Thoughts From My Journal
Nothing gives me a clearer stronger sense of purpose then installing a system in my business.
Experience shows that my major obstacle to creating a systematic business is my temptation to do too many things at one time and force accomplishments too quickly.
Imagine a high jumper who wishes she could clear a height of six feet.
She knows from experience she can regularly clear five feet, but six feet seems far beyond her current abilities – only a wish, a dream.
But she is determined to make this change in her abilities.
She intends to use her willpower and to accomplish her goal.
How then does she proceed?
One option is set the bar at six feet.
Then practice every day trying to clear six feet.
She will continually fail, but she hopes she will eventually succeed and she may.
Another option is to set little goals that progressively move her towards her ultimate goal.
First she would set the high jump bar at five feet one inch.
She would work to clear that height consistently and in doing so build up her feeling of success and confidence. Inch by inch, she would work her way up.
Each new goal would be a small step requiring more strength and skill.
These small reachable, incremental gains would give her the confidence she will need to get to her ultimate goal of six feet.
The analogy is pertinent when you’re installing the BY REFERRAL ONLY Systems in your business.
When we joined your team we provided you with seven great new tools to systematize your Before, During and After Units.
1- MyClients Relationship Management System
2- MyPhoneleads System
3- MyWebleads System
4- During Touch Point Systems
5- The 2-Minute Newsletter
6- The Letter From The Heart
7- The Evidence of Success
Create for yourself the daily experience of successfully working with one system at a time.
So, for example, start with the MyClients Relationship Management System.
1- Import all your data into the system.
2- Call our tech support team to help you get it done.
3- Clean out all your old data.
4- Work only on this one project until you are complete.
It is better to be working on only one project at a time that you’re 100% committed to completing, than it is to be working on 10 projects that you are only 10% committed to completing.
Build and develop the mental muscles of starting something and completing it.
Only when you’re 100% complete, then move onto the next project.
You will feel great about finishing what you start.
It takes a lot of willpower and discipline to work on only one thing at a time, but once you master this way of thinking, you will soon be doing bigger and bigger projects.
Call your coach today and start progressively moving towards your goals one step at a time.