Go from Excited to Committed…
And Watch Your Business Soar!
The numbers are up and the momentum is building. It’s easy to get excited about Trunited.
It’s not as easy to be committed. But taking that step from excited to committed is the most important thing you can do to get profound, lasting results. So let’s take a closer look at what “being excited” about a business looks like vs. what “being committed” to a business looks like.
Short-Lived vs. Long-Lasting
This gets to the root of the issue.
Excitement passes, but commitment lasts. Someone who is truly committed to building a business is in it for the long haul. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither was any business worth investing in. So don’t get too caught up in the ups and downs. Over time, if you’re doing the right things, you’ll get the right results.
Needs Reassurance vs. Self-Driven
Nobody has more impact on your business than you. It seems simple, and it is.
It’s easy to get excited about the mentor who has been there before or the new recruit with tons of past success. But you can’t rely on others at the expense of pushing yourself.
Don’t get upset with the results you didn’t get from the work you didn’t do.
Doubt is a powerful deterrent. Long-term success doesn’t happen when you’re constantly questioning the process at the expense of producing. Keep your head down and move forward, not backward.
Easily Distracted vs. Laser-Focused
Ever get on your computer to do your work and decide to check your social media for a second? Then, next thing you know you’ve watched twenty cat videos, shopped for all sorts of useless stuff, and found yourself down a wikipedia rabbit-hole? Yeah…it happens.
Someone who is committed knows to focus on the big picture. It’s okay to have fun with little distractions, but you need to make time every day for building your business and not let anything get in the way of that time. Stay laser-focused on the goals in front of you.
Finding Problems vs. Solutions
It’s easy to get excited about something. It’s also easy to lose that excitement when problems arise or obstacles emerge.
You won’t find a lot of stories from successful entrepreneurs about how everything went right all the time and the path to success was easy and problem-free. Almost everyone who has reached the top of anything has stumbled several times along the way.
You will fall down. That happens to everyone. The difference is that committed entrepreneurs get up and move forward.
Self-Centered vs. Team Player
What do all of the most successful Trunited members have in common? They love helping others find success.
Trunited has a give-to-grow mentality. That means you have to help others to truly help yourself. So show your commitment to the business by committing to the success of others.
And just as importantly, utilize that generosity. Have your most-active upline on speed dial. The other thing that the most successful members of Trunited have in common: “Our phones don’t ring enough.”
Reach out. You’ll be glad you did.
No Plans vs. Organized Goal-Setting
Over time, organization triumphs. If you don’t have clear goals and clear action steps to meet those goals, you’re going to struggle.
Nothing will turn excitement into commitment better than clear goal-setting and every-day action designed to meet those goals. Get organized. Write your goals down. Use your planner to schedule your actions. You won’t regret it.
Managing vs. Building
In order to build a business, you need to…BUILD a business.
Don’t sit back and hope things work out. Be proactive. Reach out to those above you and those below you. Be of service to others. Too many people relax way too soon.
If you want results for yourself, be the solution to the problems of others. Actively work to help others create their business. Provide value. Don’t just manage…BUILD.
As you can see, there’s a big difference between the actions of an
excited member of Trunited and a committed member of Trunited.
Commitment is everything when building a home business. ALMOST ALL
entrepreneurs get excited. ALL of the most successful entrepreneurs get
So the first thing you need to ask yourself is this: Am I excited, or am I committed?