How To Develop Resilience In Your Professional and Personal Life
“IF THE VOICE IN YOUR HEAD IS NEGATIVE, SOMEONE MANIPULATED IT”
How do you stay resilient and positive when everything is going wrong?
How do you keep progressing forward in life when things are slowing you down…
Your competitor just won the deal, you are not closing enough sales, your home life is stressful, it’s too hard to learn everything…
How do you rewire your mindset to attain the success you are after?
A person that has showed incredible resilience is Gary Vaynerchuck. He doesn’t let ANYTHING get in his way of his dreams and aspirations. As he says, “Fall in love with ‘NO’”
If you follow him just for a day, watch his videos, listen to his podcasts, scroll though his insta you will see a person that does not let “no” slow them down. You will see a person that is 100% authentic, confident and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done.
As a millionaire you would think Gary Vee would be relaxing by the pool in his mansion, buying countless fancy cars and eating the Fleur Burger 5000 ($5,000 burger)
A devoted Dad, Husband, and Business Expert Gary Vee does not stop. He is working 24/7 to better his life, whether it is on his business’ or personal life. He is always moving forward and grinding, which is what has brought him all his success.
So, it comes down to the question, “how do you rewire your mindset to attain the success you are after?”
Gary Vee and Paul Anderson have a lot in common, they both have the go-getter attitude that is UNSTOPPABLE.
We can’t speak for Gary, but Paul lives his life by D.R.E.A.M.
Define your thinking
Realize your value
Energize your spirit
Accentuate the positive
Move yourself forward
If you live by this, you will get through ANYTHING with a positive, energized mindset.
Rather than just saying, “KEEP POSITIVE”, “GRIND!!”, “DON’T QUIT” Paul Anderson wrote an entire book on how to shift your mindset completely to stay resilient on a day to day basis.
#1. Review your thoughts:
What positive or negative impact did they have on the decisions you have made or are about to make?
#2. Dig Deeper:
Dig deeper to ascertain and realize the true value YOU bring to the world, and how to capitalize on that value to achieve both personal fulfillment and financial success
#3. Importance of your own energy:
Find your own energy to see the positive effects it can have on changing your mental and emotional state, and its ability to influence those around you
Find out where to focus, what to focus on and how to ensure you are always aligning your thoughts with your goals so you continually move yourself forward.
“Always give life more than is expected, keep your authenticity and don’t let ego get the best of you.” –Paul Anderson https://www.appliedexcellence.com/single-post/2018/12/03/How-authentic-influence-will-enable-a-loyal-connection-to-your-client
If this topic interests you, make sure you check out Paul's book (available in ebook, hardcopy and audible) D.R.E.A.M.
A person’s commitment to maintain a good spirit through tough times, to be flexible and to have the toughness, strength and stamina to remain focused on what he or she has set out to do. The majority of people who set out to achieve anything show little resilience when things go wrong. Only the minority have the ability to keep focused and motivated as they head towards their goals.
It’s the fundamental difference between the average performer and the true professional who gets to the top and stays there. There are so many natural intenders, those who learn the skills and strategies of their trade, such as selling, and then expect success to follow.
However, very few have the strength of character or the stamina to keep true to their commitment, especially after the mood in which they accepted it has passed. They are too easily swayed off their course.
Remember to stay focused and don't let outside forces steer you away from your sales goals.
Good Selling to You!
P.S. If you have just been winging it, our advice to you is to get on The Sales Pro University and start watching a minimum of 4 segments per day.
Be consistent with it and get the rest of your life consistent. Over time, you will get your life and finances on track—I promise.
Whatever It Takes!