The Business Rescue Coach asks about YOUR Business Strategy:
Do you take time to be at your optimum?
Are you functioning at your best or limping along?
Business Strategy potentials come from all sorts of expected and unexpected experiences… at least mine do, do yours? Please let me explain…
This past weekend I was taking a class to get my motorcycle license (it was going to be a surprise). It involved both classroom time with a written exam and range time to learn how to ride a motorcycle. I was doing excellent and passed the written exam and even the first day on the(riding) range.
Right as we were moving into the last exercise, my bike changed gears and threw me off during a very sharp turn. I plowed pavement for about 10 feet, with my shoulder-yikes! I was able to get back on the bike and finish the last skill for the day… and passed that day 🙂
The next morning I was to be at the range before 7:30 am. I thought I could do it, but my body have been injured and wasn’t capable any longer. I was extremely disappointed and went for a medical assessment. The good news is I’m alright and no one ran me over! The not so good news is I will be in a sling for awhile until the tissue swelling diminishes and the bone can move back into the shoulder socket again… did I mention it is my right arm so typing and many other things is extremely difficult?!?!
Thus, I am going to lie low and take care of myself so I can get back to functioning at my best as soon as possible again. So how do you like that for an unexpected business strategy lesson?
YOUR BUSINESS RESCUE COACH’S STRATEGY:
When you crash, do you immediately go to recovery mode or do you try to limp through everything and delay your optimum performance?
If you or your business needs rescuing on this particular topic
or any other Business Strategies please call Maggie (262) 716.7750
FYI: I’m in the Central Time Zone
Blessings of Success to YOU ~
The Business Rescue Coach, Maggie Mongan
Brilliant Breakthroughs, Inc.
What!!?? Well, it’s good to hear you will be back to normal after a bit. Will you be taking the rest of the course later?
Back to normal is relative, isn’t it?!? OK, right after this happened, I got back on the iron horse and completed the last riding component for that day and took (and passed) the written exam! I’m still very committed! I will mend, and yes, I will finish the course later this summer when I’m capable again 🙂