Our 3 Foot Rule!

At our Academy every person, child or adult is greeted by name before they get 3 feet from the door. We call it our "three foot rule". Turn your sound up please.

Moving Above Mediocrity

You do well to share what you know. The Law of Compensation state that you will be paid in like. Caution: Don't expect it from a certain person. Characteristic of a ten leader. Think of someone you admire. For me it was my Dad. He worked long hours. His word was everything. He gave lots of time to us kids. He was liked by everyone. He gave back to the community. A ten is a person that is not the best that will ever be but what they have inside them they give 100% to each area of there life that is important to them. I think all of us come out of the baby factory a 10. Mom and Dad gave us acceptance if we behave correctly. The preacher gave us acceptance if we behave. If we went to hell. At s

More on Mediocrity

Last time we visited about getting rid of the anchors in your life. Just go ahead and delete them on Facebook. In your business or organization. Just fire them already. They are the 27% that are never satisfied. You are helping them to find a place that they like and can do better in. The sooner the better. We have the 10 percent on a mission. They read the manual the minute there is a problem to find a solution. The 3 per cent folks have fixed the problem while the 10 per cent people are reading the manual. These are all great folks. Now how to move some of the 60 percenters into the 10% group. First and foremost is training and team building. A good way to start is find 5 or 6 out of every

The Forces of Mediocrity

"Maybe it should be 'the forces for mediocrity.' There's a myth that all you need to do is outline your vision and prove it right -- then, quite suddenly, people will line up and support you. In fact, the opposite is true. Remarkable visions and genuine insight are always met with resistance. And when you start to make progress your efforts are met with even more resistance. Product, services, career paths -- whatever it is, the forces for mediocrity will align to stop you, forgiving no errors and never backing down until it's over. If it were any other way, it would be easy. And if it were any other way, everyone would do it and your work would ultimately be devalued. The yin and yang are c

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