The formula to be well paid
In case you’ve ever wondered when “it” will all click into place, the day you finally experience what it feels like to make the money that matches the effort you’re putting into your business, I want to let you know that there is indeed a proven formula you can follow…
…a formula that allows you to be more highly paid in your business.
Now, just a heads up – it requires a level of self-inquiry that I promise will serve you. But first, we have to be honest with ourselves. 🙂
It’s about scoring yourself on a scale of 1-10 and getting REAL. Want to know more and see how you can use it to make a lot more this year? The two-minute video below will show you how:
Go easy on yourself, and wherever you fell on the scale of 1-10 that we talked about in the video – it’s ok!
(It’s just a number!)
But, it does show you where there might be room for improvement.
Honest self-reflection is the key to creating shifts that allow you to grow and evolve as a business owner. So is being prolific.
The bottom line is that the most prolific people are the most highly paid. They are constantly generating new marketing ideas, products and services to scale and grow their business, and that produces higher revenues.
To be highly prolific, you must be highly disciplined. And so:
Highly disciplined = Highly paid
But if you’re anything like most business owners I know, maybe you’re not naturally disciplined??
The question then becomes: how do you create more structure, accountability and discipline in your business?
Can you enroll your team in supporting you? An accountability partner who is also a business owner? Are you honoring yourself by sticking to the time blocking in your calendar? Getting direction, clarity, next steps and accountability by working with us?
It all works. You just have to commit to being more disciplined, productive and prolific.
This is a choice, followed by action.
Take a deep breath. Create your plan. Go forth and be more disciplined.
(I’m here to cheer you on.)
You’ve got this,
P.S. One of the things that I teach my kids to help them cultivate self-worth and self-esteem is to always do the right thing, even when no one’s watching, because their inner self is always watching. Same thing goes for how you “show up” in your business. Confidence comes when you consistently take personal responsibility and do the “right thing.”