I always find it hilarious when people attempt to shop my process
... my marketing
... my systems
... my tech
As if once they find the 'secret' the door will open and cash will come raining into their business and solve all their problems.
I mean it's no surprise, we get some pretty amazing results for our clients. In fact, many of them are borderline ridiculous.
but what if instead of coming through the door asking for the keys to the castle for free...
... what if you submitted to our process.
... if you were open to learning how to become better
... if you were actually honest about what was going on with your business and the problems you were facing.
...and stopped pretending everything is fine and you were just "looking for ideas".
The fact you're opting in for my stuff tells me everything is NOT fine.
... follow our process. It's there for a REASON.
... that reason is to help you in the most efficient and effective way possible.
... be honest about what's going on, and you'll get the most out of it.
I'll be the first to admit I don't know everything. In fact there is a LOT I don't know.
When I don't know, I go ask the experts.... my trusted advisers...
... and I pay them handsomely for their guidance and advice.
... because they see what I don't see.
... because they have done what I want to do
They have the answers, perspective and context that I don't have.
To pretend to know their process better than they do. I just do what i'm told. It's the big secret to success.
Stop thinking you know more than the people who just want to help you.
Do do otherwise pre-supposes you know more than they do.... and you quite simply don't. To put it bluntly, it's insulting.
Don't be that person.
Be the person who is hungry to learn...
... who's willing to leave their baggage at the door when they step into the dojo.
... to empty their cup and fill it with new ideas
... to do the work that most people won't, to get the results that most people don't.
...to realise you don't know what you don't know
If that person is you.... perhaps we should talk.