Now is the time to be the best you

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Monday Motivator

Good morning!

What happens when you don’t want to do ‘the work’?

There are times when you just don’t want to do ‘the work’. The work that will get you what you want and where you want to be.

Oh, yeah. That ‘work’.

It’s hard.

It’s challenging.

It’s easy to put off.

And, you know what? It just has to be done.

Because you know what happens when you don’t do it, nothing. A BIG FAT zero.

If you want to get the things you want and move towards the things you aspire, you just have to do ‘the work’.

Get going now.

Go on!

GO

Stay safe, stay put and move when you can.

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. I’ve spent the last year working with author and Psychology Coach Charles Donoghue on a program that I believe will change your life permanently. Find out about this exciting and new program at foundationprogram.co.nz.

Quote for the week

“The harder I work, the luckier I get.”

Samuel Goldwyn

 

How is your sense of humour right now?

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Monday Motivator

Good morning!

How is your sense of humour right now?

It would be understandable if you said it was somewhat lacking at the moment with the unstable state of the world.

However, I read somewhere that children laugh around 40 times a day and adults about four. Four times a day?!

Developing a sense of humour about life’s challenges is a great place to start. A sense of humour will help you to build resilience to stress as well as improve your overall physical and emotional health.

A sense of humour helps to smooth the path on the way to your success.

A sense of humour makes you likeable and more attractive.

A sense of humour can help you to overcome challenges by rising above them and seeking the course of action that will put you back on the path to success.

A great way to keep you in good humour is to count your blessings. The fact is, you are blessed every day with little things you take for granted. Like the fact you are breathing right now as you read this. The fact that you CAN read. That you get up this morning and have a job to go to, and the list goes on.

There is always someone worse off than you and counting your blessings won’t fail to put a smile on your face.

Remember we’re all in this together and there’s lots of helpful advice out there. So please ask for help when you need it and maintain your sense of humour.

Have a terrific week, tell someone a joke and laugh!

Kind regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. I’ve spent the last year working with author and Psychology Coach Charles Donoghue on a program that I believe will change your life permanently. Find out about this exciting and new program at foundationprogram.co.nz.

Quote for the week

“Laughter rises out of adversity and rewards you for your courage.”

Erma Bombeck

 

Whatever you are doing don’t stop now

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Monday Motivator

Hello!

Whatever you are doing don’t stop now. Don’t give up!

Your next break-through, solution or success could be just around the corner. I was reading Idealog some time ago and I remember there was an article about James Dyson.

5,127 prototypes later the world’s first bagless vacuum cleaner was a reality.

That’s right – five thousand, one hundred and twenty six prototypes.

Where would you have stopped? 1, 20, 2,000?

Because he kept going until he found the solution Dyson has achieved sales of over NZD $7 Billion worldwide.

From personal experience, I have realised that perseverance does work. It took me five years to develop an email marketing system for the Real Estate industry that offered personalisation, consistency for the companies and affordability for the agents. Yup, 5 years.

So, don’t give up today. Keep going. Keep testing and you will always find your solution eventually.

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. I’ve spent the last year working with author and Psychology Coach Charles Donoghue on a program that I believe will change your life permanently. Find out about this exciting and new program at foundationprogram.co.nz.

Quote for the week

“Perseverance is the hard work you do after you get tired of doing the hard work you already did.”

Newt Gingrich

 

What does the news give you?

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Monday Motivator

Hello!

I’m always behind in the news. Mostly because I very rarely watch it or read it. My reason: Watching the news every day has been proven to give you a skewed view on life. A University of Florida professor, C. John Sommerville, wrote a book about it, stating, ‘it can make you dumb!’

Here are a few disadvantages of watching the daily news taken from Sommerville’s book. Some of these are obvious but worth repeating here:

  1. You shouldn’t watch the news first thing in the morning or just before bed because it encourages feelings of sadness, grumpiness, and anger. Watching the news colors how you see the world with its broad strokes of death, destruction, betrayal, and hopelessness.
  2. You shouldn’t watch the news because judging, making wrong conclusions, assuming, and extrapolating incorrectly are all automatic. When you watch the news, you’re rarely given the full story. You don’t know what’s really going on, why things happened, or who was involved.
  3. You shouldn’t watch the news because when you’re talking to people and you focus solely on the news, you lose the opportunity to really connect with others. When you watch the news, you’re less likely to share information about your life, hobbies, activities, and struggles.
  4. You shouldn’t watch the news because it steals time from family, hobbies, pets, goals, relationships, and other interesting and fun stuff in life! When you watch the news, you’re not pursuing your goals or hanging out with your friends.

