I often relate this process to riding a roller coaster for the first time. You are waiting in line, anxious, nervous and curious all at the same time. It is finally your turn, and you hop in the seat, buckle up and at this point you are fully committed. You have no option but to go for it.
There is that moment when you are still climbing of both trust and release. At the top of the hill, there is a 2 second pause of complete silence where you almost lose your breath completely. At this point, you must trust you will be brought back home safely. You scream and laugh through the rest of the ride and the coaster starts to slow down and eventually stop. You unbuckle yourself, and walk off the ride with a sense of satisfaction and exhilaration.
That wasn't as scary as you thought it would be.
Reaching a turning point in your business is a process. It is never just one thing, but a series of cyclical events when you realize everything shifts and changes. I discovered the following 5 steps that made a difference as I pushed forward in my business.
1. Stop Blaming Something or Someone Else
I became incredibly self-aware of my surroundings and decided not to place blame on other people, lack of experience, the system or the platform I was using. If this sounds familiar, commit to take charge of your life and destiny. Nobody else can control your actions or results except you.
2. Look At Previous Breakthroughs
As I looked back at previous turning points in my business, I realized they were always the result of attending live events. After every single one, there was a big spurt of energy and production in my business. Commit to attending as many live events as your budget will allow.
3. Set A Deadline
I set a specific deadline for myself. If I was not making money in my business by December 22nd, then it's not the business platform or system, but me. I will look in the mirror and decide not to move forward because you must make money to have a business. I needed a cold, hard deadline to prove this was not going to be a hobby, but a business.
4. Eliminate Backup Excuses
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