Change is good

Don’t like the way sales are going? Then something has to change.

Don’t like the person you’re working for? Then something has to change.

Don’t like your paycheck? Don’t like . . . . whatever? Then something has to change.

And the change might be you.

I didn’t like the fact that I wasn’t giving enough attention to my blog. And maybe, just maybe, someone out there wasn’t getting the encouragement they were seeking to help them in some way.

So a challenge is born. March has 31 days. There will be 31 blogs in 31 days. Some days may get two posts. A friend of mine did the same thing a couple of years ago. He’s still writing.

Where will my challenge lead?

Day 1 – Ready. Set. Go.

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7 Responses to Change is good

  1. Laurie Cavender says:

    Well said, David Lee. I’ll apply that to my “to do” list for the whole month.

  2. Donna Flanagin says:

    I’ll be here too

  3. David says:

    Great story Patty! We have a gentleman here in Georgia doing the same thing.

    Laurie! Welcome! Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Got tomorrow’s post ready to go.

    Donna, nice mention by DI on your blog. Great use of one of their practices. Looking forward to hearing how it goes!

    • Donna Flanagin says:

      Two things. Wanted to give you 5 starts on this, but clicked before I knew how it worked. Sorry.

      My contest was in 2009 and was a huge success. The one that tried the hardest won and coincidentally the other winner was the most financially deserving, so it couldn’t have been better.

  4. David says:

    Donna, please do not feel the need to apologize. Your actions were not malicious.

    I am curious to do something at my store with my team. I share some employees with other locations. Hopefully, they will catch the enthusiasm bug and it will spread.

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