Don’t watch the news this week, read a book or spend the time with your family. The doom and gloom will melt away and you will have a new, positive perspective on life.

This applies to social media too. But that’s another MondayMotivator 🙂

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. I’ve spent the last year working with author and Psychology Coach Charles Donoghue on a program that I believe will change your life permanently. Find out about this exciting and new program at foundationprogram.co.nz.

Quote for the week

“The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do.”

Kobe Bryant

 

Growing with Goals

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Monday Motivator

Good Morning

Everyone tells you to set goals and make lists. But how many of us actually take the time to do that? About 3%. 3%. That’s not a lot of us is it. And yet if you have a look at who is successful it is the 3% who set goals – I am discounting inheritance and Lotto here.

Setting goals can be a daunting task as you have to put something on paper and do things that move you towards them. Some of those things are hard, some of them might lose you friends, or you might upset some people. As humans, we really don’t like doing that and if the going gets tough we can give up.

Think about this though – the goal itself doesn’t matter, it is what we learn and how much we grow on the way to the goal that counts.

Now, that sounds exciting to me!

Every Monday my goal is to have the MondayMotivator written and away before 9am. By having to write about a new subject each week I learn about what I am writing about. That makes it easier for me to do the MondayMotivator because I like learning new things. It’s exciting and challenging and makes it easier to hit my goal.

Have a terrific week and set goals that challenge you, stretch you and allow you to learn something new.

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. When you’re ready, here’s a way I can help:

1. I’d like to invite you to join Marketing With Spike. It’s our free Facebook group for business owners and marketers who want to grow their business by maximising and growing their customer lists. They want to send communication that matters, that makes it into the inbox and makes money. The group’s free, there’s nothing to sign up for, nothing to buy. I’d like you to join us right there, right now. So click here and I’ll see you on the inside.

Quote for the week

“How often I found where I should be going only by setting out for somewhere else.”

Buckminster Fuller

 

Knowing your style of communication

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Monday Motivator

Good Morning

What you say and how you say it is a big part of life and business. Sometimes you think you have communicated what you wanted to say, only to have your instructions not followed, or you upset someone.

A big part of communication is style. There are different types of style. For example; humorous, relaxed, formal, literal, symbolic and emotional.

The style you use has an effect because if the style you are using is not appropriate for your audience you will not get your message across.

Here are three quick tips for style:

  1. Be civil and respectful, even if your message is firm or harsh.
  2. Present ideas in a clear, concise fashion. Support them with facts, exhibit the logical flow in your thought process, and if warranted, draw a conclusion.
  3. Decide whether you’re communicating on behalf of a person, an organization or both, and use the appropriate language (“l” versus “we”).

Have a terrific week and think about the style you are using in your next conversation. It makes more difference than you think.

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. When you’re ready, here’s a way I can help:

1. I’d like to invite you to join Marketing With Spike. It’s our free Facebook group for business owners and marketers who are growing and scaling their business by maximising and growing their customer lists. It’s got exclusive resources, content that will help you and your business grow. It’s got coaching from me, my team and others who are further down the journey than you are. The group’s free, there’s nothing to sign up for, nothing to buy. I’d like you to join us right there, right now. So click here and I’ll see you on the inside.

Quote for the week

“The problem with communication…
is the illusion that it has been accomplished.”

George Bernard Shaw

 

Thoughts on thoughts

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Monday Motivator

Good Morning

Have you ever wondered what happens to all those crazy thoughts going on in your head?

We all have them.

Thoughts about what you should have done in a situation after it has happened. Thoughts about jumping out of your car and really telling the idiot who cut you off how you feel.

I have.

So, I constantly monitor my thoughts to make sure they are positive and in keeping with the person I want to be. This is because my thoughts control my feelings which control my performance and I want to do my best at all times.

This isn’t easy by the way.

However I have realised that no matter what crazy thoughts you are having, the measure of you is not your thoughts, but the actions you take. That is the thoughts you act upon.

Actions, not thoughts, will determine what people think about you. Because they can’t hear or see your thoughts, they can only see and hear what you do or say.

This week really take note of what you doing or saying. Keep doing the things that work and stop the things that don’t.

It’s hard work, but the rewards will be amazing.

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. When you’re ready, here’s a couple of ways I can help:

  1. I’d like to invite you to join Marketing With Spike. It’s our free Facebook group for business owners and marketers who are growing and scaling their business by maximising and growing their customer lists. It’s got exclusive resources, content that will help you and your business grow. It’s got coaching from me, my team and others who are further down the journey than you are. The group’s free, there’s nothing to sign up for, nothing to buy. I’d like you to join us right there, right now. So click here and I’ll see you on the inside.

