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 Reset Your Sails and Prosper

"We must reset our sails to

take advantage of the

changing winds and prosper

as a business and individually.

You can make the most of this

downturn and position yourself

for the next boom that's

going to follow."

Harry S. Dent, economist, author


As I see it. . . . . . . .

Reset your sail and prosper  

The winds of business continue to change; we must reset our sails to navigate ourselves into a position to weather the storm and sail into the waters of change and opportunity.  

Many of the rules for business have changed. We can either try to live the past of old ideas or reset our sails to take advantage of the new business environment and the opportunities it holds.   

Adjusting your sails may not be easy but the alternative is far worst.

Reset your sail and be determined to weather the winds of change and set your course for you and your future success.   

Position yourself for change and to prosper in the days ahead.   

Change your course and reset your sail and prosper in the future.                  

©2011 Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author





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John Saari
Worcester, MA
"The Mortgage Buddy"

Nice post Lou. We have to get out and move with the changing winds so we aren't lost behind. Embrace change and maximize the opportunity. Good luck.

Apr 11, 2011 01:06 PM #1
Whitney Peddy
de Luxe Homes & Estates - Fort Worth, TX

Thanks Lou. I really like this one.

Apr 11, 2011 03:46 PM #2
Wayne Martin
Wayne M Martin LLC - Sarasota, FL
Real Estate Broker

These days more then ever before we must be flexible. As the opportunities change so must our direction! Nice post, make us think!

Apr 11, 2011 08:07 PM #3
Paul Walker
Equity Fifty Five Realty, LLC - Scott AFB, IL
Scott AFB IL Area Realtor

Nice post. There is still plenty of business out there. We do need to work smarter, and in the correct order (priorities first). If we work smart, learn new technology, but really overall, just keep your eyes and ears open, there seems to be plenty of good clients that can be landed, if you stay in contact.

And never never let anyone hear you complain!

Rejoicing Always,


Apr 11, 2011 09:25 PM #4
Judi K Barrett
Judi Barrett~Integrity Real Estate Services~Idabel, Oklahoma - Idabel, OK
Broker/Owner, Integrity Real Estate Services -IDAB

I call it stepping back and regaining my focus.  It must be done.. I bet you have reset your sails.

Apr 11, 2011 10:02 PM #5
Shannon Coe
Allison James Estates and Homes - Loomis, CA
916-741-1664, Lincoln, Rocklin, Loomis, Roseville

YES reset your sail into the wind! I love this!! I have a ship on my desk that reminds me of this point.


Apr 12, 2011 09:51 AM #6
Samantha Davault
DFW Urban Realty - Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX

I think its time for me to reset my sails.  Thanks for keeping us motivated.

Apr 14, 2011 01:09 AM #7
Steve Hoffacker
Hoffacker Associates LLC - West Palm Beach, FL
New Home Sales Trainer, Aging-In-Place Instructor


The winds of change have really been whippiong up the past couple of years. :)


Apr 14, 2011 01:12 AM #8
Jon Cagle
Northwest Community Credit Union - Eugene, OR
Lane County Oregon - Direct FHA, VA, USDA Lender

I step back and look at my yearly plan every quarter to see how I am doing. At that time I can make change and "tweak" my plan. I guess you could call that "resetting my sails".

Apr 15, 2011 11:56 AM #9
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