Learn to Love It


Husbands, not me of course, who hate to do a chore or task quickly learn that if they do it poorly, they don’t have to do it at all. Life is no different. Salespeople go through sales shunning, botching or doing things they hate about sales haphazardly or poorly in hopes we won’t have to do them again. We can turn in our receipts and mileage on time because we want to be reimbursed or paid. That we get. We struggle a little more with cold calls, follow-up appointments with reluctant prospects, reports and things that we don’t like.

Over the years I’ve learned it’s being able to do the hard things well that can catapults us out of average and into more control, more opportunities, more open doors. I may not like certain chores or tasks, but I’ve learned to love the benefits that come with doing them well. If you can’t learn to love the things you hate, then at least learn to love the benefits of doing a hated task well.

“It is amazing how quickly the kids learn to drive a car, yet are unable to understand the lawnmower, snow blower or vacuum cleaner.” ~Ben Bergor

photo compliments of Arkadyevna

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