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NAActivity Call: April 8, 2016
April 8, 2016: Andy Albright hosted this week's NAActivity Call to cover two main topics: where to find the time and when to engage and not to engage.
There are ways to make time for everything. When you see a person that seems to get more done, too many people think there is some mystical magic to it. Now, there is a trick to getting things done. People that leverage time are successful. They find ways to get more done than most are willing to, and they keep thinking of ways to make more things happen.
If you could figure out one positive activity that you could do in your life what would it be? If you could change something, what would it be? Just pick out one thing to focus on.
What one thing would you change in your business? If you could get really good at one thing, what would it be?
Can you figure out your one thing personally and professionally to improve drastically? Write it down now.
Are you going to work on a Saturday morning or are you going to sleep in late? What does your calendar tell you? What are you going to do tonight? How about later today? Instead of putting "things" off why not get to work and start accomplishing tasks.
When you stop putting things off then you start developing a winning mentality that will take you to the next level.
Do your actions "actively" show that you are working to get better? Are you intentionally moving with a clear purpose and mission? This is a choice.
Successful people are where they are now because of choices they made a long time ago. They made decisions and choices and they took great action to reach their potential.
Andy's friend John C. Maxwell loves to talk about "intentional living." What are you doing now that you weren't before? Take a moment to really think about that and decide what you are going to change. It might not happen today, but it can start today and it can start right now. You can't have movement until you move!
Until you can commit then you will stay where you are. You have to decide if you want to win and you have to decide how big you want your victories to be. People spend too much time focusing on urgent things when they should be doing important things. Why? People are addicted to the power that comes from tasks that lead to instant success and gratification.
Recreational activities will not help you financially. They will actually hurt you. It's OK to play cards, golf, etc. but just know that it won't change your life. People do this stuff for fun.
You have to focus on the important tasks in your life and let the other stuff go or at least put it off until later. Learn to make it a habit to spend more time on the important stuff.
Every Friday at 10:00 AM ET, National Agents Alliance holds our NAActivity call.
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