  2. If you’re an established retailer selling online or online and in-store who wants to find more revenue in your existing customer base jump on a FREE call with me. I know we’ll determine at least three ideas you can implement to unlock that value from your prospects and customers in 45 minutes or less! Book your call.

Quote for the week

“The true test of civilization is not the census,
nor the size of cities, nor the crops – no,
but the kind of man the country turns out.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Do one thing at a time

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Monday Motivator

Good Morning

Your brain is one of the most powerful computers on the planet. As of Feb 2020 there is believed to be 7.8 Billion more. I am talking about your brain.

When you are awake you have multiple programs running – breathing (always good), heart beating, seeing and hearing etc. We then might run the program of driving to work and once that is finished run the program of sitting at our desk.

However what we try and do is have lots of programs running at once and so, like a computer with too many windows open, our brain slows down.

We are not good at multi-tasking.

Because when we multi-tasking we are not doing those jobs to the best of our ability. Our brain has slowed down trying to do too many things at once.

To be more efficient, and do a better job, we should do one thing at a time.

This week try it yourself. Concentrate on one job at a time. You will be surprised at how efficient you become and how well you do things.

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. When you’re ready, here’s a couple of ways I can help:

  1. If you have a 6 figure ecommerce business and want to take it to 7 without working more hours, I will personally map out a strategy for you on a 45 minute call, Book a Call.

  2. Join the my free Facebook Group and connect with retail business owners who are scaling too. It’s our new Facebook community where smart business owners learn to leverage their existing customers and grow their business, Click Here To Join.

Quote for the week

“Work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back. The other four balls– family, health, friends, integrity– are made of glass. If you drop one of these, it will be irrevocably scuffed, nicked, perhaps even shattered.”

Gary Keller

 

Bursting your bubble

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Monday Motivator

Good Morning

Are you living in a bubble?

Todays MondayMotivator has probably reached you at your work bubble.

Which you got to in your car bubble, after leaving your home bubble. This evening you will most probably drive in your car bubble, to your gym bubble, or supermarket bubble, and then back to your home bubble.

Think about this for a minute. Thats a lot of bubbles. But your still, in a bubble.

Take a look around you and see who is there. If your in an office by yourself have a good look at your office.

Right. This is your work bubble. Do you like it? I’m grateful I do. But I do have to burst it sometimes and so I either go for a walk to the coffee shop up the road – my coffee shop bubble – or organise a meeting with someone.

Because you never know what is going to happen when you burst your bubble. I meet all sorts of interesting people walking up to, from and at the coffee shop. And at meetings I get inspired and come up with new ideas, or rehash old ones to make them better.

Opportunites will come when you burst your bubble. Walk instead of drive. Turn left instead of right. Make time to see your friends and clients.

Burst a bubble today and have terrific week.

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. When you’re ready, here’s a couple of ways I can help:

  1. If you have a 6 figure ecommerce business and want to take it to 7 without working more hours, I will personally map out a strategy for you on a 45 minute call. Book a Call

  2. Join the my free Facebook Group and connect with retail business owners who are scaling too. It’s our new Facebook community where smart business owners learn to leverage their existing customers and grow their business, Click Here To Join.

Quote for the week

“Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”

Rob Siltanen

 

What can I praise them for?

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Monday Motivator

Good Morning

With our busy lifestyles, there’s often not enough time to focus on the great things our partner brings to our life. In fact, we often only target the negative things that they say or do. Let’s reverse this and follow the rule:

— Catch them when they’re good.

What this means is that you need to heap praise on your partner every time they do things that you like. The best way to remember this is to ask yourself on a daily basis, ”What 2 things have they done today that I can praise them for?”
Then make sure you tell them before you go to sleep at night.

Try this today. It works for your work mates too.

Best regards,
Glenn Edley

P.S. When you’re ready, here’s a couple of ways I can help:

  1. To kick the year off I’m reducing my consulting fees by 70% for 5 people in January. This is an offer you’ll easily get past the boss. 5 people only. Reply and I’ll get you the details.

  2. Join the my free Facebook Group and connect with retail business owners who are scaling too. It’s our new Facebook community where smart business owners learn to leverage their existing customers and grow their business, Click Here To Join.

Quote for the week

“The way to develop the best that is in a person is by appreciation and encouragement”

Charles Schwab