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One Step/Day At a Time

Hi readers, this is Max, your Relationship Expert and Founder of This new post is all about pointing out the power behind the slide edge. We all know this famous quotes from Gandhi that says: “The journey of a thousand miles start up with the first step.” Well, guys, there is no need to tell you how true is the statement.

Back in th days I was selling books with the Southwestern Company, my managers were teaching how to think big for my goal and then how to break it down. So here is how it went. I would think about how much money I’d love to make in 10 weeks of sales, then I would brake it down to how much sales demonstrations I will have to make per week, per day, and even per days as of goals period. Looking that way, 5 000 units goal I had for 10 weeks was valued to nothing but about 35 to 40 demos per day and 50 units daily, and about 15 units per goal period, which is about selling just 3 books.

Here is the idea experts share by this slide edge theory: once you have the big picture to accomplish, then all you have to do is to be disciplined in doing what has to be done one day at the time.

Rory Vaden says: TAKE THE STAIRS

I know, the word discipline is what failed us most of the time. So just go ahead ask the help of an expert like Rory Vaden. Rory is the Co-Founder of Southwestern Consulting and Founder of Take The Stairs Tour. He is a great source of inspiration by his accomplishments, you can get to know him better at: or visit his blog at:

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2 thoughts on “One Step/Day At a Time

  1. Hey man! Good to hear from you. What’s your email address? I have a question for you.

    Posted by takethestairs | April 29, 2010, 10:06 pm

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