This is Part 2 of the Sales Tip I shared last week.
Today we are focusing on allowing our mind to take short periods of time away from thinking about our goals.
It is a conscious practice of rejuvenation.
It’s a pro-active pause in the activity to catch one’s breath and to ensure there is a balance between action and non-action.
When you are feeling that you have been on the ‘go, go, go’ and not giving yourself enough time to ‘rest, rest, rest,’ your mind will resist doing any more activities…
and you will be less accountable to your business and yourself.
As an example of why it is essential to take these rejuvenation stops, listen to your favorite song and notice the rhythm, the melody, the phrasing of how the song is composed. Notice each beat and instrument. Also notice when each instrument rests. It is these rest periods that create the mood of the music.
Without the rest periods, all there would be is beat after beat — beat, beat, beat, beat, beat, beat, beat, etc.
Without the silence, there is no music; there’s only noise.
Allow your mind to create the development of your goal as a beautiful composition…have fun, do something completely un-related to the goal, or just quietly reflect on your day and what you want to do next.
When you give your brain rest stops, it will be much easier to be consciously accountable to your goals as a sales professional.
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Go For Yes Success Strategist
Speaker, Best-Selling Author
CEO, Chi-To-Be!, LLC