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We have gone over making the determination as to where we are. Then, we thought through and established where we wanted to go. Now it is time to figure out “HOW WE GET THERE!” The journey is the piece of the puzzle that can take some time to look at and may require a few adjustments along the way. The good news is, it doesn’t matter as long as we have forward and measurable progress! Here are a few questions we need to be asking. 

  • What is my market?
  • Do I know the market share breakdown of transactions?
  • What are the geographic divides, and do they matter?
  • Who or what is my competition?
  • Do we have obvious focal points of opportunity?
  • How can I best communicate within the community?
  • Who or what can I support to help diversify my connections?
  • Are there niche markets, properties, companies, or organizations?
  • What can I build up, build out, or build from scratch?
  • How do I take what I love to do and convert it into opportunities?
  • Who are the people or organizations I can support or assist?

 

Just like traveling from one place to another, there are often multiple options based upon several outside factors. Price is often a concern, so keep looking at solutions that a FREE! Be the one that joins the group and does the work, any work or task is not beneath you if it helps provide value and supports the outcome! DO THE WORK!

Next week we will be putting the pieces together and scheduling the work. Often it matters on how and in what order you try to assemble something. Scheduling and schedule discipline will go a long way to helping define the plan and its success!

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Since Steve Young, Pro Football Hall of Famer and former All-Pro Quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers is prominent on the ESPN Monday Night Football pre-game show each and every Monday night I thought you might like to see a story that he sent me.

“I have often been told that I am a quarterback with the mindset of a running back. People always commented on my ability to scramble, yet that wasn’t always my style. All professional athletes retain vivid memories of events that helped mold them into the players they turn out to be. Here’s the story that marks the beginning of my scrambling career.

“I was nine years old and playing in a competitive game of Pop Warner football. I played running back for the north Mianus (Riverside, Connecticut). We were playing against the Belle Haven Buzzards and our quarterback tossed me the ball. I took a few tentative steps and while I was trying to figure out where I should run, I was tackled. It was an illegal neck tackle that threw me on my back and knocked the wind out of me.

As I tried to catch my breath, I saw my parents run onto the field toward me. I thought, ‘Oh, gosh, please Mom, go back to the sideline’. See, it’s okay to have my dad run onto the field, but it was certainly not cool to have my mother come charging over with him. When they finally reached me, and much to my surprise, as my father bent down to see how I was doing, my mom leapt over me, ran several more yards, and grabbed the kid who had tackled me. She picked him up off the ground by his jersey, she shook him, and shouted, “Don’t you ever neck tackle!”

Needless to say, I was fine but I’m not sure that kid ever recovered from the shock. From that moment forth, I learned to scramble, and quickly. I lived in fear of being tackled and had visions of my mother storming onto the field to reprimand the tackler. So, through a little motivation from my mom, I learned that there are tremendous advantages to scrambling and avoiding tacklers”.

Will you learn proper techniques in playing any game?

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