LOW or NO Production?

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Thursday, February 13, 2020 Under: Personal Development

I want to talk about production. So the title of this blog is low or no production.

I've learned this from my mentor Ray Higdon and he always says it's okay to have a week of low production, but it's not okay to have a week of no production. And I really adopted it and that's something that I really like to go by. So, when you’re building your home based business, life happens. Some weeks you have things happening, you have family things, you have other things, if you're doing the business part time, maybe your work is a bit busier, or whatever, and you can't be always on the top of your game, you can't be always crushing it and you can't be always full on hundred percent in the business.

It's understandable, life is going to happen, there's only a few people that can go hundred percent all the time. And it's okay to have a day of low production. So sometimes maybe you want to hang out with the kids all day, you want to do things and that's totally cool. That's the reason why you building the home based business in the first place to be making the money, to have the freedom etcetera. So it's totally understandable.

However, it's all about consistency and it's all about building habits. So if you want to build a habit at something, then you want to do it every single day. So that's why I always say it's okay to have a day of low production. Maybe you were busy, maybe you were with the kids, maybe you're doing something else, and maybe you're attending a training event or whatever it is and you don't have that much time to go hundred percent productive all day, you know, on the phone, messaging people, etcetera. It's totally cool. But do something. Never have a day of no production. Have a day of low production. That's cool, right? But do something. You know what I mean?

It doesn't take that much to get on your phone and send five messages to somebody. It doesn't take that much for me to pull out my phone and go live with you guys for 10 minutes. You know what I mean? And then I can do whatever I want to do for the rest of the day like today, we've got a training event here in Luton. We're going to get started in about half an hour. So I'm just setting up the room and everything and I thought why not jump on and do a video you know what I mean?

My advice for you is never have a day of no production. Always do something that moves you just a little bit closer towards your goal that moves you to a little bit closer towards those dreams. And it may be a few messages. It may be a few posts on social media, it may be a couple of phone calls, it may be a Facebook Live or whatever it is, but do something every day so that at the end of the day, when your head hits the pillow, you know, it wasn't a day of no production. It was a day of low production, but still, you did something to move yourself towards your goal, to move yourself towards your dream.

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Yours in success


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