For those of you who take your networking business seriously and want to earn a serious income, this one’s for you. There are seven keys or elements that you should have in place with regard to your business. You may have heard some or all of these before. The magic happens when you implement these elements to the best of your ability on a consistent basis. None of them are difficult. In fact, they are quite simple. That’s why many people often gloss over them and keep on searching for the secret to success when they probably have heard most of these already. You CAN have unusual success in your business. Continue reading “7 Keys To Unusual Success — Week 16”
I’d like to begin with an important quote by the legendary American industrialist and automaker, Henry Ford, who said, “You can’t build a reputation on what you’re gonna do.” Most of us at one time or another have tried to do exactly that. Transferring your intentions onto paper in the form of your action plan is the best place to begin. You may have heard the phrase, “nothing is dynamic until it is specific.”
NOW is the best time to be honest with yourself and put your goals and action plan down in writing. New year, new you . . . right? You CAN make it happen.
Commit your goals to paper and try to make them as clear and specific as possible. What do you plan to do to reach your daily goals, weekly goals, and monthly goals? What would you like to accomplish in 30 days, 3 months, 6 months and one year? Where do you see yourself 3 – 5 years from now? Lay it all out. Be sure to make your plans realistic according to your current skill level and commitment level. It says in Proverbs 21:5 that “the plans of the diligent lead surely to plenty.” Do you want plenty? Are you willing to put forth some diligence to attain your goals? Continue reading “Laying The Proper Foundation for 2011 — Week 11”
If you’re like most of us, you have certain goals or dreams that are important to you. No doubt you’ve written these down in various forms over the years. Have you ever taken the time to create a visual of some of the more important goals you hope to accomplish? A dream board is a great way to have your goals or dreams before you where you’ll see them every day.
I want to mention a few key elements that should be placed on your board. The first element is a compass of some sort. Either a picture of a compass, or an actual one will do. The reason for the compass is to remind you to stay on course. It’s not about keeping track of time . . . or clock watching, if you will. If you’ve written out your Definite Major Purpose, Personal Pivotal Needs, and OATS (see previous posts), then the compass on your dream board is to remind you that you’re headed toward your clearly defined goals. It’s a directional thing, rather than a case of “what time is it” various times throughout the day. Continue reading “Your Dream Board — Week 8”