The purpose of this article is to empower you and to strengthen your confidence in yourself. When you ask, “Do I have what it takes to succeed?” you will end up with a resounding yes!
You need to establish a working relationship with this client. They need to know that this is a business relationship (not a friendship) and how you work.
Haven’t we all been told that those who succeed are aggressive and pushy? Isn’t this why so many people are scared of marketing themselves? They would rather do anything but market themselves.
A client told me the other day that she hates "asking for the business." In fact on a deeper look, she confided in me that she doesn’t feel like she deserves to ask for the business.
If you believe that success means you have to work long hard hours, struggle and sacrifice, then you will create that reality. You'll always feel that you never have enough time, and you may feel overwhelmed.
If you are currently suffering from procrastination, let’s explore why and what you can do about it. You don’t love what you do and you’re not excited about it. Then you’re in a vicious circle.
Have you ever felt very up about your business one month and very down about it the next? If this happens to you frequently, then you are probably experiencing an inner struggle between your fear and your faith.
I had one client tell me this on our initial meeting, “I'd rather have a root canal than prospect.” If you suffer from this paralyzing fear, what should you do?
If you really want to cut down on your workload and work just five hours a day, you’ll need help reprogramming your old beliefs that stop you from working smarter, rather than just working harder.
If you answered yes to even one of these questions, you most likely suffer from cold call reluctance. This is projecting a negative outcome on an event that has not yet occurred. The reason we do this is usually outside of our awareness.