There is a psychology behind sales and those who thrive at selling, converting, signing up team members and growing their business have learned it, even if they don’t realize they have.
I was taught by a brilliant copy writer to remember that - People are bored out of their minds and looking for entertainment and things to brighten up their day. Entertain them and they will pay attention and share your content.
You may think that’s great for everyone else but you are not a great writer.
Well, that’s another learned skill. You may not ever become Shakespeare, but you can jazz up your writing.
Power words are a great way to do this.
For starters, the word YOU is always at the top of the list. Your audience doesn’t care about you first and foremost, they care about themselves. So use the word YOU more than I or me.
We all have them, those days we feel like quitting our Business. We can’t seem to find anyone who will listen, meanwhile everyone else is having huge success.
We look in the mirror and ask - what is wrong with me? What do they know that I don’t know?
Stop. Take a deep breath and sigh it out.
Close your eyes and ask - Who am I? What do I know I am capable of? What within me needs to shift?
Never quit on a bad day. That’s the easy route.
Have you heard my story of mean Janeen? Check the show notes and listen to my March 15th episode, as well as April 15th.
When you think about quitting, what is the emotion you feel? Is it positive or negative? Wanting to quit is not a sign from the universe that maybe this is not for you. It’s a sign from your high power, your higher self telling you that your mind just needs some work.
We all have a personal definition of Success. What it means to us.
Quite often, at least in America, that comes down to money. Business, Our career. Our position or title.
Success doesn't need to be measured by money or power.
When you are starting your own journey, as an entrepreneur, it’s more important to use other measuring tools for your success.
Getting things done. Taking action. Being in the arena. Simply showing up for your business.
Income producing activities are what lead to monetary success.
Try setting a goal to meet new people, share what you do, make offers and follow up each day.
Check each day as accomplished in those areas and that is success, which will lead to the monetary success you also, likely desire.
In last week’s Monday Motivation Minute, I mentioned that success is never owned, only...
Success is never owned. It’s only rented. And the rent is due everyday. Anonymous Quote
This is why consistency matters. It allows you to pay the rent.
Strip the term massive action from your brain. Focus instead on manageable,
Small steps daily.
What do you Anchor actions need to be?
Are you doing them?
Are those anchor actions taking you toward your goal and destination.
Talent won’t outperform consistency. EVER.
Set your fears aside and work on the changes you need to make to show up consistently.
Turn the phrase impossible to I’m possible
You have a choice:
Prove yourself right or prove yourself wrong.
Which will you choose?
There is not substitute for hard work. There are no shortcuts.
There is smart work and smart cuts. Know them and do them.
Do you have a...
There are going to be times of chaos and overwhelm in your business. In pursuit of your goals and dreams.
This is true for everyone. EVERYONE.
We only see the filtered, photoshopped version of most people’s success, and I don’t mean because they only show it that way. That’s what our brain tends to dial in on.
We want to pretend it’s somehow easier for others.
You’re going to have some struggle and chaos.
Chaos does not give you permission to quit or ease up.
Remember Sully, the airline pilot of the Landing on the Hudson airline disaster miracle.
He couldn’t quit because the going got tough. That was when he had to draw in deep and internal on skills he was taught, mastered but had never used.
Deep inside, you have some skills and character traits that make you capable of handling chaos;...
I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone who hasn’t dealt with imposter syndrome at one time or another.
That feeling like you really aren’t as good as others; not up to par; that you are somehow a fraud.
I have felt it numerous times, even after I became a million dollar earner in network marketing.
Before speaking on stage; when submitting a proposal for a speaking spot; when asked to be interviewed on a podcast, and even launching my academy.
The funny thing is - there is nothing I teach in my academy that can’t be duplicated and that I have not used and monetized. NOTHING.
I have all of the boxes checked to have earned my success.
But, you know what I don’t have? A college degree, and I have allowed that to keep me playing small in my mind too many times. Long ago, I made a decision that my income would always be tied to my...
The day I got some "tough love" handed to me about using my children as an excuse for why I was not succeeding, or making them my why and then pulling out all of the stops.
I remember it like it was yesterday.
My strongest downline team member had called about attending a very exclusive training by my main mentor in Direct Sales. It was in New Orleans.
I was excited to go, and also, it was a hassle, with small kids.
But, I worked it out and went.
As fate would have it, I ended up at breakfast with this icon, alone, before the event.
She asked how my business was going and I went into "Poor me, it's not working because of everyone else" mode.
She looked at me, dead on, and asked the pivotal question -
"Are your children your Excuse or your Reason?"
Women, moms, and dads do amazing things in their lives and for themselves and kids every day, all around the world.
Success comes through daily action. And, the right daily actions. A question I am asked by my clients and those interested in working with me to reach the business, and money goals they desire is - what do I need to do each day?
Great question. Certainly the biggest one I had, when I started my journey. You may have this question.
I’m going to share my top 3 with you, and then you can decide if these resonate with you.
We all have a Super Power. Maybe more than one. When you figure out what yours is, then you can use that to your advantage. It’s a strength.
Do a personal inventory to explore what you are really good at.
For me, I am super strong in understanding and mastering my thoughts and mindset. I have tools I use daily and in turn, teach these to my clients so we can work them out of the areas they are stuck - I’m not good enough, who will listen to me; I’m afraid of the camera for social media….and so on.
I am also really good at messaging and story telling, so I use this to create my social media content, and teach the same to my clients.
We all have powerful stories inside of us and from our past. Stories that will resonate deeply and allow us to easily, effortlessly and elegantly attract our tribe to us.
What are those things you are...
This is a question I ask myself each morning and then I ask the universe to put those right people in my path.
Chaos brings opportunity - and what I mean by that is this - there are all different points in time when someone is looking for what I offer, and what you offer.
For me, someone believes deeply in network marketing, social selling and the power in the business system.
But, they are tired of struggling to figure things out. They are missing the key knowledge and business action plan they need for success.
They are told by their upline to just “talk to more people; copy and paste this; get a bigger why.”
I know from personal experience that these are not the problems and the solution won’t be found there.
I’m looking each day for those who are looking for me.
Who is looking for you? What is their challenge...