Thursday, July 7, 2016

Personal Assessment and the 5 As

Today's training was a continuation of yesterday's topic on Personal Assessment. If you want to learn more about that topic just read the post from yesterday. Otherwise, I am just going to post the notes from the meeting. Ideally, these things are important to know and understand if you want to do an effective Personal Assessment. If you can't or won't do these things then you are already perfect and don't need help of any kind. You are the master that needs no

So, here they are in order. The first one makes the rest tick. If you can't do the first one then you probably don't need to read any further!

ACKNOWLEDGE - accept or admit the existence or truth of or recognize the fact or importance or quality of
-Admit and accept your faults and build from there
-Recognize you may need help and that you must get better in order to grow and to succeed long term

ABSORB - take in or soak up (energy, or a liquid or other substance) by chemical or physical action, typically gradually or engross the attention of
-Soak in all the training possible and use what is beneficial to you and your business
-Read and take notes from successful authors/speakers

ADAPT - make (something) suitable for a new use or purpose; modify or become adjusted to new conditions
-morph into what you need to be in order to continue growing
-Phonebooth salesman
-Think of the amount of college athletes that went to the pros and played a different position so that they would have a better chance to succeed long term

ADJUST - alter or move (something) slightly in order to achieve the desired fit, appearance, or result
-Alter your schedule to accommodate your new goal even if it is just a small change
-Change usually starts small

ADVANCE- move forward, typically in a purposeful way
-Always continue moving forward... if you're not moving forward you're moving backwards
-It's a lot harder to drive in reverse than in drive

-Small advances are better than no advances

Thanks for reading!

Fist Pump Guy out!

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