Every Master Was Once A Disaster – Part 3

I have learned a lot of lessons along the way and I always stayed in action.  Doing something is better then doing nothing.  Always correct and continue, correct and continue.  Learn how to get feedback not only from others but also from yourself.  Here’s a tip: after a project, conversation, or event, here are 3 questions to ask to learn and improve for next time.  What worked?  What didn’t work?  What can be done better?  These will keep you constantly improving.  It’s not about perfection – it’s about progress.  Keep on keepin’ on is a good motto.  Here are 4 magic-Jedi-wizard questions that can triple your business.

  1. Who are my ideal associates, consultants, customers, partners (or fill in the blank)?
  2. Where are they?
  3. What makes them tick (what do they think about, read, etc)
  4. The magic is in the 4th question – What do I have to do, change, or improve to attract more of them?

Put these on a piece of paper, answer them in a different color, and read it when you wake up and before you go to sleep – for 90 days.  The people you are looking for will magically show up in your life.   Just remember – when you see these “gurus” on stage –  they were not born that way.  I teach my team that this can be a very expensive hobby – but a very, very lucrative business.  All you need is the triangle of success:  RK + RY+ RV – the Right Knowledge + the Right YOU + the Right Vehicle.  And you can win, and win big.
To your success, Drew