A common belief in today’s business world is we must get more with less. Company downsizing, mergers and the demand to build market value have all led to a culture that makes that philosophy not a mere expectation, but a demand. This paradigm creates a workforce with additional responsibilities and reduced resources, leading to less time with family and fewer opportunities for personal and professional growth. Ultimately, this approach to business creates the “grind it out” mentality; this abrasive culture is a false construct. It is built on the premise that more effort creates more results, but realistically, we end up chasing our own tails. If we believe it takes more effort, we create more effort, blinding ourselves to the endless opportunities for exceptional performance.
In order to create new opportunities, we must learn how to change our attitudes; but it’s not about covering them up with positive attitudes or positive behaviors, it’s about finding out where our minds are already made up. Those areas create scotomas, or blind spots, to accelerated performance. We take these scotomas into our meeting, trainings and personal lives. Thus we end of changing our opportunities because we don’t know how to successfully change our mind.
Through strategic alignment with Aperneo organizations can expect, at a minimum, the following benefits.
Philips Medical System
Washington Mutual Bank
Prudential Real Estate
State Farm Insurance
Nuevo Energy company
Marx Company, CPA
Raising Arizona kids magazine
Akron University – Men’s Soccer
Akron University – Men’s Football
Toyota Motor Company (USA Regions)
Lexus (USA Areas)
Young President’s Org (YPO)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
El Paso Gas
Aesthetic Family Dentistry
1st Quest Mortgage
Haselwood Auto Group/University
First Merit Bank
Environmental Protection Agency
Dr. Ginger Price, DDS
Several independent auto groups