"Feeling sorry for yourself, and your present condition, is not only a waste of energy but the worst habit you could possibly have."
1888-1955, Author and Speaker
"You have to believe in yourself, that's the secret. Even when I was in the orphanage, when I was roaming the street trying to find enough to eat, even then I thought of myself as the greatest actor in the world."
– Charlie Chaplin:
1889-1977, Comic Actor
"If you don't design your own life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much."
Are you an owner, manager, executive or front line in the manufactured housing or factory built home industry? If so, this is important for you and/or your team’s growth, development or improvement.
“Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” Jim Rohn
“Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.” Bobby Unser
In most areas of our life, we don’t do something once and expect it to work forever. We don’t eat once, sleep once, put fuel in your vehicle once, try to walk or talk once. We must do most things of value or necessity repeatedly.
To master something, we must constantly be monitoring our performance and/or that of our team, and then be willing to adjust actions to enhance our performance.
Repetition is a key to learning, communications and marketing. From business to sports to living or loving, doing the basics well and often demands attention.
You may be the top performing person in your role at your firm. If so, that’s wonderful. But how about in comparison to a competitor’s firm? To that new, rising star over there? Are you routinely advancing your skills and that of your team to stay ahead of the game?
One reason for sharing the critical importance Silver Bullet Challenge is precisely the points noted in the quotations in this post. When you learn and routinely apply the fundamentals, when you routinely prepare for improvement by reading, studying and applying what you learn, success or enhanced success becomes more likely; with persistence, success even becomes a given.
The importance of repetition was struck home for me on the drive across Missouri on the way to and from The Great Southwest Home Show in Tulsa, OK at the QuikTrip Center in Expo Square. On I44, you can’t help but notice the signs for Meramec Caverns. Billboards dot the landscape once or more a mile for dozens of miles in either direction of the exit for Meramec Caverns. A novice might ask, why do they have so many signs? Isn’t putting that sign up once enough?
No, it isn’t.
The Meramec Example tells us you must repeat a message many, many times if you are to get a successful outcome. The same is true in any endeavor. The first time you try to prepare a certain recipe, the outcome is not likely to be as good as the 10th or the 50th time you do the same recipe.
A key to the recipe for success is learning. Another key is repetition. Don’t just ask your team to read something once and expect them to get it. Don’t just read something important once yourself and expect to get it. Repeating and honing your skills in “The Basics” or fundamentals are keys to success.
We’ve all heard and believe that “Knowledge is Power!” if you want the power to succeed in manufactured housing and factory home building, come to where the experts share their wisdom here at www.MHMSM.com If you want to succeed, don’t just read once, repeat often!
“Success doesn’t come to you… you go to it.” Marva Collins
Come to or enhance your manufactured housing success. Read the tips of top pros. Repeat often. Come to www.MHMarketingSalesManagement.com a.k.a. www.MHMSM.com – if you want success for your team, organization or yourself badly enough – you’ll be glad you do this daily.##
Posted by L. A. ‘Tony’ Kovach – www.MHMSM.com editor