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Believe in Blue (You)?

No one saw it coming…I mean No One…except for Kentucky. In July of this year sports writer Steve Moline of Kentucky Ink (http://www.kentuckyink.com), wrote: “This is the 2nd (LSU) of 3 games that the Cats will be expected to lose by a big margin. There would be no bigger upset possible on the schedule.


The upset happened. The cats played without three of their best players and yet still came out on top in triple overtime against top ranked LSU. So how did this happen? How do you take a team that no one really expects much from and turn them into winners? Is it world class talent? Sure, but that is expected at this level. A great game plan? Absolutely! However, you can have a great plan and still lose.

So what separates the men from the boys? One word – BELIEF! Head Coach Rich Brooks began the season with the mantra of Believe In Blue. Nobody really noticed, but the players did. They bought into it. They bought into it with all their heart. Eyebrows raised when Kentucky tromped Louisville in the season opener. That was not supposed to happen! The irony of it all was that Kentucky got a quick pat on the back, and then buzzed about Louisville. What is wrong with Louisville? They just had a bad day. Hmmmm. Bad day?


Belief is the key. Just like Kentucky, in business you have to focus in with laser beam intensity on the game at hand and play with grit and raw determination. There is no quit – there is no alternative to this business. There is only win. So yes…no one in the market right now expects you to win. Everyone anticipates failure because of all the bad news and tough guidelines. So, what are you going to do? Are you going to quit? Or is there more…will you buy into Belief – Will you have what it takes to make it under extreme pressure and adversity? The bills are coming due again this month – how am I going to make it? How will I survive another month?


Believe in you! This is not a motivational speech – this is reality. If you believe in you then people will believe in you. Your team will believe in you. Your clients will believe in you and want to work with you because of your confidence. They are looking to you to assure them that they are making the right choice. Your clients and referral partners want to believe in you. Give them a reason. Make them think they are going to be missing out on something big if they do not do business with you.


So when you are making your calls today – make them with confidence! You have the answers. It is all going to work out and you will come through the fire and be the person that God wants you to be.


Best of Luck,


Matt Sullivan, CEO

Credit Dusters, Inc.

E. matt@creditdusters.com

W. http://www.creditdusters.com

Blog: http://www.creditdusters.wordpress.com


One Response

  1. oh,, its a great topic
    thank you author..

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