Sunday, January 13, 2013

What's your 2013 going to be

Unfortunately too many people think that things are beyond their control, that they have to go through life just handling what comes their way- well that's not the case. You have control over your life, you have control over the who you become. You are today what you have attracted to yourself over time, you are the product of you previous thoughts, choices and decisions. You can change what your future will be like by changing what you choose to do now! You can change it by deciding that you will have a plan for your future that you will get all the things you've dreamed of.
1. See it the way it is- you are not going to make much progress if first you don't know where you are. You have to can an honest look and give yourself the "check up from the neck up".
2. See it Better than it is- you have to visualize where it is that you want to be, you need to see what future you want, how do your finances look? How's your health? How's your relationship with your spouse, family or friends? How's your physical shape? What do you see for yourself in this vision?
3. Make a plan- now you have to make a plan and map out how it is that you are going to get your vision, what is it that you are going to do to make your outcome become a reality? What sacrificed do you need to make? What are you going to have to change about you? What specific actions are you going to have to take to get to where you want to be?

Afterwards, when you see yourself actually start to make progress and start seeing results, you'll be hooked to getting more for yourself and you'll never stop, but you've got to start somewhere you've got to start doing something.

Do the best you can where you are with what you have and never be satisfied-

Have an extraordinary 2013 filled with outstanding people, incredible results and abundance for you and your loved ones!

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Anthony Robbins' case study on Jason Graciano from Paragon Honda

Jason Graciano was recently hand picked to participate in a case study on success in business conducted by Anthony Robbins

Jason started his career in sales at the early age of 16, sold everything from knives to real estate, from energy drinks to life insurance. He then joined the automotive industry in 2004 as a retail automobile salesperson and has worked his way up the ranks while maintaining his stick-ability and consistency in performance. Throughout his career in car sales and managing people in the busiest Honda store in the country and the number one volume store in the world for new and used Hondas, in his time there he has been able to pick up many techniques and learn important principles that are crucial to running a successful business. Although there have been some hiccups in the economy and national decrease in sales in the auto industry, Paragon Honda, the store that he has helped manage since 2006 has had increases year over year. One of the areas where Jason stands out the most is in developing people, he is able to take an entry level salesperson from never selling a car to being able to handle a whole transaction from A-Z with little or no help in a fairly short period of time. His method of teaching the salespeople is effective and has shown consistent results, with low turnover, great customer satisfaction combined with profitable transactions for the company. His self-sufficient approach has helped salespeople grow throughout their careers and transition into different positions easily and successfully.
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