Carpet Cleaning Tulsa | Episode 370 | Complete Carpet
Carpet Cleaning Tulsa | Episode 370
Speaker 1: (00:00)
This is episode three 70 and I want to talk to you today. Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 we our complete carpet and give us a call at (918) 494-7093 or on the web at complete carpet, tulsa.com I want to talk to you today about consistency. Consistency is very difficult for this next generation that to find the value that is just intrinsic in the back end of you doing something but then doing it great again and again and again. So many times we want to do it until we get it great once and I think that everything that we do is practice for the way that we will always do things. The old adage, how you do anything is the way you’ll do everything. Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 I’ve seen this so many times where somebody will do something and they do it halfway and they’ll do something and do it halfway and they do something and do it halfway and after a long enough time eventually the only way you know to do something is halfway.
Speaker 1: (00:56)
Like there isn’t a another option because you’ve practiced doing it halfway so often, so long that like you’ve forgotten how to do it well or you’ve may have just, you know, thought, oh, I mean when, when the time is right, when you know, when it’s really important, then I’ll do it then. And if you do it that way in every other aspect, then you’re practicing to be mediocre. You’re practicing not to be great. Uh, carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998. Uh, we try to instill this into all of our employees as they come to work with us is that we need to right off the bat, only learn one way to do it great. And that way we don’t ever practice mediocrity. It feels weird not to do it. Do you ever walked into an area, done something and thought, hmm, nope, that wasn’t quite right.
Speaker 1: (01:42)
I need to go back and do that again. We’ve tried to draw something and there’s some little part of you that itches says, you know, you could have done better. I had a teacher in high school, I turned in an English paper and she gave me a B on it and I said, what? This is exactly perfect. This covered all the information that was on the assignment. This had all of the stuff it was formatted right. W what was wrong with it? She said there was nothing wrong with it. You’ve just written better papers. I know that this is a subpar paper for you. And so she was judging me against myself. She said, I know you have the capacity to do more and that you mailed it in. We’ve all had some time in our life where we’ve dealt with that person that we know just mailed it in.
Speaker 1: (02:19)
They could have done a lot more, but they have chosen not to. They could have been a lot better at the thing that they did, but they’ve chosen just to kind of just get by or not quite, you know, fully commit to a different situation. And so I challenge you to be the type of person that every time you do something that you do it this way. Cause really we’re just practicing. We’re teaching our body to do these habits and patterns in these feelings. They’re not really something that we believe in. Something that we think they’re just something that we’ve learned. And so much of your life is something that you’ve learned that isn’t directly intrinsic or directly connected to, um, you doing something in that aspect. It’s something that you’ve seen done. Uh, they say that 50% of your moral core, like what things do you believe to be what things you believe to be right or wrong or acceptable or unacceptable?
Speaker 1: (03:12)
Uh, whether you run into a situation or run away from say situations at 50% of that is in place by the time your age five, which means that you’ve learned things in the way that you do things is not an indication of what you think. And what you would like to do is just an indication of what you’ve been told or taught to do. And until you teach yourself or tell yourself to do something different, then that’s just where you’re going to be. You’re just gonna be stuck there doing that process, doing that thing that way. Not because you don’t aren’t smart or camp, figure out another way to do it. It’s just you just haven’t taught yourself something to do. So if I tried to whistle, um, and I can’t whistle, I won’t be able to whistle. But even though I would like to whistle, even though I mentally think I would love to whistle, it takes time to learn how to move my mouth into the right shape to where my body memorizes the right shape to whistle.
Speaker 1: (04:02)
Then from that point forward, I never tried to whistle again. I just whistle because I’ve learned to whistle. I don’t have to go back and drudge up and think, oh, I got a kind of person, my lips or make a little oval or do I make a little wider to use two fingers? Do I use one finger? Do I use that little sideway thumbs? How do I get the whistle sound to happen? No, you don’t have to think about it at all. From that point forward, you, you just whistle. It just happens because you’ve already taught it your body to do it. So when you think about it, you recall that particular set, that particular pattern and you just do it. Uh, even right now as I’m talking to you, a carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 I even now talking to you, I’m not thinking through how to pronounce the different words. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa
Speaker 1: (04:40)
I’m not articulating the words that I’m saying. My mind is thinking about a concept and my body is just formulating the words on the go. It’s creating the sound and the noise and the waves on repeated patterns from how I’ve learned in the past to pronounce and say certain words and uh, to pronunciate the different things that I have dealt with or done over life. We all do this. So when we drive somewhere, you’ll sometimes get to where you’re at. Think back and can’t remember how you drove there because your body took over or uh, playing a piano piece. If you play that piano piece, you’ll get down and you put your hands on the keys and you don’t actually think about playing the piano piece until you get a note wrong. Then you look down at the keys. You look at your finger and think, whoa, where, what’s wrong?
Speaker 1: (05:21)
Why did it my finger go to there and not to there? And so you didn’t try to find the right note to start back up on because you knew you weren’t playing. Your body was auto playing for you and you were doing something else. You’re thinking about something, you’re doing something, uh, video games the same way a virtually all the different thing that we do in our life. How do you cut a steak or do you use your left hand or your right hand? Do you use the fork upwards with your finger down? Do you use, hold it like a maker stabbing a knife? How do you, you know, how do you hold it? Why do you hold it that way? Do you hold the cuffs with all your fingers in or do you hold your pinky or your little finger out? You know, there’s all these different small ways of subtle differences.
Speaker 1: (05:57)
We do things and it just, because that’s the way we saw it done and that’s the way we taught ourselves to do it. So now our body will always repeat that pattern. We are creatures of habit until we do the same thing over and over. So go out there and assess your habits and patterns and say, are these the habits and patterns that I’m proud of or that I really like? And if not, find the ones that you do like and just start making a daily activity saying, I’m going to change one thing and I’m going to do it this way. Carpet Cleaning Tulsa Now I’m going to choose to be happy. I’m going to choose to enjoy the life that I’ve been given because it’s the only life I’ve got. And I can either choose to have a great day to day or it can just be junk and I much rather just make every day great. Why not? Why not just make every day great? Why not have a great day everyday? Why not just be happy every day? I mean, yes, life is gonna suck, but life is going to continue to suck over and over and over and lots of different times. So if we already know life’s going to suck, then then why let it steal your joy. Also, if it’s gonna suck, then don’t let us steal your joy. Carpet cleaning Tulsa since 1998 we are complete carpet.