One of the reasons you may be having trouble believing you will ever have a six figure business model is because you can’t “see” yourself with a $100,000+.
What if you had a $100,000 in your hands? Would it change the way you look at your business?
Then its time to do something about it.
Pull out your check book and write yourself a check. Make it out to you – and make it for $100,000. (You can change the amount if you have something else you are striving for. Just make sure it’s a worthwhile goal.) Date it for some point in the future that gives you enough time to put your plans into action. Then keep it for motivation.
It may sound crazy, yet a lot of people do it.
Jim Carrey wrote himself a check for $10,000,000 when he first arrived in Hollywood.
Jack Canfield took a one dollar bill and modified it (via magic marker) into a $100,000 bill. He taped it to the ceiling of his bedroom so it was the first and last thing he saw every single day.
Yes, I agree. It may sound a little silly to go through this act. Why not just make it a goal instead?
The key behind having a check in your hand is it is true motivation that will inspire you every single time you look at it.
Write it today. Then put it some place you will see it every day. You may slip it into your wallet, or attach it to your daily journal. Slip it into a frame and place it on your desk. Stick it on your mirror so you’ll see it several times per day.
The more you see it, the more motivated you will become.
Sales motivation is all about motivating you from the inside out. Yes, you’ll have to work at it. You’ll always have options. And you can choose to stay motivated … or not.
Yet salespeople make more money. They have more customers. They have more opportunities. And believe it or not, they have a lot more time to get things done.