The C in the ABC’s of Success is for Commitment + Consistency over time changes things for the Better…..It takes time to Change and to find success through the challenges of growing Successful Business. Will you stick with it with it when you struggle and feel stressed? Will you see it through to your true vision of what you dreamed of even when those around you can’t see your vision #MotivationalSpeaker #CommitmentConsistencyChange #BetheException #SuccessNeverQuits #AuthenticallyAnnie
Is it our personality, Age, upbringing or personal beliefs that creates positive or negative environments for those we work with?
More and more often, clients are looking for someone to speak on millennial and how to understand them, work with them, and relate to them; but is it truly our age that makes us different? Or is it our race, our religion, our upbringing, our belief system, etc.? I’ve raised two millennial’s and I always find it interesting when people group all millennial’s, or any of the above demographics, into one category and talk about them like they’re all the same. I don’t think that method best represents any type of group and, I believe that shows through my two young adults who are very different from the stereotypical “millennial’s” we hear about and it’s not just my own young adults. I’ve met many very hard working, great at saving, passionate millennials who want to make a difference in their lifetime.
I believe the biggest thing that defines us isn’t our age, race, religion, upbringing, belief system, etc., but rather our personality. Though we’re made up of our base nature and the DNA that we came with, how and what we learn and how we each individually relate to one another makes up most of our personality, which is why I love the DISC assessment. This tool teaches individuals more about themselves as well as how to best relate to others. It’s important to know as much as possible about our personality so we can focus on surrounding ourselves with people that have other gifts and talents that complement our own. Through this process, we learn to get along better, connect stronger, and even sell to people who approach things very differently based on their own personality.
To make things easier I always wished everyone could be a “High I” like me, (one of the traits of the DISC assessment), but if every member of our gym was like me, we wouldn’t have experienced the same level of sales, seen the great results in our clients that we did, or have taken proper care of the operational side of running a business. Now, we would have had a lot of fun, but others have told me there’s more to life than just having fun, so it’s best that our team is supported by all types of personalities, not just one identical to mine. In the end, personality defines us a great deal more than the outer self, or because we’re in a certain age demographic. Today I encourage you to live authentically by putting a stop to being divided and come together with others in your life to learn, grow, and succeed!
What does living your exceptional life look like to you?
Have you taken a DISC assessment? What are the characteristics of your personality type?
Who are the easiest people for you to get along with? Those with a similar personality to yours or those who are different?
Do you have trouble understanding, working with, or relating to millennial’s? Do you think they’re all the same?
Faith is not just something you land on, it is a journey. It is believing when you can’t see. It is finding Peace when it doesn’t make sense to anyone else. It is a knowing that can not be explained with words but rather with feelings. It is believing in something bigger then yourself and trusting that God will never give up on you and will guide you out of the darkness when you feel lost and alone.
Join me in June at the MS150 for the ride of a lifetime! I’m looking for at least ten teammates to join me. I’m sure you could find hundreds of reasons not to join me but I’m excited to do this together! You may say to yourself “I’m scared,” “I’m not ready” or “I don’t own a bike” but my questions to you are: Can you walk? Do you wake up healthy most days? If your answer is “yes,” you can do it!
I know life is busy, I feel that too, however, this is an incredible goal to pursue and I welcome you to experience the thrill by riding from Duluth to St. Paul. When we’re on the road we ride five to ten miles at a time and then break for snacks before picking up the challenge again. Now, you might be thinking, “I’m too out of shape, I couldn’t ride that far” but I’m here to tell you yes you can! With encouragement from your team, and the cheers you’ll receive from the side of the path from those who can no longer walk due to MS, I’m confident you’ll find the strength to pedal on.
In everyday life we have the opportunity to make a positive impact in someone else’s life. I’m inviting you to join me on this year’s journey to step outside of your comfort zone and do something daring to support another life! Too often we play it safe. This year I want us to set aside excuses and play big together!
Team training begins in April and requires very little fundraising. What’s stopping you? Click here to join my team today. I can’t wait to celebrate life along this journey with you!
What does living your exceptional life look like to you?
Do you know someone who has been impacted by MS?
What’s the furthest you’ve ever taken your bike? How did you feel when you were done?
What’s stopping you from joining me?#GoalSeetingBeyondYou #BetheException #MS150
Are you making Exceptional Customer Connections with your clients? How do your employees serve your clients? Do they give them average, impressive or Exceptional Customer service? Do people spread rumors about how amazing your service is? Is it an inconvenience to serve your clients or is it your Pleasure? People will talk, What will they say about your employees and service? Wouldn’t you rather have them spreading good rumors? #motivationalspeaker #customerservicetraining #customerexperiences #BetheException #ExceptionalService