Last time we talked about mindset being the true difference-maker when it comes to being successful in business – or not. And we identified the correct, entrepreneurial mindset as being a combination of determination & ingenuity. But what are the practical, day-to-day ways to apply this mindset?
It boils down to 2 factors that drive our daily activities: “focus” & “consistency”. “Focus” is simply doing the things that will drive your business forward. “Consistency” is committing those actions to a routine – doing them repetitively. In the case of internet marketing, Matt Lloyd says you need to present an offer to 3 people/day to be successful.
Admittedly, this is much easier said than done – especially when starting out. Samith Pich covered this in his course, MOBE Fast Track for Newbies. He introduced the concept of the weekly schedule that balances time spent on the business – allowing for commitments for family time & either employed work time or volunteer commitments. I’ve created a weekly calendar for myself that I explain in this video ===> click here.
I can’t say that I follow this weekly calendar strictly, but I’m kidding myself if I think I can succeed in business without adhering to these concepts most of the time. “Life” [those little daily roadblocks that occur] will always tend to get in the way. But adjusting the business time allocation by moving the blocks around is what’s necessary for “focus” & “commitment”.
All the best to you. I believe in you.