Have an ownership mindset. Success in any endeavor requires that you do more than give it the “old college try.” As Yoda said, “Do or do not…there is no try!” Think I’m kidding? “Try” sitting down.
Tend the garden of your mind. Cultivate a positive attitude and be on the lookout for negativity. Negative thoughts are like weeds; pull them out by their roots or they’ll overrun your garden.
There are only 2 kinds of relationships: nourishing and toxic. Take a look at your relationships – what are they doing for you? Ask yourself, “Who can I count on and who should I count out?”
You become the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with; if you’re the smartest one in your group, you’re in the wrong group.
Learn to educate your clients, not to convince. To paraphrase Samuel Butler, a person convinced against his will is of the same opinion still.
Remember: You can’t want more for someone than they want for themselves. Another way of saying this is that you can’t care more about the success of someone’s business than they do. Keep this in mind as you work with your downline. Keep this in mind as your upline works with you.
Your company’s top producer didn’t land at the top of the leader board; he or she climbed there. Didn’t close that sale? Remember: It’s not a setback, it’s a setup for a comeback! Attitude is everything.
Burn all the bridges for escape. Make a minimum of a 5-year commitment to your dream. Commit to learning all you need to know, to building a strong foundation and great relationships. You don’t teach what you don’t know and you don’t get where you don’t go.
What is commitment? The next time you eat a plate of bacon and eggs, take a good look at your plate: The chicken was involved; the pig was committed.
Incorporate these tips into your modus operandi and before long, folks will be coming to you asking you to share YOUR secrets for success!