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MH Habit Forming!

July 29th, 2015 No comments

Perhaps you know the maxim, “First, you form your habits. Then your habits form you.”

Whatever your profession, good habit formation – meaning good work disciplines – are a key to success. So why is it that so few in MH invest in training and team development?  Why do so few see the need for ongoing training?

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Training ought to be FORMAL, in the sense of a planned approach tailored to your location and team.  But for those who truly have no budget for training, let me suggest the following no cost solutions.

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15minutesdaily-cuttingedgemarketingsalesmanagementblog-mhpronews-com- > Require every team member to spend no less than 15 minutes a day watching videos on MHLivingNews.com.

> After 30 days, then have them add 15 minutes a day on MHProNews.com (at that point, its 30 minutes daily total).

 

Monitor and at the end of at the end of every 90 days, watch the growth in understanding, improved attitudes and bottom line results.

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Every good profession or business has formal training.

An HH Gregg team member told me their management calculated that their typical team member gets 300 hours a year in formal training. They’ve been growing.  See the connection?

The best option is to invest in the right marketing and training.  If you don’t have the budget to do that, do the 2 steps above and stick with it!

Ignorance costs. Knowledge pays. Form the habit, and it will form – and reward – you and your business. ##

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Soheyla Kovach, Left. Tamas (pronounced Tah Mash) center, and L. A. “Tony” Kovach, right. Photo credit 83 DegreesMedia and Julie Branaman. We thank 83Degress for their kind thoughts.  See their write up, linked here.

By L. A. “Tony” Kovach.