Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Do or do not – there is no try.

Dear Friends,

There are some Toxic words that you should never use during a consultation with a client, or even when your talking to yourself, we go over all of the words you should never use in our workshop, SkyRocket Your Sales: The 5 1/2 Step Sales Process.

For those of you who have already attend the workshop, here is a refresher, and if you haven't attended yet, here is a preview, and today's tip:


For example:
Try to stand up or try to sit down.

Notice what happens when you try anything – it means you do nothing. Try to have consistent, predictable, reliable income.

When people say they’re going to try, they’re planning to fail. Notice if you have been trying for years to make various changes. Now notice if the feeling of trying has become familiar. People like what’s familiar, so once you get used to trying, the mind doesn’t want to shock you by letting you succeed!

Have you become familiar with the experience of trying or struggling?
If so, it may be time to find out what happens when you move beyond trying.
What happens when you imagine having the words and tools to succeed?
How does it feel?

Start feeling successful, and focus on having what you want now.

As the famous philosopher Yoda said, “Do or do not – there is no try.”

Thanks for spending 3 minutes with me.....
The best is yet to be!

On your team, not trying to be on your team.
Jeffrey Stanton
Your Trusted Advisor For Life

One of the fastest ways to build a successful referral based business is by training. Now, with me, I like to invest significant time immersing myself in training, while some people prefer to take it in bite-size chunks. Whatever your preference is, now is the best time to contact me.

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