Have you ever thrown money at a problem? Yeah, me too and it go me nowhere. We’ve all done it. It makes us feel like we actually did something about the issue, but that’s about all it does, because it’s an artificial solution. It looks good on paper, but it’s hollow where it needs to be rock solid.
Sometimes we don’t plan on throwing money at problems, but end up doing it anyhow. We start out with high hopes about a program. We get excited as we anticipate the outcome, but somewhere along the way we lose momentum. We don’t follow through. Then we end up on the other side of it and have no positive results to show for our investment. In all actuality, we are less well off than we were before we started because we lost precious time and money.
Hundreds of thousands of dusty in-home gym components have been exiled into garages and this is how they got there.
The program isn’t the issue. There is no program on Earth that will live up to its full potential if there is no buy-in.
Intangibles like mindfulness and intention turned into action create the results we seek. Programs only help them along. In fact, virtually all efforts that aren’t done in tandem with well thought out intentions are being sold short. They might produce results, but they may have outperformed those results if they were given an opportunity to do so.
Throwing money at problems only allows them to fester undercover. The issues will still be there tomorrow and they will only be older and uglier.
Believing that programs have magical powers that allow them to work wonders on autopilot has the same results. This is the scenic route to the same destination, the forgotten about town of nowhere. Population: you, me and a bunch of abandoned gym equipment.
Giving programs the opportunity to succeed by working through them with intention leads to exponential success. Imagine what you want to achieve and then multiply that by ten. That’s where intention can land you. That’s where action leads.
You can change the culture in your workplace, with intention.
You can make your highest sales record from last year look puny this year, with intention.
You can harness the work/life balance you are in dire need of, with intention.
If you are ready to commit to a program and see it through to completion with mindfulness, intention and an action plan, then we can help you blow your goals out of the water. We’re ready, are you?
To your success,
Director of marketing and communications
HRSS Consulting Group