Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Your Keeping In Touch (K.I.T.) newsletter April 17/12

“My great concern is not whether you have failed but whether you are content with your failure.” … Abraham Lincoln

How many people could have been successful if they had just not given up? The difference between success and comfortable is that successful people don’t quit, even in the face of almost insurmountable obstacles — they just find another way. Most people don’t want to be successful … comfortable is just fine for them because it means they can now coast. How many people do you know who can coast uphill for very long?  Setting (and reaching) little goals usually produces little results. Stretch yourself with bigger goals to see how you can handle failure and then push on. Too many people complain about the success of others without admitting that what separates them from those successful ones is an unwillingness to do what the other person did. Note it’s not usually an inability to do it, it’s not an intelligence difference, it’s not where you live — it’s lack of will. Why would you accept less than what you really deserve?

The next Quota® Sales Performance Game PUBLIC seminar is scheduled in Calgary on
Wednesday, June 20th. Contact Standard Ovation/Kit Grant for details.

If you spend just 40 minutes a day in your vehicle commuting or for business purposes that translates into about 4.4 weeks per year you spend driving and many of you would have a lot more time than that behind the wheel. Now you can use that time to learn new tools and techniques. Kit Grant has interviewed more than 70 business experts and have those interviews available in audio CD format. Your own vehicle will become a personal University On Wheels and there are no relaxation CDs so you’ll stay awake while driving. Build skills for both personal and professional development. To view the entire list, send me an e-mail to kit@kitgrant.com with CDs in the subject line.

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