3 Tips to Change Your Trajectory By Richard Brooke

Are you just ambling along, part of the 98% not believing they can really make it in this profession? What if it success were as simple as 3 key steps? (Spoiler alert: it is!)

A trajectory is a path in life a person chooses. Sometimes we haven’t made the best choices and it’s time to change our direction. Today I’m going to discuss 3 things you can start doing right now to change the trajectory of your life. These are just a few things for you to think about, especially if you’re just bumping along … maybe you’re in and out, or maybe you’re not skyrocketing yet. Maybe you’re part of the 98% that don’t think they can make it in our industry.

These 3 things may not be something new to you, I’m sure you’ve heard them before. There’s a good chance that you’ve thought about doing some of these things and you had great intentions, but it ended there.

You didn’t take action, right? What was missing? Well, I’ll give you a hint … every phone, email program, and billing company offers them – REMINDERS! Reminders are there to help us check back in, to keep us in the game, and to reinforce our commitments. Without them, we set things in motion and forget about them.

Today I’m here to remind you of a few key tips you’ll need to change the cycle of defeat … no matter what you’re endeavoring to do. So let’s start with the first tip.

Tip #1: SDA (Single Daily Action)

Think about something that you’re endeavoring to do in 2023 and beyond. Anything.

This could be for your business, family, or health. Now take that great, big project and break it all the way down into something that you’ll do every day. What is the one thing that you would need to do every day that will add up over time and pretty much guarantee that you will hit your big giant goal?

Now, why is this so important? Well, it’s just pure psychology. It’s pure self-esteem and confidence. It’s setting yourself up for success. It all has to do with Vision and motivation. The important step is to create a Vision that inspires you, moves you, but also creates a conversation that dances with that Vision, where you can say to yourself, “I can do that!”

Have you ever said to yourself, “Oh my gosh, if I ever get to do that it would be amazing, but …” If you create this big story, and there’s a but that follows it, you’re just sabotaging yourself. Whatever comes after the but is what is heard and believed. For example, if I were to say “I really love you but you drive me crazy,” which part of that sentence do you hear? See how that works?

One of the nuances of Vision and self-motivation is that the bigger the Vision, the more it triggers your old Vision, which results in that negative self-talk. If I wanted to become the President of the United States one day, you can bet I’d be thinking … “Well, who are you to take something like that on? You can’t do that. You’ll never do that. If you do that, people will make fun of you. What if you fail? What if you humiliate yourself? What if you’re embarrassed?” This is why it’s important to not look at the huge goal, just start with the baby steps.

So whatever it is that you’re endeavoring to do, boil it all the way down to a baby step.

Something that you can do every day. The magic is in that little goal, that little Vision that doesn’t trigger negative self-talk.

Why is that magical? Because that’s the way you accomplish anything, with your single daily action. In terms of a business plan, maybe you want to rank advance or double your volume. You’ve got to do something every day to make that happen, right? Maybe you’re going for fitness, so you’re going to the gym for an hour three times a week with a personal trainer. No matter what big goal you have, you’ve got to boil it down into bite-sized pieces, and the easiest piece to manage is the single daily action.

Whatever it is that you’re endeavoring to do, figure out how you can break it down into daily steps. Something that you could repeat every day, and do every day.

The magic of this repetition is that you get encouragement from doing it because baby steps give you the confidence that you can do it without triggering that negative self-talk. You get to establish a new dominant Vision that inspires you.

Tip #2: Sacred Time (Monster Tip)…

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Richard Brooke
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