While listening to life coach Tony Robbins, he made a profound statement that made me do some hard thinking. What he said went a little something like this, “Businesses and situations don’t fail because of a lack of resources, but because of a lack of resourcefulness.”
Watch this clip I did on resourcefulness:
I was compelled to reflect about my business. I went back through my financial statements and thought about my drive and personal response during the more successful times of my business, in comparison to the times when I felt like closing the doors. And sure enough, I was exhausting more resources that were available to me when things were going well, I was diversified in my marketing efforts, staying informed, attending more classes, seminars, and workshops, and putting forth more effort. The times that I was not as profitable, I had become stagnant and complacent. I was not in pursuit of new ventures and systems. I had slowed down my efforts.
Your lack of money is no reason to ball on a budget. Granted , there are times when circumstances will have an effect on your business . Those are the times you have to do more. You have to come out of your stupor and put some action to all the things you’ve learned while surfing the internet and reading books. Your best effort is never recognized until you try.
You have to get out, get informed, and get noticed. Your current circle of influence is where your limitations end and begin. No more “balling on a budget”. If you need more money, be more resourceful! There is a big world out there, with people just waiting for your service.
Lack in any area is simply a lack of information and often effort.
You don’t have a resource problem, you have a resourcefulness problem.
Do more! You deserve more. #Iseeyourgreatness!
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