March 3rd, 2014
Life Enrichment: Personal Performance
Since I have been on the topic of Life Enrichment lately, one more topic came into perspective; personal performance. Specifically creating a more enriched life with high levels of personal performance.
There are many key elements in achieving high levels of personal performance and without counting them; I would estimate there are thousands of books written on the topic. I have written often regarding a favorite keynote that I give on Gourmet Living so I don’t want to be redundant in this blog. However, I do want to cover one word today that is a critical lynchpin in Life Enrichment and that word is: DISCLIPINE.
It is a form of personal performance that breaks the levels of success achievement-either up or down. Where in my own personal life I had the discipline to do the right thing-everything was positive, when I failed; I lacked the discipline to achieve and accepted less than success.
In sales leadership it means focusing on a host of actions:
• Creating an atmosphere of trust, fun and achievement
• Ensuring training is occurring
• Building a systematic approach to achieving quotas
• Increasing the level of quality execution at all levels
In life it means a focus on:
• Health and diet
• Creating a community of friends and enjoyment
• Helping others increase their life quality
• Appreciating the positives the world provides
Discipline means there is a special focus in your life to feel more, enjoy more and experience more. Are you?
Let me know what you are doing to increase your Life Enrichment?
Ken Thoreson “operationalizes” sales management systems and processes that pull revenue out of the doldrums into the fresh zone. During the past 15 years, our consulting, advisory, and platform services have illuminated, motivated, and rejuvenated the sales efforts for organizations throughout the world.
His latest book is: Leading High Performance Sales Teams. Ken provides Keynotes, consulting services and products designed to improve business performance.