Do It, and You Will Feel Like Doing It
This question came in from a Success 2.0 Webcast
“I’m in the Insurance field and not doing as well as I expected and I could blame it on a lot of different things but they would all in some way point back at me. I’m great with people, I always put my clients first, but there are days that I simply don’t want to get out of bed and take on that daily struggle to make that happen. My question is, have you ever been in that situation and, if so, how do you over come it?” Thank You, Tommy
Tommy, I guess this makes you normal! Dad has a couple of quotes that really hit home with this one. “Logic will not change an emotion, but action will,” and, “Do it, and you will feel like doing it.” Not very complicated I know, but still it is true.
Here is a quick tip for you – plan the next day before you go to bed at night. Make sure you have your morning detailed out and your priority list in order. As you write this out, envision exactly how you want the day to go. Then, when your opportunity clock goes off in the morning, start working your plan right away. Don’t hesitate or procrastinate, just start doing. The act of doing will then create the motivation to keep doing.
When Dad put this tip in action his career took off! He made an appointment (with himself) to be knocking on a prospects “door” everyday at 9:00 a.m. sharp. You will find that when you commit to action, and then follow through, your results will go through the roof!