Be Mad, Don’t Get Mad
So your month started like last month ended…or ended opposite of how it started, huh? I know, you started the month off vowing to go back to the basics, but now it seems as though you’re the only one not selling anything.
Here’s my advice to you: Be mad, but don’t get mad.
Be mad at your situation, but don’t get mad at your process. The worst thing you can do is get mad- when you get mad, you lose your composure- quickly becoming agitated and make a big deal out of the smallest things; you become self-oriented-having a me against the world, I gotta get mine, mentality; start blaming everything & everyone instead of taking responsibility for your own efforts, and become uncoachable- nobody can tell you shit because they’re all out to get you.
When you get mad, you take shortcuts- the problem with that is when you shortcut your process you lengthen your time of recovery.
So Be Mad, but Get Consistent. Keep your thinking, speech, body language, and your effort focused on the results you’d like to see.
Have a great week on the Blacktop!