Everyone wants to be successful…

Everyone wants to be successful …until it’s time to do what successful people do.

PERSONAL & FINANCIAL SUCCESS RECIPE

RECIPE

What is a recipe?

Ever followed a recipe?

If 2, 6, 10, or 100 people follow the same recipe, will they get the same results?

(Hint: IF they follow it precisely)

RECIPE FOR SUCCESS

1. Decide what you want (dreams/desires/goals)

2. Determine needed resources (knowledge/people/equipment/etc.)

3. Determine the steps to take (plans/to do lists)    (http://byob.wtgmsac.com/)

(“By the mile, its a trial; by the yard, its hard; by the inch, a cinch!”)

4. Set up a time-table (calendar/schedule)

5. What do I need to do Today? … First? Second? … morning? afternoon? evening?

6. Visualize the day in your mind, doing each task, one-after-the-other.

7. Take ACTION! (Start … “act out” what you visualized)

(There’s not enough time to do everything; but plenty to do the most important things! — You must decide)

HOW YOUR MIND WORKS

Your mind is an automatic goal-striving “mechanism”(Psycho Cybernetics, by Maxwell Maltz)

When consistently/routinely focusing on a goal, the mind will automatically “work out” the “path” to it

Long Range Goals provide DIRECTION

Short Range Goals provide MOTIVATION   (go to https://wtgmsac.com/my-sfi-7-day-repeat-success-plan/day-zero/)

Goal Completion instills SELF-CONFIDENCE (Success breeds Success)

Focusing on goals/plans must be a daily routine … especially at the start of each day
At the end of the day, review progress and feel the “exhilaration” of small successes!

CREATE A MASTER LIST OF DESIRES/GOALS

This will include what you want to become, do, have, where you want to go, people you want to know/get close to, habits you desire. Share a few ofthese with somebody (if you so choose)! This list can/ should be organized into categories (family, physical, educational, spiritual, financial, social,career, etc.)

Write your Life Story 

1. Write your Life Story (pretend you are at the end of your life and you have accomplished all your desires. Write down a “history” of what you did and how/when you did it (and, perhaps, who you did it with)!

2. Select a specific goal (or set of goals) that you can/will complete in one week. This can be a step goal or series of step goals toward a major goal.

3. Take action during the coming week to complete this goal/these goals!

4. Be prepared to share portions of your life story and the goal(s) you accomplished (if you so choose)! Have FUN in fulfilling these assignments. No one is going to “make” you do them. Your success in life rests solely on YOUR shoulders! (“If it is to be, it is up to me!”)

Why Share Your Life Story?!

Probability of Implementation:

1. Hear an idea that you like (10%)

2. Consciously decide to adopt the idea (25%)

3. Decide when you will do it (40%)

4. Plan how you will do it (50%)

5. Commit to someone else that you will do it (65%)

6. Have a specific future appointment with the person you committed to, at which time you will report to him/her whether you have done it. (95%)   (“This above all: to thine own self be true …”, Shakespeare [Hamlet]) (administrator@wtgmsac.com)


 

Share Your Life Story

1. Life Story (all or portions, depending on length)

2. Goal(s) Accomplished (how you did them, and any feelings you’d like to share about achieving them) This reporting is voluntary … someone wants to hear about your successes (& celebrate together)!

ACHIEVING ANY GOAL REQUIRES FOCUS …HOW DO YOU FOCUS? … TRY “MENTAL IMPRINTING

Everyone wants to be successful

1. Visualization (get/display pictures of your goals)

2. Affirmations (for each picture/goal) (ex: “I am a great violinist. I play for large audiences.”)

3. Feel the Emotion (imagine/feel the emotion you would at the time each goal is being fulfilled!) from the list of BYOB Free eBooks Online, go to http://byob.wtgmsac.com/free-books-online/#.Wj-B1VSnE2w 

ONE GOAL – Start Building Your Business ( … UNDECIDED?)

Review the article, “Affiliate Marketing Ideas” (http://buildabizonline.com/ht45)

Sometimes in life all you need to be more successful is a little extra helping hand, another piece of the puzzle, a quick word or advice, or a great tip.

Check out the list of BYOB Free eBooks Online (click this link http://byob.wtgmsac.com/free-books-online/#.Wj-B1VSnE2w  for a few ways that will help you determine your interests & related business possibilities)

 

A FINAL WORD

The greatest “tool” to assist you in your journey of success* is a gift given to you free – your mind! USE it, and it will serve you well! Also realize – love is the greatest power in the universe. Do something nice for others … and they will bend over backwards to “return the favor!” (i.e. the “Golden Rule”)

Everyone wants to be successful

* Indeed, success is a journey, not just a destination. It is a “mode of travel” … a daily habit!

1. “Life’s Filled with Possibilities,” “Risks,” “Comfort Zones”

2. “Focus” (the underlying purpose of this post … to assist your focus)

3. List of Possible Business Ideas, Interests, Hobbies

4. A little extra helping hand, another piece of the puzzle, a quick word or advice, or a great tip

5. “Affiliate Marketing Ideas”

6. “PERSONAL & FINANCIAL SUCCESS”

Looking for a New Job? Stop!

Be Your Own Boss (BYOB)

Build Your Business Not Somebody Else’s…

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The power of storytelling – Tell your story

You’re good at what you do, but you don’t know what you are doing?

Many people go to work every day, but really don’t know what they are doing for a living. Paradoxically, you can go to work, be good at what you do and still not know what you are doing. All things considered, if you cannot explain to someone what you are doing in a simple story, chances are you are just performing a set of tasks, but do not really know why you are where you are and what value you add to the company.

Entreprenuers know, “Dreams come with a lot of business” Tell your story

In my opinion, when your concentration is entrepreneurship, one of the first things you learn is to tell your story. It means being able to explain, in very simple terms, what you do, why you are doing it, and how you are making a difference. At any rate, entrepreneurs pratice entrepreneurialism the art of story telling. In the same way, that’s how potential customers can understand how their offering can serve their needs. Similarly, that’s how employers and employees can rally around a clear vision. All things considered, entrepreneurs learn how to do it very quickly because the life of their business depends on it.

Arguably, you do not know why you should Tell your story.

Tell your story

Well, telling your story is actually just as important when you’re not an entrepreneur. Whatever the size of the business you are working in and whether you are working in a team or lead a team yourself, being able to tell your story will hold the following benefits:

  • First, to determine what your story is, you will have to step back from your day to day task and determine what it is you are trying to achieve, how you add value to your company and more importantly how you want to add value.
  • This in turn will bring you to the second benefit which is to define a clear set of priorities that will allow you to add value where it’s important and make sure your day to day task are aligned with those priorities.
  • When working with internal and external customers, your story will be a driving force, guiding your decisions.
  • And added benefit, you will be seen as a leader as it takes leadership to be at the forefront of your agenda.

Watch the following video about storytelling taken from The power of storytelling | Andrea Gibbs | TEDxPerth on Entrepreneurship and try to transpose the advice she gives into your specific situation. In general, there’s a lot of things that cross over well from entrepreneurship to corporate settings, you just have to listen to the advice with your situation in mind.

 

The only thing left for you to do now is Tell your story. Take a few minutes away from your daily task and write down your story or the story of your dream in 2 sentences or less…

Solomon Greenlee

Solomon Greenlee –
Specialty in Marketing & Team Building

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