I want to talk about the law of momentum. I want to very quickly talk
about the law of momentum. Now, what is the law of momentum?
Well, the law of momentum states that a body in motion stays in motion and the body that is not in motion remains not in motion. So what does it mean? It means that if you stay ready, you don't have to get ready. I meet so many people say, “Well, when I get ready, I'll start doing my Facebook live videos. Yeah, when I get ready. Yeah. When I get ready, I'll start talking to people about my business. Yeah, as soon as I get ready, yeah, as soon as I get ready, I just need to do another five more trainings, then I get ready then. Yeah, when I get ready.” And they never get ready.
They're always getting ready to get ready because it's so difficult to get ready to do something, isn't it? I know. It's hard to get ready to start running. It's hard to get ready to do different things, because the beginning is always the hardest. Everything is hard, before it gets easy. So if you stay ready, if you stay in motion, it's easier to keep going in motion. It really, really, really applies massively to your business because in your business, it's exactly the same thing. If you are up and down like a yoyo, it's super hard. It's so hard because if you drop your business for a week, then you have to pick it all up, or it's a torture.
It's really difficult. But if you do what we call the daily method of operation, if you do activities every single day, seven days a week, that's right, you heard me right, crazy Gediminas, he's not giving me a day off. No, you don't get a day off. If you want to achieve your dreams, if you want to get your business into momentum, if you want to really rock and roll, then you do it seven days a week. Now like my mentor Ray Higdon says, “It's okay to have a day of low activity, but it's not okay to have a day of no activity.” There's a big difference.
It may be Sunday, and you may be chilling on Sunday, and you may be spending the day with your family and your kids, and you're cooking and you're doing all sorts of things. Cool. But do a little bit. You know when you go to toilet, send five messages when you're on the toilet. When you're having a break between stuffing your face with food, maybe put a post on Facebook. Do a little bit. It doesn't have to be 16 hour days, seven days a week. It doesn't have to be that, but you should be staying in motion all the time because if you do your business for five days, then you take two days off completely, it will wipe you out and then on Monday, you have to restart it again.
Now, have you ever pushed a car, when you're pushing a car at the beginning is freaking hard. It's barely even moving. And you're putting so much effort into trying to push this car, but when the car starts going, as you're pushing it, it's still it's not running. It hasn't got the engine going. You're pushing it, but it gets easier, doesn't it? You can almost run, you can almost run with this car now, right? Why? Because the car is now in motion. The car is now in motion. But imagine you push into this car and the guy who's sitting behind the wheel steering, it slams on the brake. What happens? And then you have to start again. So hard.
Well, a lot of you, that's what you're doing in your business. You get your business go on Monday is like, super hard, on Tuesday a little bit easier, on Wednesday, not too bad, on Thursday, almost running and Friday, you're kind of rolling and then you take two days off. And it's on Monday, “Oh my gosh. It's hard again.” Yeah, because you stopped going in motion. You stopped being in activity. You killed the momentum of your business. And some of you take a week off. Some of you take a month off.
After you take a month off, bloody hell, it's difficult to get it back up and running, isn't it? I know, and is that unique to business? No, do the same thing with your gym, don't go to the gym for a month. Like a lot of us after this quarantine will be suffering in the gym. When we start get going, you know what I mean? Like anything, if you drop something for a long time, it's really hard to pick it back up, isn't it?
The same thing applies to your business. So my advice for you, if you want to do it hard, then keep dropping it, be inconsistent, then it's going to be hard. If you want your business to get easy for you, if you want your business to be effortless, then stay busy. Stay in the momentum. Keep going, stay ready. Keep doing those daily actions. And this way, your business will get into momentum where you will some days it will feel like it's effortless.
People will be coming and registering in your team, your team members will be placing orders, you see that the team is expanding, new people are joining, and it looks like you don't even have to do anything, it looks like you're pushing this car and you could even let go and the car keeps running, doesn't it? Because you kept the business in a momentum for so long. That's why if you look at leaders who've been in the business for 10 years, 15 years, 20 years, and they stayed consistent, every single day, their business is exploding, it looks like their business is growing without them even doing anything. That's right, because they kept pushing it for the last 5, 10, 15 years. So stay in momentum. If you use this momentum, if you really understand it, and if you stay consistent, your life will be so much easier, not just in the business, but in many different areas of your life. And that's my wish for you.
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