Asheville Meeting Recap

So this past Friday, (Aug 24) I load up the car with April and Lisa (two of my NAA downlines) and we all drive over to Asheville for a quarterly sales meeting.  There’s a reason these things come around every 3 months or so–that’s about how long it takes to start to forget what you once knew.  Things like:

  • you have to change your actions in order to get different results,
  • the biggest battle you face in the fight to succeed is against yourself,
  • change is not comfortable or convenient, etc.

The meeting was wonderful, and I’m re-energized and re-focused again.  Here’s a smattering of powerful quotes:

Stephen Davies:  “Everybody has to do something.  If you’re going to do something, you might as well make a killing at it.”

Lou Holtz:  “The man who complains about how the ball bounces is usually the one who dropped it.”

Brandon Ellison:  “Once you start recruiting people into your team, you give up the right to be average.”

Danny Young:  “A job is something you do once and get paid for once.  Recruiting is something you do once and get paid for the rest of your life.”

Glenn Davies:  “Focus and controlling your schedule makes the difference between being a professional and being a salesman.”

Can’t wait ’til the next one!


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