In the fast paced world we live in, do you ever hear someone say, “That’s not how we used to do it”? Perhaps you find yourself saying the same thing when faced with a change to your familiar routine. Well, I’m glad that’s not how we used to do it!
Spike SanteeI’m Glad That’s Not How We Used to Do It!
The poet and song writer Bob Dylan sang, “The times they are a changin’ in the 1960s but the message still rings true today for local business owners. Everything is changing at such a rapid pace it’s difficult to keep up. But as Dylan sang, “If your time to you is worth savin’ then you better start swimmin’ or you’ll sink like a stone”, that is good advice today. Here is a story about how one company responded to the changing customer needs and grew into a powerhouse brand today.
Are you adrift, heading in no particular direction? Are you letting the wind blow you in whatever direction it may take? Reset your compass and point your life in the direction of your successful destiny. Don’t play the victim any longer. You were built to be the victor.
Have you ever wondered what the differences are between people who seem happy and successful and those that seem to struggle through life? It is a personal subject of interest for me. I want to be as happy and successful as I can be and I want to help those around me achieve the same.
You live in two worlds. The first is your personal world, the world of your family and personal life. The second is the business world, the world of your customers, your products and services. You’ve heard how important it is to leave your work at the office. “Don’t take your work problems home at night.” It’s not good for you or your family. On the other hand, you should not bring your personal world into your work world.