6 Personal Perspectives

Dated: 10/18/2018

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Want to take your career to the next level? Try implementing these 6 steps that I have learned in my time at Keller Williams called the 6 Personal Perspectives. These are foundational to how we do business and moving your business from good to great! 

Step 1: Commit to Self Mastery 
How can you be a master of your craft? The answer is simple. Practice. You can’t expect to be great at what you do without putting in the necessary time to get there. Are you a real estate agent and your focus is on listings? Then practice your listing presentation over and over again. There’s a saying that amateurs practice until they get it right, professionals practice until they can’t get it wrong. Don’t stop practicing until you know you can’t get it wrong! 
Step 2: Commit to the 80/20 Principle 
I wrote a great blog about this about 2 weeks ago, you can read more about it here:  https://www.thechaconasgroup.com/blog/281981/The+80+20+Principle To recap, the 80/20 principle is the idea that 20% of your efforts drive 80% of your results. There’s not enough time in the day to get everything done, so we have to prioritize and focus our energy on the activities that will drive the majority of our results. What are the “big rocks” in your day that are imperative to moving your business forward? Focus your energy on these tasks and either let go or delegate the rest of your to do list.  
Step 3: Move from E to P 
Have you ever hit a ceiling of achievement before and felt stuck? In order to break past this ceiling and continue to grow and be successful, you need to move from E to P, from the Entrepreneurial way to the Purposeful way. The Entrepreneurial way is the way that comes natural to you but isn’t necessarily the right or best way, the Purposeful way is doing things that might be unnatural for you and cause you to go out of your comfort zone. The Purposeful way will cause you to learn new models and systems to become more effective and break past the previous ceiling of achievement.  
Step 4: Make being learning based the foundation of your action plan 
In order to grow your craft, you have to know your craft. Take time each day or each week to learn more about the industry you are in. There is always more to learn, not to mention that your industry is probably constantly changing, so the best way to keep up and be relevant is to stay an active learner and make this a part of your action plan for success. 
 Step 5: Remove your limiting beliefs 
Spend a couple of minutes today thinking this over, do you have a limiting belief that may be in the way of great success in your business? If you do, what are you doing to remove it? Your mindset is so powerful and greatly influences whether or not you are successful. When you unlimit your beliefs, you unlimit your success. Don’t be the one to tell yourself you can’t do something, have a “can do” attitude and you will be amazed at what you can accomplish.  
Step 6: Be accountable 
If you have an accountable mindset, you will be able to grow and continue to improve yourself and your business. On the other hand, if you have a victim mindset where things are always happening to you, you will keep with the status quo. Take responsibility for the things that are on your plate and are under your control. Not only should you hold yourself accountable, but also surround yourself with others who have the same attitude so you can hold each other accountable. Accountability leads to growth. 

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