Week Six’s Work
This week was so tedious. I had to do a competitive analysis and an accommodation inventory. Here are some thoughts for companies out there: one, put all the desired rates on your website; two, create a spot on your website to talk about banquet sizes; three, if you’re an accommodation, somewhere on your website mention how many rooms you have; and four, make your website pretty! Looking for information is a lot easier when it doesn’t hurt your eyes to look at it. Later I have to get started on an eNewsletter and a golf course blog. Its times like this I want another event to set up or even just go to a golf course. Love the hands on work. Oh, and one last tip for companies before I change topics, if you have a business, have your own website! Don’t just have information about your company on review sites or on a community website talking about the entire area. Have your own website! Or contact CK Golf Solutions to see how we can help you.

Best Thing a Teacher Ever Said
We had a teacher back in first year who was to say the least, successful at what he did. Our first day in class we all had to do an icebreaker game. Anyways, once it got around to learning about the teacher, he told us about how he got started in his career and so forth. That’s beside the point. What he told us was how to truly be successful. A lot of people think that to be successful is to be rich, have lots of stuff, and to have loads and loads of money. This is where people are mistaken. If you want to be successful, you need something to shoot for. It has to be specific and tangible. My specific goal is to own a 1969 Mustang Boss 429. It’s been my dream car ever since I first got interested in muscle cars. So the key to being successful is to do what you need to get that item. Once you do, you know that you have been successful because you have the money to buy it and you have the thing you desire most. So stop thinking to be successful you have to have a lot of money, pick a dream item and aim for that.

That’s mine. What’s yours? Don’t forget to read my previous blog’s here!