Compress activity and collapse time frames…

Getting there isn’t easy and it isn’t fast. But you can compress it all down into shorter time frames if you want to. Imagine for a moment that you want to mow your lawn. Believe it or not there are two ways you can do it. Let’s say it takes an hour to get the job done. You could do it all at once or you could mow 10 minutes a day worth. Both ways get the job done, but as you might imagine, with very different results.

Lets say you want to sponsor 12 people over the next year. You could do that by sponsoring 1 person per month or, sponsor 12 people in the first month and work to help each of them build their businesses for the the rest of the year. One of these ways will create excitement and momentum and a potential business explosion. The other will get 12 people sponsored, but not much else.

Take what you had planned to do over the next 12 months and make it happen this month. Take what you were going to do this month and do it this week. Take what you were going to do this week and get it done in the next 24 hours. By doing this you are compressing one year’s worth of activity into one month. Over the next 12 months after that you can collapse 12 years worth of accomplishments all the way down into one year.

It’s amazing what you can get done if you put your mind and your activity into it. Over the next 24 hours why not plan out your October to achieve your next rank advancement. It’s a perfect time to do this because October is traditionally one of the two best months in network marketing. After you have your rank advancement for the month planned out, after you have plotted exactly how many appointments and phone calls you must make to hit the next level in October…go get it done in the first ten days of the month!

YOU are about to become a network marketing machine! You’re going to be amazed at the results.

Go Get Em,
Greg Arnold


Compress activity and collapse time frames… — 1 Comment

  1. Greg such a true point about time and business building. So often success is less about what someone is capable of and more about what they are willing to do.

    Work always expands to fill the time allotted. This reminds me of in school when the teacher assigned a paper that was going to be due in 1 month. The assignment would sit and no work was done until the last couple of days before it had to be handed in. Goals are just like the paper. If you give your self too much time it gets put off until the last minute and you see that you can get it all done in 3 days if only you had given your self the deadline earlier.

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