THE BIG SUMMER LIE
For some unknown reason, people slow down in the summer. Big mistake that will cost you 90-120 days this year and every year.
2016 can be your life altering year is you don’t by the big lie about summer being slower.
You’ve got two choices…
- Build momentum in July, nail August and hit September growing vets and excited new people…insuring a great fall and locking down 2016
- Buy the lie that summer is slower and try to get some, [you won’t get more than 1/3rd] of your people back in the groove in September…which really means October and, boom, their done in November [people who pack it in during the summer do the same thing Holiday season]
This is so simple, easy and helpful to your team and yourself it’s astonishing, go for it
THE WINNING EDGE
Here are the 5 steps
- Tell your team the story about summer vacations outlined in the video
- There are 13 steps to success in Think and Grow Rich, all of you read through one per week, same step
- You all fill out the workbook for that step and share what you wrote on a 5:30-ish conference call or meeting at your home
- Break off from one another and make 20 dials each
- Reconvene and share your success; schedule 7 more hours of dialing before the next T&GR meeting
That’s it, that’s all there is to it.
Just think about your team learning the principles of success and dialing the phone consistently…winn-ah, winn-ah. chicken dinn-ah.
Extend this in your mind a tad. By September you’ll all have been through the book and made 104 or more hours of dialing.
You won’t be restarting your group, they’ll be pushing you. I know, I did it with my groups 2x a year [coming into summer and coming into the Holiday season] and we never missed a beat.
Neither will you.
But that’s not the bigger payoff. The bigger payoff is that your team will be grateful, positive and motivated…
Here is the link to the workbook right here
And here’s the Think and Grow Rich text that matches up
Both are free…but…there is a catch. No, not money.
You’ve got to do it now, right now…get them rolling before the end of the weekend
keep giving to keep growing