Action is a great restorer and builder of confidence. Inaction is not only the result, but the cause, of fear.
Perhaps the action you take will be successful; perhaps different action or adjustments will have to follow. But any action is better than no action at all.
Norman Vincent Peale
Norman Vincent Peale
Over the last 3 weeks I have met and shared both KLR and LSS with some of you.
Teaching KLR Marketing is a challenge, not because it is complicated but because it requires such a paradigm shift.It so simple it almost too simple for complicated human minds.
So what is the difference between someone who takes a concept through to action and someone who struggles with the concept so much there is no action.
I don't have the answer but focus and committment comes to mind, being committed to really get the paradigm shift. One thing I have noticed is that people who are really kicking goals have attended more than one school.
John Temple, who attended last week for a third time said it had made a huge difference to him.
Steve Bennett has attended several schools each year since 2004 - giving up his time to coach others during the school - Ken Haylan also gives up his time to coach and assist people at several schools each year.
Both Steve & Ken I'm sure know would say it takes more than one school to get the paradigm shift.
I interviewed Steve about committment last week at the Orange school.
Grahame : How long have you been riding a pushbike Steve ?
Steve : About 2 1/2 yrs.
Grahame : You recently rode in the Grafton to Inverell bike race, did you just turn up and ride on the day or did you train ?
Steve : I trained during the winter, getting up at 4.45am each morning, sometimes it was so cold here in Bathurst I looked like frosty the snowman after 20 minutes on the road.
Grahame : How many kilometres did you ride in training each week ?
Steve : Around 800 kms.
Grahame : So what else did you do ?
Steve : I practiced visualising the ride, Mick Cornish had spoken about that at the workshop.The race went just as I visualised.
Grahame : Now Steve they put you in grade 2 when you normally ride grade 3, which left you not feeling too confident how did you go ?
Steve : I came 4th in a 7 hour race in one of the toughest pushbike hillclimbs around.
Let me say congratulations and well done Steve !!!
You see he knows about committment - he knows there is pain if you want to get the results you desire and he did it anyway.
How committed are you ?
If you are a livestock producer and think there is a better way than the KLR System of marketing then please email me so I can arrange to spend time with you to find out more.
Rod,Jim and I will do whatedever it takes to assist someone to implement KLR but if it is to be it is up to you.
Planning for KLR Marketing schools is taking place now, consider repeating the school if you are not getting the results you desire.
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