Consistency is KING, so why is it that your results are always so up and down? The only element of your business that has the ability to affect the results in that way is you, so where do you think the problem is?
You don’t want to hear it, but the problem is staring you back from the mirror.
So how do you keep your results consistent? If you’d like to know, stay tuned. I’m going to show you how.
Hi, it’s Grant here and today I’m going to talk to you about some simple habits for consistent sales. And the first one is to set a goal. Oh my gosh, how many times have you heard that before? Well, a goal is one thing. Putting a date on a goal is another thing. Let me give you the next step and it’s setting a plan. But a plan that’s easy and achievable. You know, we’ve all got big dreams, we’ve all got big desires, everybody wants to hit their targets, everybody wants to make their sales, everybody wants to be the best, every—well, especially you do and that’s you’re watching this video today because you want to learn more about how to do it. But sometimes, it just doesn’t seem to be achievable, does it? You have your days like everyone else and like I do and like other people do. And how do you get through those? Well, the idea the goal that you’ve got is so big but the plan that you have needs to be really small. You need to have a smaller plan so you can continually work the smaller details of the smaller plan that are going to take you to the next step and the next step and the next step and eventually going to get you to where you want. And it’s a consistent model. It’s going to stop your zigzagging. It’s going to stop your reacting. Make your plans achievable. Make them bite size. Make them easy to digest and easy to achieve. And you know what? Be kind to yourself in those plans as well. Don’t set yourself something that you know you’re not going to achieve. That’s called self-sabotage and it’s a big no-no.
The second one is I want you to be able to check your resources. Check that you’re capable of doing the things that you want to do. Check that you’ve got the tools. Check that you’ve got the right equipment. Check that you’ve got the amount of time. You might be the world’s busiest person and you’re doing a whole bunch of stuff that perhaps you shouldn’t be doing. There might be some things that you need to ditch or dump. That’s going to help you keep consistent as well. And again, avoid that reaction state where you’re going from one thing to the next just to serve the moment and just to serve the purpose of removing you out of the pain that you might be feeling in the present moment.
The third thing is I want you to be able to check in your capacity. Let’s be fair dinkum here. Are you being realistic about your goals? Do you have the capacity to achieve them? Is it realistic for you right now to be the person that you think you want to be with your target and your goal? Is it realistic? And I know great coaches and great gurus and great mentors will tell you the sky is the limit. And it’s true. The sky is the limit but you get to the sky, you’ve got to get to 10,000 kilometres and then 20,000 kilometres and so on—