Brian Buffini? Tony Robbins? Todd Duncan? Which system provides the best outcome for business?
I don't know about you, but deep down, my everyday struggle is not with finding a business plan. It's with consistency. Consistently using the structure I've chosen and sticking to it.
Jeff Packard, a friend here in Tucson, worked for a nationally known motivational speaker for nine years.
Here's what Jeff noticed: the same agents and lenders would show up year after year, pay a lot of money for the seminar, and fail to implement what they had paid to learn the previous year. But they kept coming back!
I can relate to that. My bookcase has one shelf for books I've bought, but never taken the time to read.
This past weekend, I grilled a couple of steaks for dinner, and while I was watching the charcoal, it occured to me that the reason my steaks turn out so well is that I've learned to be consistent in preparing the coals.
I always use that chimney. I don't just toss the charcoal into my Weber grill, splash lighter fluid all around, and strike a match.
I consistently use one method, and I've gotten pretty good at it. "Aha!"
Today, I'm going to apply that "Aha!" to my business. I'll let you know how it works out.
photo copyright Mike in Tucson