This is why this industry has a bad reputation.
It’s a selfish approach because you're only looking to help yourself. And they know this, by the way. People can sense when you’re only trying to sell them something. It comes off as caring more about the sale than the relationship.
And then comes all the other challenges in this business —between full-time jobs, kids, pets, spouses, trying to get your workout in, posting on social media, etc. there just isn’t too much time left to connect with prospects, customers and team members, or to do your follow ups (not to mention tracking it all). And when you do have time, where do you start? It can all be so overwhelming and it’s natural to end up feeling disorganized and discouraged.
Being your own boss sometimes means you may not know exactly which activities you should be spending your time doing. Guessing is a waste of time and just 'not quitting' is not enough to be successful. You need to be doing the right things, in the right amount, consistently to win in this business.
What if it were different?
But first let's think about this...