Month: June 2012

Think You are Too Small to be Effective?



"If you ever think you're too small to be effective, you've never been in  bed with a mosquito!"
Wendy Lesko


"There is no passion to be found playing small…in settling for a life less than the one you are capable of living."
– Nelson Mandela

11th President of South Africa


If you keep saying things are going to be bad, you have a good chance of being a prophet.”

 – Isaac Bashevis Singer

1904-1991, Journalist and Writer


Submitted by

Robin Crow

Author of Evolve or Die

Enslaved by Daily Trivia


"In the absence of clearly-defined goals…
we become strangely loyal to performing daily trivia until ultimately we become enslaved by it."

Robert Heinlein, Novelist


"You can't be too busy chopping wood to sharpen the axe."

– Zig Ziglar

"The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing."

– Walt Disney

1901-1966-Film Producer-Director-Screenwriter

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Robin Crow

The Daily Drill

"If I do not practice one day..I know it. If I do not practice the next…the orchestra knows it. If I do not practice the third day…the whole world knows it."
– Ignacy Paderewski

(Editor's Note: Ignacy Paderewski, notable Polish pianist and composer. I know some high performing manufactured housing companies that 'practice' what they call 'the daily drill.' Yes, they practice sales or other roles. Is it any surprise when they out-perform the competitors in their market? Appliance and electronics chain HHGregg is touting that their associates know more than other companies sales associates do. “We Help.” is their new tag line. Investing the time, effort and resources into training and motivation is proven to grow results, improve employee morale and performance, plus pays off on your bottom line. Make training a priority in your company, and practice the way, doctors, attorneys and other professionals do.)

"Never stop until your good becomes better..and your better becomes the best."
– Frank Zappa
"Yesterday's successes lead to today's complacencies…which lead to tomorrow's failures."
– Army Saying
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Robin Crow
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