Keep your feet moving. Flemming Funch, aka Ming the Mechanic, posted a short but power-packed summary of what Anthony Robbins has to say about achieving anything you want. [The Occupational Adventure (sm) Blog]
One in four employees working for your company isn't achieving the results they desire, yet alone what your customer demands. They struggle, and even look like they are giving it their all, but without any results they go home tired at the end of each day. Curt Rosengren of Occupational Adventure relays 4 truths of accomplishing anything that I think every reader should share with their employees.
These truths came from Anthony Robbins, and are summarized here with commentary from my upcoming book and tutorial, Magic 1% Principles. To you, what I'm about to say may make perfect sense, but to an employee struggling to solve real customer problems-- it's important to pay attention for their sake.
There is nothing your employees can't accomplish if:
Not every employee will embrace these truths, some will still blame their failures on others. It is not your responsibility to motivate individual desires outside of providing the opportunity for their own progress. Sometimes you'll need to upgrade the workforce as you discover who is willing to change for the better.
You would be surprised what your employees can do when they have the right tools.
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By Justin Hitt at November 26, 2003 11:58 PM Subscribe in a reader