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What is Your Next Move?

What is Your Next Move?

When you try your best but you don’t succeed,

When you get what you want but not what you need,

What is the next move?

Well experts would tell you success is falling 7 times and getting up 8 times. I use to sell books door-to-door with the southwestern company of Nashville, TN and we had what we call a character building day. The character building day is typically when you wake up at 6 am in the mourning, take a cols shower and get to your sales territory at 8 am to start your day. Your work all day long from 8 am through 9 pm and you finish your day with lot of prospects, lot of leads, but NO SALES. How would one get up the next mourning without the thought that it might just like the day before?  Well, here is the successful formula to embrace the next move I’ve learned from the sales expert Dustin Hillis:

              SW SW SW N!             i.e Some will, some won’t, so what? NEXT!

Bill Porter

The best way to illustrate that point is through Bill Porter life’s story. The world first heard about Bill Porter when The Portland Oregonian wrote an article about him called “Life of a Salesman.” Bill Porter was born with cerebral palsy. Once told by the State of Oregon he was “unemployable,” he overcame the odds against him and got a job as a door to door salesman for Watkins Products. After Porter eventually convinced Watkins Incorporated to give him a door-to-door salesman job, selling its products on a ten-mile route in the Portland area. He went on to become the company’s  top salesman—one door at a time, succeeding by staying focused on what he was passionate about–sales.

Now, in case you didn’t get the success key to do the next move, here is it as we can all learn from Bill Porter: STAY FOCUS AT WHAT YOU ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT. That is actually one of the thing go-getters know. They know success doesn’t come overnight and that to make it happen, they will need discipline, hard work, and constant focus on what they are passionate about.

John C. Maxwell in his book “The 21 irrefutable laws of leadership” says: a leader need a team. If you want to accomplish something big, you can’t just do it by yourself, you need to be surrounded by a team. There I no self-made millionaire. When I started my companyAct2be.com, it was first to motivate and inspire people through success stories until I find out there I a problem. What happens once the person is motivated? Well, here is what happens. You get demotivated as time goes unless you get yourself an accountable partner, a buddy, a best friend that will hold you accountable for your promises. Then I find out people don’t really care about their life because they have enough to handle with their own life. But there are some people whose job is to help you take your life to the next level. They are experts, experts in coaching. Some might thing what for? Well let me lead by remarkable examples: Michael Jackson had a vocal Coach. Bill Clinton, Andre Agassi and more hired Tony Robbins for life Coaching, Michael Jordan had a Coach. Now, would all of them could have been that successful without those experts? I know for sure they would have embrace the same career and probably do well BUT NOT THAT WELL. A Coach’s mission is to take you to the next level whatever is the area. Now, Act2be.com aims to help people get the Coach that best matches with their unique need whether organizations or individuals.

Confucius said: “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” So when you go ahead and take your first action, understand you will probably encounter challenges down the street but don’t give up, just get a coach, we are here to help. Get your best Coach match at Act2be.com (http://www.act2be.com)    

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