And finally: what are your shortcomings? You can only fix what you know about, and can only know about it if you track it.
So, the point I want to make is that success takes work and it takes time!
It took busting my a$$ off for months to get back in the driver’s seat after I nearly lost it all to postpartum depression!
In fact, it took hustling since I started my business in 2011!
It took upleveling and reinventing it a few times, all the trial and errors, tens of thousands invested in business and personal development, countless of hours of networking, relationship building, practicing sales calls, perfecting the message, adjusting the processes, developing and improving the offers, and months of putting myself out there.
And giving, giving, giving. You get the idea...
No, there is no magic switch from what I can tell, but there are shortcuts one can take with the right guidance and support. And, by making a decision and by taking (the right) action.
So, what do you and Ashton have in common?
- Hard work
- You are here to serve
- You are continuously learning and improving
- You do not give up