One quarter in for 2013. How bad do you want it?

I just got on twitter last week (this is my third try) and I think I am finally figuring out the madness of it.

I do love some of this stuff.   LIke the fact that the Pope tweets.  Lessons right from the top. Russell Wilson posts a daily Bible verse, and dumb stuff like I knew when Aaron Rodgers was eating at 812, his restaurant in Brookfield on Thursday night.  Here’s my favorite pontiff’s tweet so far.

26 Apr

Dear young people, do not bury your talents, the gifts that God has given you! Do not be afraid to dream of great things!

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Anyways, the first quarter from 2013 is over.  Are you on pace to win it?

How are your goals coming?  Can you smell it, can you taste it?  Can those you lead know what you want this year?

 Don’t let yourself get into the fourth quarter and find yourself in such a hole that you can’t get out.

Analyze where you are at.  And how you can get there. Do you have to adjust?   Don’t let yourself get into the fourth quarter and find yourself in such a hole that you can’t get out.  Great news, it’s not too late.

Visualize it.

For instance, the head coaches on my team have a goal.  It’s clear when we hit our goals what we win:  Training with Ken Wilbanks for a business conference.  Fly fishing, relaxation, drinks, and learning our craft even better.  I can already hear that stream, and “taste” the experience.  This blog will remind them and me of our goal.  And I update them often.

It’s the air I breathe.

– Joel Fleischman.  Joel is the president and solution provider for Drexel Building Supply.  (www.drexelteam.com).   You can follow him on twitter:  @JoelmFleischman.  He has provided solutions for builders and their clients since 1996 and a whole bunch of other stuff that you probably don’t care about.

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