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Lou Holtz

Lou Holtz - Winning Football Coach and Motivational Speaker

Lou Holtz is a retired winning football coach who was elected to the College Football of Fame in 2008. He is a gifted motivational speaker.  The following are excerpts from a speech he gave at a Get Motivation seminar.

Goal Setting

We have talked about goal setting in this blog before.

Mr. Holtz advises people to take it one step further and write down a goal or dream in five categories.

  • Business
  • Financial
  • Fun
  • Personal
  • Religion

He went on to explain that he EVERYTHING he had written down, he has now been able to check off his list.  Can you say the same?

Success

Mr. Holtz recommends four steps to achieving success in sales:

  • Attitude – Your attitude, your choice.  You have to have fun and enthusiasm.  If you aren’t, how can you impart those to your customers or distributors.
  • Passion to Win –  Can you live with failures?
  1. Your passion to win must include the willingness to make sacrifices
  2. You must get rid of all excuses of why you can’t do this.
  • Focus on your purpose
  1. Help customers to get what they want.
  2. Keep it simple
  3. Believe that you are doing that person a favor by bringing them the information on your product or service.
  • Have meaningful relationships – Lift people up.  This ability depends on your own level of self confidence.
  1. Do the right thing – generates trust
  2. Do it to the best of your ability
  3. Show people that you care

If you should ever have the opportunity to hear Lou Holtz speak, we highly recommend it.  He has words of wisdom for everyone.  He is very witty and entertaining and illustrates his points with stories from his own career and life.  Everyone should have a Lou Holtz in their corner.

I want to part with this last quote “Happiness is nothing more than a poor memory.”  Made me laugh, I hope it does you also.

As always, wishing you an abundance of all things good.

Sharon

Categories : Personal Growth
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I have a work at home business.  I also have two cats.  I try to sneak into my office, without them knowing.  But they do.  How they know, I don’t know.  Why do I care?  Here are my five top reasons:

5.  The cat snoring interrupts my internet marketing thoughts.   Internet markting requires intense concentration while implementing the various strategies.

4.  I must take care when sitting down in my swivel office chair, as it might elicit fierce cat howling, an extended cat claw, and other forms of strange cat behavior.  It makes me think longingly of clipping those  cat claws.  But that brings on the even stranger behavior of me chasing them around the house.  (We all know who wins that one.)

3.  They think absolutely nothing of leaving hairs all over my expensive ergo office chair.   In fact, it is a required cat behavior, like following me into the bathroom.    Do I follow them into the litter box?   I think not!!!!

2.  They choose, at very odd times, to exhibit personal cat grooming, by bathing on your stack of papers in that leg behind the ear posture.  They pause at every sound to stare vacantly at nothing before resuming the cleaning  of various cat parts.

1.  They walk across your keyboard.   Correspondence goes out of your home office containing strange and foreign aiweurej to your friends and contacts.  They choose to pounce on the mouse as they are sure it has extreme mouse problems and need to defend you.  Then after the ferocious attack, they reward themselves by taking a nap on your keybord, not caring that your keyboard keys are stuck in a repetitive fashionononon.

Even though they have taken over my office. we have come to a truce.  When a man loves his wife, he has to love her cats.  They certainly make working at home entertaining.

You too can build wealth and have the joys of cat companionship with your online business.

Wishing you all the success on your aoieujvasdru.

Sorry, cat again.

Truman

P.S.  Find out how I got to trade in my boss with only pennies.

P.P. S.  Ok, ok, so  I have traded my boss for my cats (who most times are my boss).

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Categories : Internet Marketing
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