Trying to forget the past and only focus on the present is a challenge for most. Every time I think about this concept I'm reminded by a story that I'd like to share.
Imagine putting your spouse or partner into the trunk of a car along with your dog. An hour later you return to open the trunk. How do you think each will respond to your arrival?
No doubt the spouse or partner will be furious that you put them in the truck and left them there for an hour. Why? Because they are focusing on the past, not the present.
And no doubt your dog will greet you with thrill and enthusiasm, wagging his tail faster than every before. Why? Because the dog thinks only in terms of now and never looks back.
Can you imagine what our world would be like if we could be like dogs in this area?
Let's try to be dogs, forget the past and enjoy the present!
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Mel Jones is one of the premier restaurant brokers in the nation having published hundreds of articles on buying and selling a restaurant and bar business, selling thousands of restaurants in CA., WA and AZ and building one of the most copied business models in the brokerage industry. Mel started SellingRestaurants in 2004 with the one simple concept, give the buyers the information they need to make intelligent buying decisions without being pestered by a broker or hiding information, prepare the business for market by researching key details that make or break deals and educate the buyer on the buying process to create an intelligent buyer. Prior to SellingRestaurants, Mel was a Chief Financial Officer for Universal Music Group, the largest music company in the world. There he participated in more than $11.5 billion of merger and acquisition transactions. He also work for top companies such as Nestle Foods, USA. He hold a Bachelors in Business Administration Finance as well as attended Law School at Gonzaga University. Give Mel a call at 480.274.7000.