Quote of the Day from Cord Moving and Storage

“All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are movable, and those that move.” ~ Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)

There are only 17 more Selling Days in August and 38 remaining in the Quarter!!!

Are you a ‘Talker’ or a ‘Doer’? Do you ‘talk’ about doing or do you take action & get it done? Your answer to this question will determine the level of success you’ll have. The great news is you have the power to switch from being a ‘talker’ to a ‘doer’ at anytime!

I recently had an interesting conversation with an aspiring real estate entrepreneur, he explained he had done a ton of research, bought many books and even attended some seminars. When I asked him why he hadn’t taken any action, his exact words were “Wayne, I find that it’s easier to talk about doing it than actually going out & getting it done”. Most often than not aspiring entrepreneurs fall in this trap, they’ll make plans, they even do the research; however most fail on the most important step – following-through by TAKING ACTION.

How many times have you felt ‘I’ve covered all my bases, gathering all your research’; sometimes even a little too much research – information overload or analysis paralysis! How many times have you sat and looked at all the information you have, however you just never do anything with it?  Oh boy Wayne take notice I said to myself…….You could make a ton of plans, if you do not take action, you’ll remain where you are and your circumstance will not change. This has stopped a lot of aspiring and even seasoned entrepreneurs from moving forward. They have a great idea that will be solving a major problem or they observed something new that will catapult the growth of their business; however they spend all their time researching because they feel they must know EVERYTHING before they get started.

Go out and have a Great Selling Day and make a difference in at least on person’s life today.

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