I hear people who are so used to NOT doing things they make excuses as to why they have failed to do what they set out to do. I’m not just talking about people in general; I also talk about myself as well! It’s all too easy to set out to do things and yet when there is a small obstacle, there is an excuse to not do it rather than work through the obstacle and get the job done.
There are things that I regret and things I know I shouldn’t have done. Yes, it’s important to learn from the mistakes in business, but now I have made a decision, I know where I went wrong and I understand why it’s vital I don’t look back. I have made my choice of marketing method and now I am focused and determined to make it work!
My thanks to Mark Harbert for these tips. I found them inspiring and something that resonated with me a lot. Question is have you made a decision? I know that it took me a while to make a decision to draw a line in the sand EVERY day and there would be NOTHING that would get in my way. The three tips based on decisions were something that actually happened to me. I like to “tell it as it is” and rather than base things all on psychology, I base things on my experience and offer tips according to those experiences.
Being from the UK, I was one time sceptical about anything American that was based around Internet Marketing. We Brits tend to have a different attitude to a lot of things and I sort of “went with the crowd”. When I was first introduced to MLSP I saw the program as something that was too overwhelming and complicated for me to understand. What I didn’t do was look at My Lead System Pro as a tool to help me to generate a brand and a presence online.
No matter how much action you’re taking in your business, or your good intention in taking that action, it won’t bring the results you want without a positive thought process. You need good intention that has a defined and positive end in mind and any doubt or lack of belief in any way will diminish the chances of getting the results you’re looking for.
How would you define failure? If you look at this taking everything into consideration, then failure is a big part of success. Building a great business requires all of us to take failure in our stride and learn from mistakes in order to create success for ourselves. There are so any people who will quit because of a failure, but this is mainly due to our educational programming since failure is treated as a big negative and something to be avoided. When taken in the right context, failure is all part of the success concept and is exactly opposite to the negativity set into our psyche by default.
I think we have all been there in one way or another. Content creation can seem quite daunting until you get yourself into the right place in your mind to let go and let it flow. Ok clever clogs, how the heck do I do that? The best content creation comes from inside, but also is all around you waiting to go in.
I have a story to tell. There was a time when the importance of personal development for me was zero. I believed that it was all a load of rubbish and that all we had to do was to carry on as we had been taught and trained and life would pan out anyway. How wrong I was! Since I have worked on myself, the importance of personal development has become more evident every day.
Discrimination is such a negative thing in normal circumstances and is evident in so many walks of life, even marketing! How can we get this out of the system and make changes? This is such a difficult thing to do, but rather than get angry and rant about this, I would rather look at it in a positive way.
What the heck am I on about? I’ll tell you – You know when something is going around that is perceived as bad news, especially in the case of a business opportunity or program that appears to be “too good to be true”, and this has gone around as some sort of “scam”. Is what you’re looking at a fact or is it a viewpoint based on someone else’s opinion? “Bad press” is something that can destroy a reputation as well as good press enhancing it.