As I’ve said many times before, your level of motivation is going to drive your sales. Consider for a moment the word, “motivation.” There are two interesting things about it. It comes from the word “motion” meaning progress or not standing still. Also, it has two “I’s” in it. “I” is not someone else; it’s you. Simply put, the word “motivation” implies that it’s up to you to make progress. Don’t expect others to do it for you! Ask yourself today what truly motivates you. When you identify what spurs you on, designate one thing you will do differently tomorrow to help you be more effective.
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