While we dig further into filling the stadium’s crowds of cheers, we must be focused on our influence circle. And, of course, those we have a relationship with or hoping to work with. Sometimes, we are connected to people that might not be the right group that is best for us.
It brings back memories of growing up, and my momma told me I needed to select my friends carefully. Why? Because our reputation is based on the people, we keep.
With this in mind, How are you creating the circle you want to influence? Are you really searching for people who behave in the way you’d like to be a model for? It is time to pay attention to your personal life and business. Whatever happens in your personal life will impact your business and, in turn, affect your business. To ensure that you bring your stadium to life with enthusiastic fans, you have to determine the person you are and what you can do to help others.
Think about the following before deciding who you will influence that will, in turn, not only give you more power but also help you to accomplish more:
Assess the strengths as well as weaknesses.
This is crucial when it comes to forming your circle and fully accepting help or advice. You should make a list of things that you are able to complete without hesitation or hesitation, and also a list of things that take more of your time and energy and are all exhausting. After you’ve identified these, you are able to easily delegate those tasks that are more demanding to other people, allowing your time for tasks that can improve your work and personal life.
Don’t be afraid of showing and sharing
to make knowledge powerful; you must put it into practice. To grow your team and also your audience, and your circle, you need to be prepared to share your knowledge. It is essential to share the things you’ve found helpful, whether it’s the service you have found to assist them or a publication that might inspire them.
Take your time.
We all have the option of choosing and have to live our lives according to our decisions. But, by studying and listening, we will discover the perfect group to help us to accomplish our objectives. If your aim is to get more time or to be more efficient at work, that is a decision that you must make, and often that requires the decision to let go. Trust me when I say that it can initially be difficult, but once you let go, you’ll realize that it was all necessary to be successful.
PS. In the near future, we will provide more details about filling your stadium.
Carrie Wilkerson is the voice of the past. From corporate life to teaching high school to direct sales, she’s been there and done it professionally as well as personally. A night-time mom to 2 toddlers after the adoption process, she’s priorities quickly changed, and so did her work environment. She’s since started several businesses and has coached others to achieve the same feat while also dealing with the burden of debt, dropping 110lbs, and having two more children, making the total of four children, from the age of infant to 12!