Change Your Habits and How You Think To Grow Your Business – Create a Winning Sales Culture
Most business leaders today aren’t happy with the amount of revenue their business is generating. They’re working longer hours, applying greater effort while spending more for marketing and receiving lower revenue. So what’s going on?
What you need to know…
If you’re not happy with your business’s current results, it’s important to remember that those results are in direct proportion to the actions you’ve been taking! If you want different results, then you MUST take different actions and execute with discipline.
So if that’s all that’s required, why don’t business leaders just do that? The answer may shock you. They can’t stop repeating their past patterns of behavior. Their past patterns have become ingrained into their subconscious mind and have established themselves as habits.
Have you ever listened to art experts accurately identify a recently discovered painting as belonging to a specific artist such as Rembrandt? How can they tell who painted that picture? Patterns… that’s how. Even though the painting may look completely different than all the others that artist painted, his or her patterns, sometimes referred to as their “style,” continuously comes through with each and every painting.
Why you need to know this…
The exact same thing happens to business leaders as well. All of us have been mentally conditioned to perform certain daily activities, and to do these in a certain way. These activities and processes have become habits through constant and daily repetition. The problem is that the majority of these habits… more than 80% of them… are ineffective and non-productive.
Imagine what would happen to your revenue if you could reduce that 80% down to 60%. Do you realize that you would accelerate your growth? Do you know how easy it is to reduce that 80% down to 60%… or even down to 40%… Exciting, isn’t it?
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