Simple Wins

mindset May 23, 2021
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You can make the process of building a client base straightforward or painfully complicated.


In all my years of building businesses I can tell you that the simple ways have always worked best. 



At its core for you to build on a successful business you need to do 3 things well:

  1. Identify people with a need for your product or service.
  2. Ensure that that person or business has the means to buy.
  3. Get the order by demonstrating that what you offer is worth the investment.

That is all.

No matter how complex of a business, nearly every successful business owner I know understands this simple truth. If your process is more complicated. It’s costing you.



Once you determine who and how you will prospect, how will you know if it’s actually working and if the activity is worth your time?

To this day I track my time and review my (and my teams) activities weekly. It’s a simple habit that keeps everyone accountable. 

Over the years I’ve let this habit slip a few times and once in a while I find myself saying that I’m too “busy” to track my progress. Ironically, it’s those exact times that I “reboot” and take stock. 

See every time I think that I’m “too busy” to track activities it’s very likely that I’m spinning my wheels on something that isn’t worth the effort.

Tracking activities forces accountability.



Nothing turns me off more than someone who says they’ll do something and they don’t deliver. 

Don’t be that person. I would bet that one single action/non action kills more business than anything else. 

If you say you will do something you must do it or quickly communicate why it can’t happen as originally planned. It’s that simple.

If you don’t take your own commitments seriously than how can a client believe anything else you say?



Whether you’re prospecting or on boarding a client ensure that you clearly define the kind of ongoing interaction and service your clients can come to expect.

This action alone will set you apart as a true professional and shows that you are someone that can be counted on.

In a world of instant gratification and quick connections we're all subconsciously looking for consistent people in our lives.

Are you that person?


To Your Success,

Marcin Drozdz

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