Morning with Movers: From Goals to Gratitude, Influencing 1 Billion Lives

Morning with Movers: From Goals to Gratitude, Influencing 1 Billion Lives

In this engaging episode of “Morning with Movers,” we dive deep into the journey of personal growth and the pursuit of extraordinary goals. The key message here is to not just reach your goals (Point B) but to constantly strive to surpass them, fostering continuous growth and self-improvement.

Clifford Starks emphasizes the importance of setting new, larger goals after achieving previous ones. It’s a process of perpetual expansion, where each goal achieved propels you toward an even greater one. The ultimate ambition is to positively influence 1 billion people in various aspects of life—mentally, physically, and emotionally. The host acknowledges the challenges of life and the profound satisfaction that comes from feeling good about oneself and others.

Cliff shares his personal journey, starting as an overweight kid who successfully shed the extra pounds. He then pursued a career as a high-level athlete, achieving success in multiple sports, including becoming a state champion and an all-American football player. His journey culminated in fighting in the UFC.

This episode touches on the idea of evolving goals and the importance of surrounding oneself with the right people who provide support and encouragement. It emphasizes that competition is often an internal battle rather than an external one. Gratitude plays a pivotal role in achieving these goals, with the mantra of waking up each day striving to be the best version of oneself and helping others do the same.

This inspiring episode encourages viewers to set ambitious goals, embrace growth, and surround themselves with positive influences on their path to success.

Work With Mack’s Moving Training

Mack’s Moving Training was born to help other Moving Owners simplify the process and get their time back. With this day and age, employee turnover is a real thing and to constantly have to repeat yourself has to be the thing of the past in order for us to grow. We hear from a lot of moving companies “we train our crew members on the truck” (which means on the job). This is a very stressful situation for a new candidate and whether you believe it or not it could be stressful for you as well. Hoping and crossing your finger your new mover doesn’t cause damage or hoping your most senior crew member doesn’t up and leave one day. Owners have too much stress to begin with training doesn’t need to be. Now we discussed the moving aspects, how is sales trained? Are they Just thrown on the phone hoping they get a sale and if they don’t, they’re gone? Let’s be intentional about our process, set our employees up to succeed and in the end we all are rewarded.

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