Archive for Success Minded
When it comes to succeeding in business, there are a few important things to remember.
1. Always strive to build rapport with your audience. This is vital. They must know that you understand them and care.
2. Always seek to build new and innovative products. Whether you are into creating actual, tangible products, digital products or specialize in information product creation, you always want to be releasing new and exciting products and services.
3. Always seek to put customer satisfaction and experience above all else. There is no need in having great products and services if people hate to buy from you. This is just common sense.
At the end of the day, you are in business to serve your market, not just make a quick buck. Think about your market first and your bank account will reflect back that wise decision.
Most people don’t believe they deserve to be successful. They don’t believe they know how to be successful. They can’t see themselves making five, or ten, or a hundred and ten times what they’re making now. They can’t see themselves owning a business that’s successful. They can’t see themselves having no competition. They can’t see themselves basically running rings around every-body. They can’t see themselves having the time of their life. They can’t see themselves being loved by their customers and employees, and loving them. They can’t see any of that.
So if they can’t see that, then obviously they’re right. Whatever you believe, you’re right. You believe you’re not going to do it, you’re right. You believe you can, you’re right. I believe, and I’ve observed that successful people only choose those goals that are worthy of them.They see themselves as almost having a higher causal purpose. They’re in this world, they’re on this earth, they own this business to touch a lot of people. They see their purposeas to create jobs for a lot of people, to give people pride, to be responsible to help create dependable,secure futures for the families of all the people they work for. They see their job as to help vendors grow and prosper. They see their job as to touch so many dozens, or hundreds, or thousands, or tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands of customers and clients, and improve their lives and impact their families or their businesses. And they’d say, “I’m worthy… the situation is worthy of me.”
The only reason I’m doing this is I see it is worthy of my goal. My goal is to be able to im-pact lots of people. The person reading this right now, I’m going to impact you. But not just you. I’m going to get you to see your full purpose. You’re going to go out and start impacting 1,000 or 2,000 more business people or customers. You’re going to impact their lives. You’re going to save them from pain and pressure and problems. You’re going enrich their lives and give them so much more outcome. You’re going to be able to take care of so many more people who you can employ. And families will be secure, and children will go to college and their whole fates and destinies will be improved because you set up an environment that stimulates them, and rewards them, and employs them.You’ve got to realize that you have a higher purpose. Your destiny and your purpose is somuch more than just eking out a living, just basically being an “also ran” in business. Realize thatyou have a higher purpose, and you should do nothing that isn’t worthy of that purpose.