This month, I have the pleasure of introducing Kathi Palmer as our featured member of One Degree Shift community. Read how Kathi overcame shyness, cancer, and more. Kathi's story is inspiring and her message is simple, "Life is short! Give yourself a break, and Do what you enjoy." CASSANDRA: Hi Kathi! Tell us a little bit about yourself. KATHI: I’ve lived in upstate New York all 51 years of my life. I’ve been married for 27 years to someone I rode the school bus with; although, I didn't like him then! I have three children. The oldest is getting married [...]
Life is too short to wake up in the morning with regrets. Kathi Palmer believes in the adage, "When life gives you a chance, take it!" She continues to take steps outside her comfort zone, bravely stretching herself and her potential to new heights. Today Kathi is pursuing her passions and doing what she really enjoys.
Here's a post from my Facebook timeline. See if you can relate to it. I asked life, "Why are you so difficult?" Life smiled and said, "You people never appreciate easy things." If you're anything like me (and I suspect we're alike in many ways), you may get busy doing a lot of activity but not seeing a lot of results. You know what I mean? There is a difference between ACTION and ACTIVITY. Activity will keep you spinning your wheels but not making any progress. As Stephen Covey teaches in his book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, [...]
By Debbie Mrazek In selling, it's all about doing what you know each and every day. Rome wasn't built in a day and neither will your sales quota. Whether you are a veteran climber in the sales field or a newbie traveler, the same steps that make one person successful work for others too. Just realize that it comes down to this: You just have to do more of what you know works and do less of what you know doesn't work. When you begin doing more of the things that work, it will become easier and easier to do [...]
In selling, it’s all about doing what you know each and every day. Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will your sales quota. Whether you are a veteran climber in the sales field or a newbie traveler, the same steps that make one person successful work for others too.