Tag: value in planning

  • Planning ain’t selling

    In 15 years (1963-78), Joe Girard sold 13,001 Chevrolets. He sold 1,425 in 1973 alone! And in his book, How to Sell Anything to Anybody, he documents his exact process that made him one of the best car salesmen on the planet. Guess what did I find out? Besides the basic tactical-practical strategies, he invested […]

  • Plan your ideal day and stick with it

    One of the year-end challenges that I participated involved creating an ideal day and do my best to live it out. Turns out it’s so much harder to stick with it if you’re super ambitious and have conquering the world and making everyone happy part of your plan. So, I did what appeared to be […]

  • The real value in having a Plan B

    I used to think having a Plan B is a sign of insecurity, having a weak mind or lack of commitment/loyalty to Plan A. I had my own reasons — each time I’ve had a Plan B, my mind would figure out creative ways to mess up my Plan As. I’m serious! And it didn’t […]