Chapter One – Think Inside Your Box
May 26, 2017

Introduction

The Problem
Successful sales and business professionals are not successful because they somehow avoided obstacles. They are successful because they have mastered the art of creating a prosperity mindset that is geared and programmed to overcome any challenge and thrive in the face of adversity. A prosperity mindset is the key to the kingdom. It takes you to a place where the streets are paved with gold.

The bottom line is that shit happens. We all know it. But if you want to succeed and prosper in sales and business, then find a way to prosper despite the challenges and adversity.

You can’t just wait for your luck to change, the economy to improve, your competition to raise their prices, or “better customers” to walk through your door.

The key to winning in sales and business is to create a mindset that compels you to thrive and grow in the face of adversity. It’s about kicking the challenge’s ass . . . not waiting for things to magically get better.

Overcoming obstacles and creating wealth is not a problem with lack of information; it’s a problem with lack of action. You just aren’t doing the things you know you should be doing on a consistent basis.

I can promise you that I didn’t overcome years of despair and build an Inc. 5000 company that generated $20 million virtually overnight because I’m luckier or smarter than anyone else. I did it by establishing and operating according to a prosperity mindset that drove me to do the things I needed to do—every single day. It wasn’t rocket science or brain surgery. It was just plain old hard work.

Using this powerful yet invisible force will allow you to overcome whatever challenges threaten your sales and business success and instead prosper in the face of any adversity.

You simply cannot do the right things in your life and business on a consistent basis and accidentally create the wrong results.

The Power of Consistency will help you harness what lies within you so that you can create a brighter future for you and your family, despite the challenges.

Let that mindset drive you to do the things that lead to wealth and prosperity. As a result, you can become exceptional.

The Solution
Successful sales and business professionals are not successful because they somehow avoided obstacles. They are successful because they have mastered the art of creating a prosperity mindset that is geared and programmed to overcome any challenge and thrive in the face of adversity. A prosperity mindset is the key to the kingdom. It takes you to a place where the streets are paved with gold.

You will learn a four-step process called the upside of FEAR that involves:
Focus
Emotional commitment
Action
Responsibility

You will learn how to get focused on what you want and how to become deeply emotionally committed to those things. You will learn the value of a quiet-time ritual and how to take consistent action toward reaching your goals.

By implementing these ideas and taking actions on a consistent basis, you will transcend the conundrum of human nature. You will become one of those rare people who know what you need to do to create wealth and prosperity, and you will actually do it. You will become exceptional, and the possibilities for your business will become endless.

Sales executives and professionals of all backgrounds all face the same challenge: understanding that success is not a knowledge problem, but rather a consistency problem.

The Power of Consistency will help create exceptional sales and business results, but only if you consistently implement them. It is a comprehensive process that virtually guarantees better results as you move through the steps.

Why This Book?
When my father died on June 10, 1996—the day I began my journey to prosperity—the first book I picked up was The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. When I read the profound wisdom within those pages, I felt as though Dr. Covey was speaking directly to me. I realized, of course, that literally millions of others felt the same way. Yet somehow his words resonated with me on a level I had never before known.

It seems pathetic looking back that I was examining the core principles of life for the very first time at 32 years old. Nevertheless, as I read Dr. Covey’s book, a vision for my life began to take shape. I began to feel hope and optimism despite the utter chaos and misery that defined my life behind prison walls.

I realized I must not only create a plan for my life—but more important, I must take action!

1 Comment

  1. Catherine Ong says:

    This topic is very interesting to read. Will help me on my daily work routine, facing different challenges. This will guide me on my work. Keep it up!

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