Recently, I had an eye opening experience that flipped my thinking about being busy.
About 5 minutes later, I had an “aha” moment when I connected the dots and realized how much money we waste in our business when we operate in a constant state of busyness.
In this episode, I’m sharing my ridiculous story because it demonstrates how easily we fall into this pattern.
The short version is that I want us to be more aware of how we go looking for solutions to solve our “noisy” problems.
We hire a virtual assistant, an expert, or buy a course, or join a program.
And then we only go half way, and we don’t get the results we hoped for.
We can’t abdicate responsibility for our results, yet we do this all the time.
I made a list of tips for working with Experts and Service Providers.
I think it works for Courses and Programs too.
When you follow this process, you have an improved chance of success:
- Communicate the outcome you’re looking for
- Get buy in from the expert
- Find a way to measure the results
- Ask them what they need from you to be successful
- Make it easy to work with you
- Demonstrate that you are invested, and they’ll be more invested
Not seeing the results you want yet?
Come spend 40 mins with me and I’ll show you how to get sales every day: https://thesocialsalesgirls.com/saleseveryday
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