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Remodeling contractors using positive thinking and goals

Posted by Mark Paskell on Tue, Apr 14, 2009 @ 07:38 AM

Last week, in our Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce Referral Group meeting, two contractor coaching clients described their recent success using the power of positive thinking and goal setting. In their coaching sessions they are studying the concepts of "Think and Grow Rich" written by Napoleon Hill. The Contractor Coaching Partnership contractor course teaches clients how to use this powerful study guide to develop the right thinking habits and the power of setting goals.

Kyle Dube of Project Plus Builders, described how he has tapped into the ether and universe to attract new opportunities. He reports he has more leads today than he has had in three years. His confidence has grown immensely since he has joined our group six months ago. He is bringing people together and helping them network with others. 

Matt Beaton of Residential Energy Solutions reported he is using these concepts to acquire accounts from numerous companies for his energy auditing business. Matt is leading the charge locally speaking often at public venues on green building science. Most recently he was on the panel for Green Energy at The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative Conference in Westboro, Mass.  

Coincidently, both Kyle and Matt are members of NARI, an organization dedicated to providing training and education to contractors. Both clients possess a learning attitude and a very open mind. They are becoming leaders in our group and contractor community helping others through the power of example.

In these challenging economic times both Matt and Kyle are shining examples of how to use the power of positve thinking and goals to grow and prosper. They are learning to focus on their goals and continue to sharpen their saw as they build their remodeling business.

What are you doing to sharpen your saw and keep your mind positive in these challenging economic times?




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