Maintenance Engineering President Curt Kesselring “Be A Source Of Positive”

A big election is coming in November 2012 and the political campaigns are starting up. The country is in a recession and that news is repeated everywhere we turn. Whatever your feelings are about the issues or candidates you most likely already know who you’ll vote for, so you don’t need more negative information. You must separate the negative news from your career as it doesn’t make you any money. We must guard against this onslaught of negative for the concept of mimicry is always at work. If you’re not careful you’ll mimic these powerful negative news sources.

Remember, we have the power to choose what we mimic. We can choose to mimic positive or negative. We can choose to turn off the negative news and listen to a positive CD. The choice is ours and today it is more important than ever that we put ourselves in situations where we have positive to mimic.

Better yet, let’s task ourselves with being a positive source that others mimic! From the time we get up in the morning until we go to bed at night, let’s influence others through our positive example. Let’s be the positive force of mimicry with our family, the waitress at the coffee shop, the attendant at the service station, the negative non-buyers AND the customers who reward us with a sale!

Today there is change in the lighting industry…. and with change comes opportunity! At Maintenance Engineering we are embracing this change and the result is and opportunity even more exciting than before! We have a nationwide lighting revolution going on and Maintenance Engineering is a leader in it. Our green product line is the most environmentally friendly in the nation. Our new LED line of products sets the standard for quality with more products coming soon. Our XTRABRITE line continues to beat the competition by every conceivable measurement! And we are in the midst of introducing our “Good, Better, Best” product line and sales methods.

We have a tremendous opportunity here and the only mistake we can make is to let others control our attitude. Let’s take the lead and be a powerful source of positive. From tiny seeds, might oaks grow. Let’s sow seeds of positive everywhere we go and soon we’ll see a forest of positive… and we’ll reap the rewards.

Curt Kesselring

President Maintenance Engineering

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