Takeaways from the 2017 MPS Winter Summit
I still haven't made it back home, but I couldn't wait to share with you some of the tidbits and stories that stood out to me. So for now, here's a quick recap from our 2017 MPS Winter Summit. This summit was an amazing opportunity to share concepts to move you and your business to the next level. The energy at the summit was incredible. I feel confident that everyone who attended walked away with renewed enthusiasm for building themselves and their business!
1. It Starts With YOU
Look at your attitude and determine what motivates you and what you contribute. Your business reflects you. Your employees reflect you. Be your best you. Get your mind right and develop stellar business skills and watch your business grow. Even if you aren’t the business owner, “you” are your business.
2. Build an Inspiring Company Culture
Model the behavior your want to see and attract the employees that align with that. I shared the concept that business is actually an idea that is shared with a group. Make sure your vision is clear and your team knows what it is.
3. Develop Skills
In order for your business to grow, you must grow. Set goals that work for you, add them to your "to do" list and move toward them every day. Read books, take classes, expand your mind and open your heart.
4. Be Extraordinary
It’s incredible to see what we are capable of doing with our lives when we live from our hearts and stop over thinking things. Brandon Johnson, the powerful and entertaining speaker that he is, clearly modeled this paradigm and demonstrated tools for refilling our “energy tanks”. Thank you, Brandon!
5. Marketing is Important
Getting your name out is not just sending out flyers or placing ads. It is about creating connections and bringing value and becoming the brand you truly want to represent.
6. Last but not least, have FUN
You attract that which you put out. Smile and the world will smile back at you.
Here's a fun video from the summit! See all of the videos and pictures on our Facebook page.