The Ultimate Way To Succeed Online Business
Ways To Your Ultimate Online Business Success
We all know deadlines and time frames establish parameters, but typically not in a good way. The average person who is given two weeks to complete a task will instinctively adjust his effort so it actually happen in that frame of time.
Lets Forget deadlines, at least as a way to manage your activity. Tasks should only take as long as they need to take. Do everything as quickly and effectively as you can. Then use your “free” time to get other things done just as quickly and effectively as possible.
The average people allow time to impose its will on them; remarkable people impose their will on their time. That is success.
Those who are around me are the people I chose.
Many of your employees drive you nuts. And Some of your customers are obnoxious. Some of your friends are selfish, all-about-me jerks.
You chose them. If the people around you make you unhappy it’s not their fault. It’s your fault. They’re in your professional or personal life because you drew them to you…and you let them remain around.
Take some efforts to think about the type of people you want to work with. Think about the types of customers you would enjoy serving. Think about the friends you want to have around you, its your life after all.
Then change what you do so you can start attracting those people. Hardworking people want to work with hardworking ones. Kind people like to associate with kinder ones. Remarkable employees want to work for remarkable business owners.
It is natural that Successful people are naturally drawn to successful people.
3. Lets say Experience is irrelevant. Accomplishments are everything.
Suppose that You have “12 years in the Web design business.” Whoopee. I don’t care how long you’ve been doing what you do. Years of service indicate nothing; you could be the worst 12-year programmer around.
I do count what you’ve done: how many sites you’ve created, how many back-end systems you’ve installed, and how many customer-specific applications you’ve developed, all that matters is what you’ve achieved.
Successful individuals don’t need to describe themselves using hyperbolic adjectives like passionate, innovative, driven, etc. They can just describe, hopefully in a humble way, what they’ve contributed.
Stumbles is something you accomplish – it doesn’t just happen to you
You may ask people why they have been successful. Their answers will be filled with personal pronouns: I… me, and the sometimes too occasional- we.
And yes! Ask them why they failed?. Most will revert to childhood and instinctively distance themselves, like the kid who says, “My toy got broken…” instead of saying, “I broke it!
They may say the economy tripped. They may also say say the market wasn’t ready. Or even their suppliers couldn’t keep up. And by distancing themselves, they don’t learn from their lessons.
From time to time something completely outside your control will cause you to fail. Most of the time, though, it’s you. And that’s okay. Almost Every successful person has failed. Numerous times. Most of them have failed a lot more often than you. That’s why they are successful now.
Try to embrace every failure: Own it, learn from it, and take full responsibility for making sure that next time, things will turn out to your favor.
Volunteers are always winners
Every time you raise your hand you wind up being asked to do more.That’s great. Doing more is an opportunity: to learn…. impress, to gain skills…. build new relationships, to do something more than you would otherwise been able to.
Often Success is based on action. The more you volunteer, the more you get to act. Successful people step forward to create opportunities. Remarkably successful people sprint forward like rockets
For As long as I’m paid well, it’s all good
When Specialization its absolutely good news.
Focus is good.
Finding a niche is good.
Generating revenue is great.
Whatever a customer will pay you a reasonable price to do–as long as it isn’t unethical, immoral, or illegal–is something you should do. Your customers want you to deliver outside your normal territory? If they’ll pay you for it, then its very welcomed.
What if They want you to add services you don’t normally include? If they’ll pay you for it, fine. The customer wants you to perform some relatively manual labor and you’re a high-tech shop? hush…hush, roll ’em up, do the work, and get the money.
Do what you want to do and you might build an okay business. But be willing to do what customers want you to do and you can build a very successful business. Be willing to do even more and you can build a remarkable one.
The ones who pay me almost always have the right to tell me what to do
Please get over your cocky, pretentious – I-must-be-free-to-express-my-individuality self.
How about if you Be that way on your own time? Those who pay you, whether customers or employers, earn the right to dictate what you do and how you do it–sometimes down to the last detail. Instead of complaining, work to align what you like to do with what the people who pay you want you to do.
Now the extra mile is a vast, and unpopulated wasteland.
Most would say they go the extra mile. Almost no one actually does. Most people who go there think, “Wait… no one else is here… why am I doing this?” and leave, never to return. That’s why the extra mile is such a lonely place – also why the extra mile is a place filled with opportunities.
Always try to be Be early. Stay late. Make that extra phone call. Send the extra email. Do the extra research. Help a customer unload or unpack a shipment. Don’t wait to be asked; offer.
Don’t just tell employees what to do–show them what to do and work with them side by side. Every time you do something, think of one extra thing you can do–especially if other people aren’t doing that one thing. Sure, it may be hard…
–But that’s what will make you different And what will make you incredibly successful-
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