I meet lots of people in my development work. 99% of those people join my workshops because they are not making progress; they’re not where they want to be, doing what they want to be doing. 100% of them have a reason why. And they’re all excuses. You’re either getting results or you’re giving reasons. Which are you? Become someone who makes progress. Get into this June Challenge – have a look here – or go to Stretch Yourself Challenge Workshop. (aff link)
You know how it goes.
An email pops into your inbox. It contains an interesting offer that might be useful for you later. You click on “buy” and get taken to the download page after jumping a couple of hoops.The info looks good so you download the product, grab the bonuses … and save it all to your ‘To Review’ folder.
If you’re not getting the results you expect for yourself or your business, look to your habits and behaviours.
Excellence then is not an act but a habit.
When someone visits your website and leaves, it’s a good chance that they won’t come back. Why would they if there is no compelling reason to do so? You know we all act impulsively on the web – so much so that we can quickly forget what web pages we were on a few minutes ago!
Internet marketing has a reputation for building businesses of thousands or millions with next to no investment.
That’s great for people who are financially strapped – it means they have a chance to get out of debt or poverty.
In terms of getting tasks done and building new behaviours, the word du jour has become intent. I like intent. I intend a lot of things but it has never got me to where I wanted to be and I suspect that is because I think of the word as a noun rather than an adjective.
I received an interesting email just recently. Sure, it was a promotional email with an affiliate link to a product. But the content of the email was a bit different to the usual “my friend has this great offer you’re gonna love” type of spruiking emails that get thrown about.