How can someone be so GOOD one day – and irrelevant the next?
Well, it’s not just the music industry where this happens. It takes place in every arena, coliseum, classroom, court room, sales office and living room.
Everyone has ONE DAY, one moment in time, where he or she shined brighter than ever before. Everyone has ONE DAY that was so marvelous, so jaw-dropping good, that he’s never been able to duplicate it.
But what if there was a way to duplicate your very BEST day, to duplicate it on command, to rise above yourself and make almost every day feel so incredible that your results skyrocket and you shatter records everywhere you go?
Now, let’s get real. If you throw a perfect game, chances are that it will never happen again, regardless. But there are a lot of games that are just as exciting, just as inspiring, even if they’re not perfect.
The key here is NOT to create exact duplicates of your very, very best. But different shades of your BEST. Shades that you are proud of. Shades that make you say, “Wow, that was unreal.”
The people who are around you, making decisions about your future, aren’t just looking at how much talent or ability you have. They’re not looking at the one moment in time when you shined brightest. What they’re looking for is CONSISTENCY. They’re looking for the person who repeats a great performance over and over again.
No one wants an employee who worked his tail off for a day.
No one wants the salesperson who was really good ONCE.
No one wants the trial attorney or surgeon who succeeded ONCE.
People want consistency. And the gatekeepers in your life demand it.
Even if you’re a solo entrepreneur, the same is true. Sure, you make a lot of your decisions – but your customers – they’re looking for consistency. Being good for a day isn’t good enough. And if you’re not consistently good, they’ll go somewhere else.
You’ve got to prove yourself over and over and over again.
My friend, this is why I’m so BIG on Theatre of the Mind. It’s the only program that is all about making you a CONSISTENT top notch
It’s not going to make you perfect. But it IS going to give you what people in positions of power, influence and control are looking for.
It’s not enough to be a one-hit wonder.
You need to bang out lots of hits.
Yes, one hit may still shine brighter than all the others. That’s the nature of things. But if you have dozens of other hits to go along with the ONE BIG ONE – that’s all you need.
As the late Jim Straw once said in a seminar I attended years ago, “Many entrepreneurs think they need to hit a home run in order to be successful. Not true. Give me an entrepreneur who hits singles and doubles and the occasional triple-bagger, and I’ll show you a success.”
In the game of life, if you focus on giving it all you’ve got, if you’re consistent, reliable and dependable, the coach has got to keep you in the lineup.
Theatre of the Mind keeps you in the line-up by helping you repeat your good performances while minimizing the times in which you
Think of it this way: Who’d you rather have at the free throw line in the final seconds of a championship game, the guy who shoots
50% from the line – or the guy who shoots 90%?
Be the person who gets the job done the right way over and over again. Be the person who kills the competition with consistency.
P.S. There’s been a schedule change for the teleseminar called “See Yourself at Your Best.” The new time for it will be next Tuesday, April 8, at 8 PM EST. Those of you who’ve already purchased Theatre of the Mind can attend free. It’s a bonus for taking action NOW rather than some other time.