PRESS RELEASE Matthews, NC, -12/18/2013 — Vista Ridge Business Services (VRBSI) is pleased to announce the launch of an online six hour continuing education course for the 6,000 licensed Independent Car Dealers of North Carolina. The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles has approved our client, Carolina Dealer Training, and this course for CE training. Vista Ridge specializes in anytime/anywhere training for your staff, students or your customers. When you need efficient and effective training, VRBSI is your one stop source to turn ideas into income producing virtual training. In partnership with Carolina Dealer Training, VRBSI took the concept and … Continue reading
Vista Ridge Launches Online Continuing Education for North Carolina Independent Car Dealers
Hole in one or shoot a 65?
If you are a golfer, do you want a hole in one or do you want to shoot a 65? Most decent golfers would rather shoot a 65. It takes a great deal of skill and preparation to shoot 65. A novice could get lucky and get a hole in one their first time out. Success can be an accident, but Repeatable Success is a system, and requires preparation. Successful businesses want Repeatable Success. When businesses overcome issues, they very likely followed a system that includes steps similar to these: Analyze the problem. Design a solution. Develop the solution. Implement the solution. Evaluate … Continue reading
Making a team a team….
I really enjoy listening to music. Recently, I was listening to an orchestra. It began with a violin solo– very impressive. But then, the other parts of the orchestra began jumping in, a little drum, a little trumpet, then flutes. What was a nice sounding solo soon became a wonderful auditory thrill. Each instrument added their unique sound to the mix to become something that any one of them could not be on their own. And so goes your work environment. If you are a manager, hopefully you recognize the unique “sounds” of your team. You know that they all are … Continue reading
Practice doesn’t make perfect……
But it sure helps! I think it was Lee Trevino who said, “The harder I practice, the luckier I get.” To achieve a certain level of achievement you need to devote time and effort toward that goal. Not just golf, anything. To really separate yourself from all the other good players, you need to work hard at it. There are millions of good players, but very few truly great ones. Deliberate and focused practice. Jack Nicklaus said he never went out just to hit balls on the range. He said he was going to go work on specifics like, chipping, … Continue reading