Sales for many of you is the one thing you can’t seem to master and mold. You’re not in a place of controlling your flow of revenue to bend to your will. When you see a low cash flow month coming up, you don’t know what to do in order to increase sales in a meaningful way.
Rather than pushing play on a strategy, you’re reactive to your circumstance.
Rather than feeling like a scientist who knows which concoction leads to success, you feel like you’re playing Wheel Of Fortune and hoping that you win big money.
When you haven’t mastered your sales, every attempt may feel like a spin of the wheel. You get a good spin now and then, but you spin to lose the majority of the time. …
Have you ever looked back at a year of your life or your life overall and been pleasantly surprised at how much you’ve accomplished?
We most appreciate our growth when we can collectively see all of the accomplishments stacked up after years of trying. We don’t see our growth progression as clearly when we’re in the thick of it. In fact, it can feel like we’re not doing much at all when we measure our growth in hours and days.
It’s easy to downplay how much we’ve grown as entrepreneurs when the improvements take place over a long stretch of months. These subtle movements are often difficult to notice unless you get into the habit of recognizing when you’ve grown. …
The end of a year and the beginning of a new one triggers a mass reflection moment.
Not all reflection is productive though. If you spend a lot of time reflecting on the negatives, and very very long-term goals, your reflection will simply be a reflection (which is important too) without providing many breadcrumbs for immediate action.
When you focus your attention on an end-of-year reflection with a targeted goal of changing how 2021 will look like for you, your questions should become very specific with the intention of producing an action plan.
Here are 3 questions you should be asking in order to produce tangible movement on your business in 2021. …