I'll let you in on a secret…
It's taken me a while to figure it out, but I'll share it with you here. Now. And for free.
“To get things done you have to do things.”
A guru might have charged you thousands of dollars for that piece of insight. But that's not how I am.
You get it for free…which might be a big mistake, because you might think that it means that the tip is worthless.
It's one of the most valuable tips you can get. Think about it for a second.
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Do you do things?
Yesterday, I wrote about something that had come as a revelation to me. I thought I was treating my business like a business. I wasn't.
I didn't do things.
Oh, yes, sure, I did lots of things, but except for a few exceptions, I didn't do things consequently and with persistence.
One of the things that made me realize this HUGE and money-sucking mistake was a sneak peek inside…
Wait! Don't go there yet. Read this first.
The concept is brilliant. The product is set up as a dashboard. Six icons per week. One icon per day.
You can work faster, of course, but the important thing is getting in the habit of doing one small thing daily.
Allow one drop of water to hit the stone and one day you'll have a hole in the stone.
You should attack your business the same way. By doing things, daily.
Okay, in a moment I'll let you visit this site, but first I'll tell you that it's not for everyone.
But oh boy, if it's for you… Then you're in luck.
Marlon Sanders' latest product is called “Big Ticket Dashboard” and (you guessed it) it shows you – based on successful marketers' experience – how to create and sell big ticket products. Mainly coaching.
But aie… “I know nothing.” Right? This is what Marlon has to say about that:
“A lot of people underestimate their value and ability. Sometimes the most valuable things you have to offer are those that come second nature to you. And because it comes easy to you, you assume it doesn't have value to others.”
Right now I've gone through week one and two and I've learned a ton of things. It's a course you would typically have to pay hundreds of dollars for, which it would be worth, but here are a quote more to think about:
“It's not what you spend, it's what you get BACK!!”
How much do you think you could get back…even if you only had one big ticket sale?
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