31-day challenge

The decision was made at the end of February to devote more time to sharing thoughts through this blog. And the challenge to do it everyday has brought us here.

You made it. I made. Hope you enjoyed the ride.

A quick recap of each of the days is below for your review. You can click on the link on the keywords on each line to take you to that day’s post.

Day 1 – Change is good
Day 2 – What are you giving away today?
Day 3 – Correction
Day 4 – How can you make your competitors jealous?
Day 5 – Don’t just do busy work
Day 6 – Offer better service
Day 7 – Treat your customers as guests
Day 8 – What about your staff?
Day 9 – Do you share your triumphs and tragedies?
Day 10 – Don’t give up the fight
Day 11 – Tangent – Personal Health
Day 12 – Are your employees a Forethought or Afterthought?
Day 13 – There are no shortcuts on quality
Day 14 – Shortcut follow-up
Day 15 – Mondays are for achievers
Day 16 – Special Request
Day 17 – If you could see his face
Day 18 – Severe cramps with increased heart rate
Day 19 – Have you tried speed servicing?
Day 20 – The Power of Positive Thinking . . . .I Think
Day 21 – Do you need to be committed?
Day 22 – Your personal brand
Day 23 – Waste not
Day 24 – I don’t care if you’re uncomfortable
Day 25 – The art of a thank-you note
Day 26 – Not a single brick out of place
Day 27 – Remember
Day 28 – No matter where you are
Day 29 – No matter what you do
Day 30 – Everything you do is for your customer

If you’ve caught on to what this blog is all about before now, great job for being observant. If not, check out the blog topics for the last 4 days and compare that to my blog tag line.

Where will your next challenge lead you?

Day 31 – Challenge yourself to accomplish greater things.



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8 Responses to 31-day challenge

  1. Patty Hebert says:

    Congratulations on meeting your challenge. Though I am left wondering, what will April bring?

  2. Donna Flanagin says:

    I too have enjoyed the ride. I will be here, if you’re here.


  3. Patty Hebert says:

    YEAH! Looking forward to reading It’s All About The Customer tomorrow.

  4. jeff noel says:

    David, love what you did with this post. Clever way to recap and highlight.

  5. David says:

    The original idea was to have this post be the culmination of the previous 30 days. And by using the titles from each day, they would add up to be the content of the 31st post. I’ll work on that for another month.

  6. Mike Reardon says:

    You don’t build it for yourself. You know what the people want and you build it for them.
    Some famous guy said that.
    I think he’d approve of your blog.

  7. David says:

    Mike, I’d like to think he would approve. And in a way, I’m writing it for the legacy he left. Thank you for your support!

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