Commit The Time Towards Achievement
Most people commit the time to become a success, but most of what they do is counter productive. So, what do I mean by that?
I personally believe that the majority of network marketers start out with the right intentions, become overwhelmed and disorganized. They put sufficient time into their new venture, but ignore the quality and go for quantity.
So the time that you need to spend on your project or business needs to be well thought out, specific, relevant, effective and simple.
When you actually set the egg timer to write some quality content for your blog, are you ever distracted by the Facebook, Twitter or email?
Have you ever been interrupted by the telephones or people? Shut these off and bullet proof and protect your valuable time.
Do you engage in certain activities that are an absolute waste of your time? Never confuse activity with accomplishment.
I met with a group of internet marketers last night in London and this was top of the agenda. People just take on too much, they over complicate things and thereby become effectively unproductive. Learn to use leverage to your best advantage and don’t re-invent the wheel when there is no need to.
Stay on topic and ensure that everything you are involved in or creating has absolute relevancy to your outcome. Ignore everything else, because it will be totally counterproductive in the long term and by implementing relevancy will free up more of your time to have fun.
This is where you learn to work within a timescale and organise your diary competently. Be a miser with your time and work diligently.
Do not allow chaos to reign at all and make sure you pay attention to your outcome, plans and goals. Stay on target completig the most important task that you have that day and do leave it until it is completed.
So in summary and to answer the question, ‘Do you commit the time to become a success?
I would say that normally speaking most people have enough time and commit enough time, but they do not produce the desired results because, for the most part, they are unprofessional and disorganized.
Now you may like what I am writing here or you may hate it, but as Winston Churchill said,
“The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.”
To Your Success