairman of the board or CEO is the ultimate authority.  The power model is pictured as an organization chart where authority is more likely to be absolute.  This does not mean that those in authority never listen to their subordinates, but it does mean that when the decision has been made and the order given, it is most likely final and to be obeyed rather than questioned – discussion closed.


The achievement culture is more competitive.  Recognition and rewards are given on an individual winner basis.  The person who made the most sales, the person who received credit for a new idea, or whose name was recorded on the patent regardless of the team effort in developing the innovation.  Achievement based cultures are more of a winner and loser model.  This model has been predominant throughout the last few decades.


This culture is more of a team orientation.  Individuals are encouraged to discuss ideas and challenges freely with each other.  Collaboration becomes more open and opposite of the competitive model.  This model is becoming more popular as it taps into more of a brainstorming atmosphere.  Either the entire team receives the bonus or none of the team receives the bonus.  This model breaks down the walls of isolation and encourages more interaction.


This culture is based more on self-actualization and creativity.  It encourages individuals and teams to be creative and innovative.  This is found in the “free Friday” concept where employees are given a specific period of time per week or month to free-flow and work on whatever project they would like.  In some cases individuals may choose to work on their own or in what is known as “two pizza” groups; a group small enough to be fed by two pizzas.

Some cultures are significantly top down while others are more bottom up.  The ideal culture for your business is the one which generates the highest degree of productivity, profitability and participant job satisfaction.  Achieving that magic balance can be challenging.

“The first step toward change is awareness.  The second step is acceptance.”  Nathaniel Branden

The third step is implementation.  In order to instill even minor changes in a company culture requiries an understanding of the people involved.  The easiest way to build a successful business culture is to know the culture you prefer in advance.  Hire and create based on that culture model from the beginning.

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Emotional Detachment

Clinging to a lead or chasing a prospect gives an impression of lack and being needy.  Needy is one of the fastest turn offs

Your thoughts create or remove emotional blocks

Your thoughts create or remove emotional blocks

for a prospect.  It tells them you are coming from a weak position.  People prefer to work with a leader.  Leaders present themselves from the standpoint of abundance.


Yes, that is more difficult when you only have a handful of leads and you feel you have paid dearly for each one.  You desperately want each of those leads to convert into a sale.  I get that.  Problem is, so does the prospect.  They feel your vibration.  They feel your urgency to make a sale.  Do whatever you have to do to feel abundant.  If you have to look at the New York white pages and see all of the names in order to feel abundant, do it.  I’m not suggesting you start cold calling from the phone book, but I am emphasizing that you must develop a feeling of lead abundance within yourself.  Project that feeling in your relaxed confidence as you speak with leads.


There is the story of the new Cosmetic surgeon who did not have a single booking on his surgery schedule.  A lady called wanting a face lift.  He forced himself to say, “Just a moment, let me check the schedule to see when I can schedule your appointment.”  He put the phone on hold and counted to 50.  Counting to 50 was all the time he could stand to wait.  He then returned to the called and said he could fit her in a week from Tuesday at 3 pm.  He booked the appointment.  If he had asked her, “What time would you like to come in, my schedule is open?”  I will bet that he would NOT have booked the appointment.


Even if you have to bite you lip to keep from sounding overly eager, do it.


Mother eagle told baby eagle, “Come soar with me.  You will be so good at flying.  You were made to soar through the sky.”  Baby eagle says, “I’m scared.  I don’t know if I can do it.  What if I fall?”  Mother eagle responds, “What is more important to you, the thrill of soaring or the fear of falling?”


It is so easy to become so paralyzed by the fear of failure that we lose sight of the utter thrill of victory.  Let go of the attachment to the status quo.  Let go of the attachment to the known.  Let go of that precious lead and know that many more are flowing in every day.  The more you relax and free yourself of the emotional attachment to the current, the more you open yourself to the potential of the future.


You can not steal second base with your foot firmly planted on first.  You must first exercise detachment from the known in order to reach for the potential of the future.  Relax and visualize the abundance of leads in your inbox.  Feel the calm confidence of plenty.  Put yourself in that frame of mind before, during and after your conversation with leads and your bank account will thank you.


Visualize how a 100,000 per month producer would act and feel.  They would demonstrate total emotional detachment from each individual lead.


Develop the mindset of:

Some Will

Some Won’t

Someone’s Waiting


Emotional detachment frees you from stress and frees the lead to take positive action with you.

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