Do it the right way. Make sure that you do what is necessary to do it the right way. Remember right is right and wrong is wrong. So do your best. After all, it's the right thing to do and it models the way for others.
Practice what you want to excel at, until you get it right. Get it perfect. Then when you go execute at a high-level, you can really do your best. Knowing what to say and do exudes confidence. So practice until you get it perfect. After all, it's the right thing to do and models the way for others.
Make sure that you take time to talk. Relationships take conversation. Remember texting and emails are just data transfer, they're not communication. So make sure that you communicate and take time for those relationships that you value. After all, it's the right thing to do and models the way for others.
I still recall my father telling me that when I moved out from my parent's home after college. He said: "Our home will always be your home and you can walk through that front door without having to knock. But your home will never be your mother's and my home and there fore we will always knock when we visit."
Take time to teach them well. Take time to teach others to become better than they were. When you learn to teach others well, you will teach them based on how they are wired and how they need to receive the information to become better. After all, it's the right thing to do and it models the way for others.
Can you teach an old dog new tricks? What do you think? Can you teach to learn over time or do you get resistance to change as you get older? The right answer is that you should continue to grow and learn as you get older and don't get stuck in your old ways. Learn grow and change over time so you become better than you were every day, every month, and every year to become your best self. After all, it's the right thing to do and models the way for others.
How young do you feel? Don't miss opportunities to to live your life to the fullest. Have great experiences, be brave, be bold, step outside of your comfort zone, and experience your life to the fullest. After all, it's the right thing to do and it models the way for others.
Mark A. Watkins is a Region Sales Manager in the Midwest with Rollins, Inc. and strives to Model the Way as a Sales Leader, Teacher, Visionary, Innovator, Problem Solver, Coach and Mentor.
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