I’d like to take this opportunity and wish all my friends, family, colleagues and readers a very Happy New Year!
Thanks for all your support in 2013! I look forward to staying connected throughout 2014 and beyond.
I truly hope 2014 is your best year ever!
With only a few days left this year, it will be beneficial to reflect back on your highlights of the year.
In previous posts, I wrote about the benefits of reviewing your year and how to review your year.
In this post, I’d like to share a couple of my highlights from 2013 that I’m proud of.
In recent weeks, a Christmas video posted by WestJet Airlines went viral on YouTube which was a testament to great marketing and great customer service.
This is what would be regarded as wowing your customers as at the time of writing this post, it has had over 32 million views.
As we approach the end of the year, it will be beneficial to review your year so that you can set yourself up to win (again) in the New Year.
While there are many different approaches for reviewing your year, the important thing is to pick one and complete your review.
Our ultimate freedom is the right and power to decide how anybody or anything outside ourselves will affect us.”
For a few years now, at the end of the year, I go through a process of reviewing my year.
The process itself can take up to half an hour however the benefits of going through the process is well worth the investment of time.
As the end of the year draws closer, it is very common for people to start mentally winding down, get into the festive spirit and look forward to the new year.
Each new year brings new hope, new possibilities and the chance to do things differently.
Setting an example is not the main means of influencing another, it is the only means.”
All too often, I meet business owners or service professionals who say their product or service is for everybody.
While that may well be true, the reality is that they cannot market to everyone. Unfortunately for most of them, their marketing efforts do not resonate with most people and they end up being frustrated or start doubting themselves.
Being able to maintain a consistent level of energy each day is vital if you want to be more productive.
If you’re like me, you probably have days where you feel unstoppable and nothing can slow you down. But you also have days where everything feels heavy, slow and it’s a drag to just get through the day.
I am constantly looking for ways to better manage my energy level and have experimented with a number of things over the years. Some things worked for me and some things did not. The things that have worked now enables me maintain a consistent high energy level every day.