Friday, February 20, 2009

Success...

Jim Randel is talking about having success and the steps needed to take in order to gain success. Some we need little guidance from someone that has had success throughout their lives. Below is a link to an article that will outline the little steps one needs for success. I believe that if people really set attainable goals and a structured plan they can accomplish anything and overcome hardships. We all know that bad things happen, but we learn and grow and for every bad thing that happens there is always a positive.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/james-randel/success-by-the-numbers_b_167994.html

5 comments:

  1. First off, I'm sorry about this. I dislike commenting harshly on people's blogs. It should be about humor and sharing and fun and flower-handing-out-..ing... or something.

    This is one of those 'found' posts, which is awesome because I wouldn't've found it myself, but I want your opinions. Do you think all of these tips work? Have you tried counting the hours you've spent doing these categorized tasks?...etc.

    Also, Outliers was a sick book (and surprisingly a quick read). Have you read it? You should check it out, seems like you're interested already.

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  2. The community wants to see what your saying placed more at home for us in New Mexico. You give lots of ideas, but personally opinion is good to include. What do you think, and apparently we would like to hear what other professionals have to say. Your cartoon picture is good, but let’s add more interaction, say the ideas you give, give a poll on what readers think is the most effective. How about adding quotes and recommendations from famous business people who have had first had experience in these areas.

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  3. I have been seeing a lot of articles lately about companies that are thriving despite the weak economy. I remember Heinz for some reason is doing really well, I guess people can't live without their ketchup!

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  4. I heard on the news today that the number of seminars on independent businesses is growing by leaps and bounds, with attendance huge. Can you find out more about this--maybe especially what seminars are upcoming in Albuquerque?

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  5. Sergio, two words: SUZIE ORMAN

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