Strategic Thinking


Posted on : November 18, 2014
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Today I want to talk to you about the importance of being strategic in your business. Not “”why”” you need to be strategic. Why it’s a MUST. Go to : http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/home.html Subscribe to our channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs0QtqMrEp4vcx_shmEBHjw —————————————————————————- DEFINITION OF STRATEGIC: Carefully designed or planned to serve a particular purpose or advantage. Related Words: calculated, tactical, prudent, shrewd… —————————————————————————- I take it you’ve got some end goal in this business right? To make enough part-time to fire your boss. To supplement your retirement income. To free up more time to be with your mate, your kids, your grandkids and so forth. What is the ideal result YOU see in your mind right now? The only way you’ll get there is if you can become more strategic in your business. And once you get that strategy, it needs to be developed into a DAILY PLAN OF ACTION. That’s important. Day in and out, consistently working towards your goals. Otherwise, you’ll get caught up in FB, email, and every-body else’s daily agenda. Think about it this way: You plan a family trip across the globe to visit that place you’ve always wanted to go, (can you see it?). To get to the starting point of your destination, you type in the address in your GPS. That’s your current goal. However, the GPS doesn’t stop there. It gives you turn by turn, road by road, city by city guidance and navigation to help you get there successfully and easily. It’s broken down to the smallest step for you so that you don’t get overwhelmed or lost on the journey. That’s how you want to set up your business. Turn by turn. Every step. Planned. What do most people do? They jump online everyday with NO plan. Oh they’ve got in their head what they want to do, but for some odd reason, they never get around to it. It’s because they weren’t being strategic! It’s because they didn’t have a consistent plan to follow DAILY! Which leads me to my next big, dirty, hairy and critical point: W-O-R-K. Four nasty letters to most people. Doing real WORK is the only way you’ll be able to grow your business. Day in and day out… WORKING YOUR BUSINESS. Now for most, doing the work part is just too much. It’s not that they’re lazy. It’s not that at all. Some are lazy and want something for nothing, but I don’t believe that’s the majority, and certainly not the peeps here on my list! It’s too much because there’s just so much involved to setup on the front-end that it’s very overwhelming. I’m sure we’ve all been there right? However, here’s the kicker… It doesn’t have to be YOU that’s doing all of the work. You can skip the product creation, you can skip creating converting sales pages, landing pages, video sales letters and so forth… You can skip perfecting sales scripts and talking to 100 people a day on the phone… And you can simply leverage the work of someone that’s done it all for you already and is willing to let you use his powerful system and million dollar team. Getting excited about the possibilities of something like that? Watch this presentation at below link and inside the screen to learn about My Top Tier Business (MTTB): http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/home.html And you’ll discover a young man that’s set up just such a system. Not only that, but it’s been proven to work for many of the new members hopping aboard right now. New incomes are being created, new friendships are being forged, jobs are being killed, and dreams are being born, all because of this powerful system that’s at your fingertips right now: http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/home.html Check this out ASAP, and let me know if you have any questions. subscribe to our channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs0QtqMrEp4vcx_shmEBHjw


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