Becoming an overnight sensation...can't miss opportunity

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Mortgage and Lending with Christensen Financial Mortgage 385907

If that's your desire I suggest you keep buying those lotto tickets. (you've done so well, so far)

or maybe the following will help. Are you familar with the following term, it's Japanese

Kaizen;   improvement, change for the better, activities that continually improve all functions

that definition I got from Wikipedia, but I had originally been introduced to the term by Tony Robbins, in his writings about Dr. W. Edwards Demming.

Deming has actually received, from the Emporer of Japan ( I believe), the "2nd Order Medal of the Sacred Treasure," in 1960 for the pioneering, introduction, and implemetation of Kaizen in Japan. (more Wiki)

see Demming wasn't trying to hit a home run overnight. He based his principles on constant improvement. He had a let's stay with it, and make it a little better everyday, and then look back later, and wow.

CANI;   constant and never ending improvement

that's Tony Robbin's term. It's in "Awaken the Giant Within," I believe.

I have this on my wall and Deb comes in and says, "can I?" I like that. Frankly even though I had been looking at the term constantly for quite awhile I "never" saw "can I?" the obvious answer is

yes I can

Okay, so this sounds like old worn out principles to you. Does it?

Well, they may be old, or is it really "time tested." Let me ask you

are you more likely to succeed by improving constantly on a regular basis, or do you think your success will come by hitting the home run?

Did I mention lotto tickets.

Recently Darren Hardy, the publisher of Success Magazine, came out wit a book called, "The Compound Effect." Now I haven't read this one yet, but when I went to the site and listened to his intro he started out by addressing our society's fascination/dream of the "overnight" success. I got the impression that he's not a big believer. Mr. Hardy on a monthly basis has the privilege of interviewing some of the most successful people in the world.

You know, he just might have picked up a thing or two along the way.

so, you want to become an overnight sensation?

can't help you there

but, if you looking for what just might be a can't miss opportunity, I suggest trying

Kaizen...Cani...the Compund Effect

  

 

  

Comments (2)

Rich Gaasenbeek
IXACT Contact Real Estate CRM - Toronto, ON
Real Estate CRM & Marketing Made Easy!

One of my favourite quotes:    “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving" -Albert Einstein.

 

Jul 31, 2012 02:06 AM
Jay Beckingham
Christensen Financial Mortgage - Port St Lucie, FL
Seniors ROCK!

Rich,

that Albert, he was a pretty smart guy.

 

thanks

jay

Jul 31, 2012 03:45 AM