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10 Ways to Mobilize Your Success.

1. Turn your good intentions into exceptional execution.

a. Write down your goals and look at them everyday.
b. Share your goals with a peer or mentor to keep you accountable to your plan.
c. Limit or eliminate distractions from your environment.
d. Maximize your strengths and manage your weaknesses.
e. Find a certified coach to facilitate gaining momentum and achieving balance in building your dream business.

2. Follow through on important strategies.

a. Success is half strategy and half execution. But without the execution, strategy is useless.
b. Identify and align your strategy so it supports the achievement of your specific goals.
c. A great strategy is one that is sustainable, compelling and simple. Complexity thwarts progress.
e. Seek an outside perspective from a proven business coach on what strategies you should be focusing on

3. Focus on long term success not short term one-of unsustainable drives.

a. Stay committed to a strategy for consistency and continuity, don’t jump from idea to idea.
b. Adopt a “what’s next” attitude with your actions.
c. Ensure any short term initiatives contribute directly to the long term goals.
d. Align your expectations and purpose of action to fit the strategy. e.g. Don’t decide on advertising then run two ads and stop because you didn’t get a new clients right away.

4. Take your business plan from the abstract and conceptual (in your head) to concrete and articulate (written down).

a. A vision is only as good as it’s clarity.”If you are clear about what you want, it will appear in your life, but only to the extent that you are clear.”
b. Dream as if you had no limits to what you can do. By the way, there are no limits to what you can do. Dream big.

5. Ensure your goals are S.M.A.R.T.

a. SMART goals are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, time-bound.
b. Write down your goals so they are clear, so you can share them and so you know when you’ve successfully achieved them.

6. Keep focused on your Vision and refuse to be distracted.

a. Set up your environments to limit distractions.
b. Get clear on what specific goals will help you carry out your vision and stay committed to your goals.
c. A qualified coach will know the nine environments you’ll need to identify and work on.

7. Focus on progress and momentum, not perfection.

a. Perfection is not achievable so why would you aim for that? Get it done well and get it out, that’s what builds momentum in your business.
b. When you see the synergy of all you have to do in your plan, your interest will shift from getting it perfect to getting it done.

8. Articulate your brand and ensure your actions confirm that you articulate.

a. If you do not take the time to clearly articulate your brand, your clients and prospects will have varied stories to tell about what you do for them. Branding is like teaching your clients what to say about you that properly positions you in your minds of your target audiences
b. Branding is typically quite simple and powerful. Keep it simple.
c. The smaller the niche, the more likely you’ll be remembered.

9. Ensure your investments in tools and resources are sustainable.

a. Like the saying goes; slow and steady wins the race. It’s good to be aggressive but not at the expense of overwhelming and staggering your progress.
b. With a thoughtful plan in place you are more likely to invest in tools that can and will be implemented, you tendencies will be maximized by having a plan and a focus.

10. Spend your time and energy at what you are good at and what you enjoy doing. Delegate or outsource the rest.

a. We are taught and conditioned to work on our weaknesses but a paradigm shift is required to ingrain us to work to our strengths, not waste time on our weaknesses.
b. Talk a certified coach about understanding your sweet spot – where your purpose, passion and profit are maximized.

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