I want to challenge you on how you view time (and time management).
There is a big difference between being productive and being ‘busy’.
Productivity is quantifiable.
Busy is just a feeling, and a feeling of lack.
Think about all the people that have vast sums of money but never feel like they have enough, or always worried that it will be taken away.
Time is the same way.
We live in an age of more convenience & tools for efficiency than ever, but are people are any less busy?
If you live in what I call a ‘chronic state of busy-ness’, you are worried about things that haven’t happened yet, therefore thinking about the future and not the now.
Time seems to go by so fast.
Kids grow up in a blink of an eye.
You knock off massive checklists, but it does not feel like you are going anywhere.
When someone asks, ‘how are you?’, you respond ‘busy’.
Most of my days contain the following:
When I started in sales back in 2013, I discovered a mindset that helped me to always have more than enough income and it has become a guiding principle for me ever since.
Sales often has a reputation for being:
Often in sales, reps put themselves first and do whatever it takes to make the deal happen and it often isn’t in the best interest of the client.
They call this ‘Commission breath’, and it stinks.
I started telling this to my clients:
“If I truly put you first, I’ll never have to worry about my paycheck”.
But I didn’t just say it, I did it.
I stopped worrying about my paycheck and just focused on truly putting my clients first.
And the money just rolled in.
Years later, I could tell my clients that this has always worked for me, if I put them first and I wouldn’t need to worry about my income.
Saying this to your clients is a major way to build trust (so long as its sincere).
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Living and breathing Gratitude, seeing Money as a great mindset teacher, knowing the difference between Perspective and comparison and How Living a #fullsend life can help us cure the feeling of "I'm not enough".
There is a shortlist of people who pushed me to start this podcast and live a full send life.
Simon is at the top of that list.
**The book I mentioned is A Mind of its Own by Cordelia Fine *
**We did use a few swear words through parts of this but I left them in for emphasis.
Simon - is a Thrive Coach and Senior Sales Rep with the Fortune 500 Company CHG HealthCare
Simon is a former competitive cyclist, DJ and martial artist turned Growth Mindset coach. In his younger years, he imagined himself living a very average life until he got a job at the Salt Lake Country club where he worked among some of the most affluent people in the state of Utah. It was there that he gained a passion for mindset and personal development as learned from several mentors, that thinking like a millionaire was something that anyone can do.
Still, there would be ups and downs ahead for Simon as he built 2 businesses that thrived and then failed. Defeated by entrepreneurship, Simon did what he always feared and joined the corporate world as a sales rep for a Fortune 500 company. This turned out to be a blessing and again he thrived in sales, achieving the coveted President's Club award in 7 out of 7 years. His...
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