Here is the undeniable truth…
All success is the result of a process.
Here’s another one…
Whether you want to believe it or not… everything you do is a process.
Even (in fact, especially) the things that don’t seem very “process-like”.
Your process for doing something might be haphazard. It might be inefficient. It might be totally ineffective. But you’ve still got a process.
And everything you’ve got now, in every area of your life, is a direct result of your processes.
- Not getting enough done in your business? Check your process.
- Not making enough money? Check your process.
- Not finding the relationships or maybe that significant other you want? Check your process.
Processes You Can’t See
The problem is, you don’t realize it.
Albert Einstein once said you can’t solve your problems with the same level of thinking that created them.
Same thing goes for your processes. You can’t easily change your processes because you most likely can’t see them. You’re just living your life in the middle of them. You need to step back and consciously take an objective inventory of the processes you have in place.
Take a hard look at what you’re doing.
That’s critical. Because your processes will continually propel you on the path you’re on.
Three Questions To Create New Processes
What am I trying to get done? Get clear on the big picture of what you want to accomplish. Be specific here. Vague goals rarely get accomplished.
What needs to happen to accomplish that? Go ahead and write down all the steps you can think of that might go into that process. Once you have that list, review it to see what are “must do’s”, what’s redundant and what’s totally unnecessary.
What are my daily commitments? Here’s the biggie. Write down what you are committed to doing when it comes to executing the steps in your process.
- What are you going to do?
- When are you going to do it?
- How long should it take?
And then put those commitments in your daily action plan.
Try, Try Again…
Now doing this exercise won’t guarantee you success right away.
Because creating an effective process is a process in and of itself.
Truth is you’re going to have to do some adjusting and tweaking. No action takes place in a vacuum. And it’s impossible to foresee every possible outcome of every action you take. There are always “unintended consequences” for all your actions. And those are what you’ll have to address.
So put a process in place and try it out.
If it’s not getting the job done, take a look at where it’s breaking down. Go back to your list of steps and see if something else is a better fit.
If you focus on the destination at the expense of the process, you’ll never get where you want to be.
Last weekend I participated in a livestream with Dave Dee from GKIC. We talked about a few of the processes I use for doing research and growing my business.
If you want to see a process for attracting wealth, success and security like a flame attracts moths… I recommend checking out Dan’s proven process here…
What’s Your Best Process?
Share your most efficient, effective, original kick-butt process in the comments below. My team will review them all and pick a winner.
I’ll send the winner a signed copy of my private-client report, “A Dent in the Universe” (Which regularly sells for $97…)
It’s your ultimate “how-to” guide to unleash your true, unique strengths and leverage them to their greatest and highest use by creating a business as unique as you.
It’ll let you bend the world to YOU, and make your own personal dent in the universe!
But you’ve only got 48 hours to get in! After that, contest’s closed!
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