Sales is an expansion activity. Every disappointment in your life is the result of you not making a sale. You need to get sold on your purpose. Selling yourself is the hardest sale that you will make. If you’re not sold, then you won’t be able to sell. Get sold and put your full attention on new income.
You can’t rely on one of anything. Big dreams start with money because it’s measurable. Your parents told you to be reasonable, to play it safe. Rich people do not say “money is not everything.”
Don’t be a victim. Don’t appoint blame to anyone other than yourself. Quit making excuses. Get your heart in the deal all the time. Have enough so that nothing can stop you. Embrace this thing called sales. Every business built on making sales. No sales equal no business.
You don’t need therapy, you need to take action. You don’t need to write a business plan or organize your address book. Without money coming in you’re dead in the water. The healing is in the doing, not the thinking. Make the time. Spend all the money on expansion. Use debt to blow up your business.
This isn’t about the law of attraction; it’s about the law of action. Don’t do a job, do your life!
Your job is to do things that make you uncomfortable. People who are comfortable are short-changing their true potential. Would you agree that someone that has a goal to create a massive life will help and influence more people? The people who settle for average are not living up to their potential. They struggle to get by, barely making a mark on the planet.
Like Steve Jobs suggested, your goal is to make a dent in the Universe.
The more money you have, the more people you can help. Start building your income — put all your attention on it. Don’t settle for less anymore. You have to start breaking every agreement. Cut out the labels and quit being a specific thing or a title: father, sister, banker, salesman, marketer, entrepreneur — these are a bit limiting, don’t you think?
What you want in life will be hard to get, but it’s going to be a lot harder if you don’t go for it. Everything is hard.