How to Reach Goals and Build Impressions …

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How to Reach Goals and Build Impressions …
It starts with YOU.

And YOUR ideas and energy.

Then YOU take action – the first step.

Then another. There’s always more.

Each step is a building block.

Building Impressions and reaching goals requires hard work, time and persistence.

But eventually you start to see and feel results. The fruit of your work builds on the foundation you created from those first steps.

Don’t ever just stand still. You stumble into success. You must move in order to stumble.

Keep working, clawing and climbing your way up to where success awaits your efforts. Success is the progression toward worthy goals.

Once you reach your goals people will notice. They will have watched you along the way. That’s where you build impressions. Always remember where you started and how you got to the top.

More Pay Notes

Building Impressions
A True Business Transformation Story 

“Scott Franko shows that American ingenuity is still alive and well. He and his team redesigned what it is that their company did and does while showing once again how innovation precedes growth.” 

– Bob Kierlin, Chairman and Founder of Fastenal Company

“In business is there anything more critical than how people perceive your company? Scott Franko gets it. And he changed the course of his business through the actions applied in his book. You can share in Scott’s great awaking and reap the benefits immediately.”

– Wade Swormstedt, Fourth Generation Publisher ofSigns of the Times magazine.

Learn what we did to go from a simple sign making company to one that now is a builder and creator of impressions through numerous divisions all focused on different aspects of providing creative visual solutions for brand and image. The transformation process is captured in this simple to read book that is easy to understand and to apply the same principles to your organization.

– Scott Franko

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