When it comes to the New Year, it has always fascinated me that a simple date on the calendar can bring about such renewed optimism that the future will be better than the past. Many people will use this as a time for promises to be made or New Year’s resolutions to be set.
Have you ever thought about the basic purpose of a resolution? In its simplest form, the intent of a resolution is always based in a commitment to change something. We generally understand that for any positive change to take place, it needs to be intentional in nature. Rarely, if ever, will you or your business float into a successful future without knowing how you got there.
Rarely will your business float into a successful future without you knowing how it got there.
I would like to suggest, if I may, one commitment you can make to your future, or the future of your business, that can bring about a predictably positive result. The change I am alluding to is being more involved with Master Builders of Iowa.
I know what you’re thinking… this seems a little too self-serving to be genuine. Hear me out though. It’s important for you to realize that we are one of those strange organizations that really believes in the product that we offer, which is being ‘the essential resource for improving member performance’. To us, this means offering companies in our industry solutions to issues that cost them time and money.
Our aim is not to be the social club, or to be that invoice that shows up on your desk once a year that you wonder what the heck it’s for. Our purpose is to make your business better, and make you more successful. Now that the New Year is upon us, I’d like to point out one of the biggest reasons that right now is the perfect time to jump on board with MBI.
The 106th MBI Annual Winter Conference!
The 2018 MBI Annual Winter Conference is one month away. In addition to the many classes and safety trainings that are offered (at a discount for MBI members), there are also 2 events you can take advantage of as a MBI member at no additional cost. The MBI Annual Membership Meeting on Monday, February 26th and the Industry Reception on Tuesday, February 27th. These are places where you can network with hundreds of other contractors throughout the state and build your brand in the process.
In addition to that, this three day event will feature an already-sold-out exhibitor fair with dozens of companies displaying the latest in construction trends.
You can find more information on MBI’s Annual Winter Conference, including registration forms, at the link above.
If you have any questions, you can contact me anytime.