Lessons You Can Learn From My Car Accident (Part II)

 

 

 

The Quick Story

In part 2 of my car accident story you will see that the next challenge after deciding to go for my dream car was to actually deciding on a color.  I know this may seem like a minor thing to you, but for me it was a big deal.  Over the years I’ve learned that I need to see and feel what I am looking for.  I can’t sit in a showroom and look at a bunch of swatches and just pick out an item.

The first day we went to the dealership we had a decision to make between a black or blue interior.  As soon as we hit the lot we saw a black beauty with dark tan interior. I feel in love with the contrast and how the colors went so well.  The other car was a metallic blue which to me could be a little trendy; meaning after a few months or a year, I would be tired of it.  

We went back and forth started by choosing blue and going back to the dealership the next day (my wife couldn’t make it, so I went with my good friend from high school Joel).  I decided that I would go with black because it was more classy.  All I had to do was select the interior.  Oh, I forgot to mention the reason we decided on blue in the first place was because the black beauty I mentioned earlier that had the dark tan interior was a stick shift–meaning my wife wouldn’t be able to drive it.  What happened next?

Watch the brief video for the details….

Lesson

Know what you want and go for it!

As always my goal is to help you Run the Point (take action) from where you are, with what you have.

 

Your Ambassador,

Bruny

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About The Author

Mike Ambassador Bruny

I have a deep desire to help spread entrepreneurial thinking as the solutions to many of our problems today. I am a project kind of guy who loves to get things started. When I'm not in search of contract work (projects) that I can do during the nights and weekends I can be found working as a mild mannered Digital Content Manager for Babson Executive Education.

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