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October 12, 2008

What are you focussing on, today?

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In another forum; The subscriber posted … (Snipped) ” As you know, the stock markets worldwide are plummeting. Financial institutions/ banks are dragging their feet. Some of the consequences would be painful, in spite of best efforts from governments around the world.

The question is: do you have a strategy to react to this situation?” (Endsnip)


Here’s my reply …..

What we acknowledge has power over us.

We become what we focus upon.

I prefer to put a few possibility thinkers together and ask … “I’ve enjoyed xx% annual growth over the last xx years and my objective is help each other continue that … I’m in the xxx business. … What ideas do you have for me”? ….. They synergy in that room is awesome.

I don’t attend pity parties. Don’t go around town acknowledging doom and I’m only seeking what **will** work to continue my growth.

Bottom line …… We have a market of at least 300 million. What are they buying and how can we supply them? …… That’s how I entered the bathroom tissue biz, kept my family for a winter and made some marvelous contacts.

Here’s Hayley Solich’ fabulous video presentation of her strategy for expanding her colleagues visions. View Here

Your comments and insights appreciated.


Bestest.



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4 Comments »

  1. Hi Teddy,

    I agree that it is fruitless to dwell on doom.
    As long as I have my creativity, I’ll be able to create the reality I desire.
    It’s hard enough to stay focused on positive stuff – meaning, I have a LOT of GOOD things I can do right this minute, which one should I do next?

    I have no energy to spare for negativity.

    Cheers,

    Mitch

    Comment by Mitchell Allen — October 12, 2008 @ 2:24 pm | Reply

  2. Thanks Mitch … Did you get a chance to view the referenced movie?

    Comment by teddytowncrier — October 12, 2008 @ 2:38 pm | Reply

  3. I wholeheartedly agree. It is importance to stay upbeat when times get tough. School is not out, yet. Let’s not ring the bell. In fact, let’s collaborate with one another and see what develops. People who have a “win/win” mindset are often doubly blessed. And, cleverness counts. Just look at what the relationship Apple and Microsoft through those funny Apple TV commercials have accomplished.

    Now, a shopping center in rural Northern California is actively encouraging its merchants to work together for the financial good of everyone. They are increasingly, thinking in terms of a “mutual uplift.” But, that is not all. They are cleverly asking for others around the world – even in the news media – to help them. Why should folks outside the area – including the news media – even care? Because they see collaboration as a major benefit. In other words, the situation is suddenly in THEIR BEST INTEREST. Indeed, something as simply as an email can be converted into a “Dear Editor” letter and provide significant “buzz” for what might otherwise be nothing more than an ordinary shopping center grand opening. But, because outsiders get involved, the ordinary gets transformed into the extraordinary. Want proof? Visit http://www.squidoo.com/HSCGOPLetters.

    Lamar Morgan

    Comment by Lamar Morgan — October 12, 2008 @ 4:28 pm | Reply

  4. Lamar … Many of us are intensely watching your dedication and strategies.

    We’re certainly rooting for you, applaud your civic mindedness and commitment to your small town’s increasing prosperity.

    Best regards.

    Ted.

    Comment by teddytowncrier — October 12, 2008 @ 5:09 pm | Reply


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