So I’ve been a little busy working these days and things are crankin’ in our business…
Problem is I’ve let myself get completely out of shape lately. Keeping everything in balance is always kind of a juggling act, but I’ve reached my breaking point and decided enough is enough. I have decided to commit to a 90 day plan of action to get my butt back in shape.
Yesterday, I got my Newfoundland, Dakota, and hit the trail to the foothills across the street. Things were going pretty well…until the trail started going UP. Uh…yeah, that lasted about two minutes.
I ran for a total of about 7 minutes before I had to stop, which is pretty pathetic considering I ran a marathon a few years ago. But it is what it is. That’s where I am now.
Now it’s time to focus on constant improvement. I don’t have to go out and run 6 miles tomorrow, I just need to get a little better each week, and before I know it I’ll be back in business. This concept of constant improvement has served me well over the years in many areas of my life, including my business.
I think it is something that people who are new to internet network marketing can definitely benefit from implementing. It seems like a lot of people get started on the internet and see all of the people touting how they get 100 leads a day and sponsor people in their sleep, and they mistakenly think that they are supposed to be in “marathon shape” for their business right away, even though they are just getting started.
Peak Performance In Internet Network Marketing Is A Result Of Constant Improvement Over Time
So many people seem to set really high expectations of what they should be making in their business their first or second month online even though they haven’t done the things they need to do to be able to perform at that high of a level.
If you’ve fallen prey to this belief that you should be raking in the dough straight out of the gate, don’t get discouraged. Just realize that results like that happen by starting where you are right NOW and then committing to making small improvements each week. Over time your tiny improvements will snowball into an avalanche of success…it just takes a little time to get the ball rollin’.
Sometimes you have to get off to a slow start to eventually go fast. This “slow” approach to go fast can help you whether you are trying to get into shape, build the following for your blog, the size of you e-mail list or you downline.
If you’re ready to start making some improvements in your business, make sure you pick up a copy of my Attraction Marketing Crash Course and leave a comment below if you’ve had success “starting slow…to go fast”.
To your success,