Being the Best that You can Be


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Being the best that you can be
Anybody that knows me knows that I am a big fan of Mike Ferry and his no-nonsense approach to coaching. I just wanted to remind you about his article, "Becoming the Best...Building a Better You". I'm going to take a moment to flesh out some of the great points that he made in this piece.
  1. Forgetting Past Failures: Don't dwell on your failures, just keep your head up and always look forward to your next success.
  2. Have a Positive Support Group: You need to be around positive people that will always push you to succeed. Just one negative person in your group can bring you down in this business.
  3. Set Small & Achievable Goals: Your goals can be lofty, but they don't always have to be. Set smaller, more quantifiable and achievable goals like: prospecting for 3 hours every day. Taking baby steps can help you feel more accomplished and more satisfied with your work. There is nothing wrong with dreaming big, but your goals should be attainable.
  4. Recognize that Doubt is Normal and Healthy: It's part of human nature to question yourself and your abilities. This can be healthy and it can push you to prove yourself wrong, but you shouldn't dwell on these things. They can really drag you down. 
  5. Stop Questioning What You're Being Taught and just Execute: If you're a new agent that's just starting out, you will need to have some blind faith in the techniques that you have been taught. Instead of doubting yourself and what you've been taught, focus on how you're going to execute. You will be much more successful if you don't dwell on failure and simply act to achieve your goals.
Hopefully this information has been helpful to you. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me. I am always here to assist you.

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