Friday, October 28, 2016

Making Something Happen

Today's Blog is being published on the birthday of Elizabeth A. Bane, co-founder of Bane-Clene Corp in 1962.

That makes today's topic even more poignant. Since on February 4th, 1962, she and William F. Bane made something happen.

It has been said, "Nothing will ever be attempted if all possible objections must be overcome first." This simple but meaningful quotation, if it is fully understood, expresses the difference between success and failure. Also, the difference between large or small in business and achieving much or accomplishing little or nothing.

It has also been said "if you wait until all the traffic lights are green before you start a trip, you will never get started. Instead, you begin the trip and as you progress the lights change from red to green."

We need to chart a course, look for obvious obstacles and then progress. Of all the things we worry about, 95 percent never happen. If we spend this worrying time constructively, then there's no telling what we can accomplish.

Just as William and Elizabeth did in 1962.

Related carpet cleaning information on the Bane-Clene® web site:

  1. A History of Cleaning Carpet
  2. Building Your Own Carpet Cleaning Business
  3. How It All Began
  4. The 15 Factors of Success
  5. Twenty Steps to Success
  6. What makes a company successful

Thank you for reading Bane's Blog.

The Bane-Clene® Team

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