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Reflection on a Famous Quote – February 23, by Danny J. Stevens

“Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance.”

Samuel Johnson

This reminds me of the question, “How do you eat an elephant?”  The answer as we know is one bite at a time.  You can’t take huge bites, or try to gorge yourself you start with a bite and work your way to the end (pardon the pun).  How do you build a business?  It is in doing the basics, that which creates cash flow, again and again.   In a business conference, successful business owners mentored the group about focusing on the basics, about the process of create cash flow.   It wasn’t about philosophy, advertising, analyzing reports, to make the business a success requires doing that which creates an income over and over again.

A business mentor, Keith Cunningham, Keystothevault.com, teaches this to successful business owners.  Tom Hopkins will tell you to make a sell you have to be in front of the decision maker, not planning how to do it.  Both Keith and Tom agree to be successful requires doing that which create the cash flow over and over.  Keith has another saying, “Stay in line” and “to win you have to play”.  If you are constantly moving from one line to another you may never reach your objective.  Sounds like perseverance!  To win play, you have to be in the game not watching from the sidelines.

 

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