People can be categorized into 3 levels. Most people are and always will be at this level. This is because most people just get comfortable at level one and stay.
The number one priority, in my mind, to build your Rock Solid House, is the floor. The floor is time.
When I was a young man I didn’t really understand this, but every day as I get older and older I relieve how precious time is. A number of years ago I woke up and realized I only had 12 hours that day to get done what I had to do. I knew 12 hours wasn’t enough time to get all that I had to do that day done. That was the beginning of understanding time really is. I don’t really believe in time management. I believe in time value first. You have to value you time before you can manage it.
The number on priority withing TIME is your private time. The time you give for your personal self. Some people will think that is selfish and self centered. I spent years thinking about this and spent time reading and understanding in my mind what this means.
Goals are a very common topic in dealing with personal growth, sales, leadership, and sports management; well really any area that you want to achieve in.
Goals are always talked about and there’s a statistic I’ve read that only 2% of people actually write down their goals and they do more than the other 98% combined in achievements. Goals are part of all the success that happens in the world today.
We;ve been setting the ground work for sales, leadership and relationships, because that is what Rock Solid Selling is all about…
TRUTH IN SALES
SOLUTIONS FOR LEADERS
RELATIONSHIPS THAT SERVE
I believe that becoming a certified truth in sales trained salesperson is at least 80% of all needed leadership and relationship skills.
A number of years ago, I was in a car with a very good friend. We were talking about communication in our business and personal lives.My friend turned to me and said, “The key to a good relationship is communication”. I replied, “That’s crap, I can tell you two things right now that are more important than communication”.
He kinda gave me this stare of disbelief as we have all heard that about relationships and communication.