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Manufacture Your Day by EXPECTING THE VERY BEST

 In Manufacture Your Day

Manufacturing Training Good News

Happy Monday!

I am not going to lie, when I started my business, it was tough. There were times when I didn’t know how to pay the rent next month but somehow it always worked out.

Here are just some of the things I did to move forward:

  • Write a weekly marketing report: What have I accomplished this week? What am I going to accomplish next week?
  • Learn something new weekly, sometimes daily.
  • Produce one video a week for 2 years – yes, you can find about 100 of my videos on YouTube.
  • Write 1 newsletter a month – in 2012 I started to write my daily “Manufacture Your Day” blog messages.
  • Cold calls of 130 companies a week – I guess this is how I got resilient beyond measure.
  • Give 1 free workshop a month at the local library – this is how I practiced my facilitation skills.
  • Wrote a book on “How to Make Manufacturing Sexy?” to get the attention of people in the industry.
  • Travel on my own expense to conferences within Canada and to the United States to speak for free – if I was lucky I got dinner and a bottle of wine.

I made so many mistakes but I definitely made sure to learn from them.

Nothing is going to replace hard work, but believing in yourself is probable the most important skill one can develop. I learned that hoping is better than wishing, but expecting is better than hoping.

It is important to use the power of self-expectancy to push yourself to the next level.

I often write about the power of our thoughts because I know that they are key to everything we will or won’t accomplish in our life. Over the years I have worked very hard to condition myself.

Here is my personal positive self-talk, which kept me motivated during tough times:

I am ….

  • … only one phone call away from turning things around.
  • … not rejected, I am redirected.
  • … on the right track and my work has a tremendous impact.
  • … kind, positive and I make a difference in everything I do.
  • … in the position to get what I expect.

My story can be your story. Have the courage to expect the very best. Chances are that you will get it.

It’s Monday, and I wish you the mental strength to expect good news only.

 

Food for thought:

Are you always expecting the best?

Please read the following article:

Expect More from Yourself – You’ll Get It 

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