This reminds me of people who hire the wrong people for their business. They seem to like people who are like them and can only see the ‘matching’ traits. Just because the traits aren’t matching doesn’t mean it’s a bad fit. However, it’s easier to talk about it before you hire the person. If something is very important to you and your business—get it out of the way. It’s costly to hire and train a new employee—it’s even more expensive if the employee isn’t very good.
Living one’s life in the present; not in the past or the future. It’s the only way it can be done.
Think makes things happen; can it be we think too much?
The other night at the Alliance Flooring Convention I was struck with a statement made by keynote speaker Dale (“the Murph”) Murphy. Dale was a major league baseball player for 18 years. Dale said there was a time when he was playing so badly that he thought he should quit. It didn’t matter what he …