Tip #1: See your personal development as a major investment in your business and invest heavily in this area in the beginning to get the right knowledge initially. One of the best investments you will ever make will be in ‘sales training’ because once you’ve mastered this you will always have money in the bank. Every person who is successful in business whatever business that is – can sell and has learnt to do that well.
Personal development is critical for success and to see it as an expense is a false economy that will cost you dearly. I personally still invest 10% of all my income to learning as much as I can.
Tip #2: Invest in a coach or mentor who is already at the level of business of where you want to be. A lot of people make the mistake of following what everyone else is doing and mixing with people on the same level as them (this is natural) but you know, you have to step up and out of that to raise your energy to the next level.
Tip #3: Keep a success diary and write down every day 5 things you’ve been successful in doing. Reward yourself for having done them. Even if things haven’t gone to plan and you think you’ve messed up – look for ‘the lesson’ you’ve learned and what the success was for you having attempted that because there will be a gift in the lesson there for you. This way of thinking really tunes your brain to focus on success …