The Importance of Intentional Collisions
A couple of weeks ago, I was listening to a Success Magazine audio interview between Darren Hardy and Tony Hsieh of Zappos.
Tony was reflecting on several positive results of changes to the physical layout of his business in downtown Las Vegas and how it affects the happiness and productivity of the folks that work for his exceptional and gifted sales organization.
The simple message that caught my attention was; they forced their people to have occasional physical interaction by changing the entrance and exits to the parking lot. Very interesting………….
Your business and life success are also likely dependent on that very same thing.
Here’s how I’d say it……..Increase your “intentional collisions”, and improve your life.
Life and business is a contact sport. The better you are at strategically planning more “intentional collisions” the more you can help other people succeed. As a natural result, your success and happiness will also increase. You have to give before you get. It’s the circle of life.
Consider planning and increasing your “intentional collisions” in 2014. Schedule more client lunches, personally visit your sphere of influence and listen to what they need, drop by more often, give them a helpful call.
Make it a priority. I’m confident you’ll email me with a success story of something that likely wouldn’t have happened without the special intentional interaction!
Smiles, have a great week, and Keep on Seeking………..Mark