You Must Either Think or
Labor For Those Who Think
I'm a guy who owns multiple businesses, and therefore deals with several managers and employees. There’s one common fatal flaw I find in almost everyone in the marketplace today who happen to either own their own business, or work in them, and that’s their inability to manage their time properly. This inability has cost a lot of folks careers, businesses, and relationships, and I think it’s time to do what I can to spread the word on how to stop that from happening.
I’ve created a course focusing on nothing but managing one’s time properly and filling the gaps that most people were never taught, much less have conquered. You show me a business that failed, and I’ll bet I can track it back to the implementer’s inability to get things done. And my friends, that’s what this course is about —
getting things done.
Are you the type of person who wants to be in full control of your life and get more done in a month than you did all of last year? People ask me all the time how I can get so much done. They think I have the memory of an elephant. In reality, I have little memory, and if I relied on it, I’d never get anything done either. It’s not about your memory, it’s about having a system where you don’t have to remember anything and, therefore, can set it and forget it. Everything I’ve accomplished, everything I do every day stems from my simple system. I lay that out for you in this course, and show you how you can be more productive than anytime in your entire life.
Have you ever noticed we’ve been conditioned to not believe the promises businesses make to us until after they’ve been delivered? If you think about it, you don’t believe anybody’s going to do what they say they’re going to do because we’ve gotten so used to it.
What if you were the opposite of that?
What if you had a reputation for actually doing
what you say and keeping your promises?
Well, I can tell you the answer to that “what if.” It’ll attract people to you like a magnet. Once you develop the reputation of getting things done, people will want to work with you. They’ll want to hang around with you, and they’ll refer others to you, because you’re weird. You’re one of the very small percentage that can be counted on to keep your promises.
I’ll show you how I keep my promises, and don’t have
to get up every morning and wonder who I made one to last.
In addition, you’ll learn how I hold other people accountable to keep their promises to me. And this is huge because very few will until you point out to them they made that commitment.
I’m an avid list maker, and today that doesn’t even require you to pick up a pen and paper. It happens electronically. Without lists you’ll never be organized. The problem is how do you make these lists, where do you store these lists? And how do you make sure you’re constantly reviewing these lists to make sure you get everything done?