These four tough questions about success come from Grant Cardone’s book: “Sell Or Be Sold: How To Get Your Way In Business and In Life“
If you’re a leader in your sales organization, this will make a killer sales meeting!
“Ask yourself these questions:
- Are you fulfilling your potential? (Be Honest)
- Do you approach success as a duty?
- Would more success be bad for you?
- Is your entire family on one plan for the creation of success?
If you answered no to any of the above, your chances at success are doubtful in any field. Your problem will not be sales as a profession, it will be that you haven’t made a commitment to SUCCESS as your obligation and your duty.”
Just for the next seven days, challenge yourself to DEMAND SUCCESS and eliminate any other option! Keep in mind these questions about success when you also recognize that success is a perishable skill – you have to work on it daily.
Investing even just 10 minutes in the morning and 10 minutes in the afternoon to sharpen your skills will go a long way to make sure you’re living up to your full potential and that are actually approaching success as your duty.
Let’s dig a little deeper into these four tough questions about success from Grant Cardone
Are you fulfilling your potential?
Regardless of where you’re at and what you’re doing, is there room for improvement? Be honest with yourself? Are you living up to your potential? If not, why not? Take 100% responsibility for your success!
Do you approach success as a duty and obligation?
What would happen if you started to approach your success this way? What would happen if success wasn’t something you just wanted but was tied into your morals and ethics? Think on that for a moment and then act on it moving forward!
Would more success be bad for you?
Right now would be a perfect time to rid yourself of any old and limiting beliefs you’ve had. What have you been taught about success that is holding you back? Right now is the best time to start thinking from a new paradigm… just sayin’!
Is your entire family on one plan for the creation of success?
You need to get everyone in on the action. Make sure the family knows you’re creating their future and that they are helping and supporting your efforts!