On this episode of the Activity podcast, Andy Albright comes to you live from his office at The Alliance headquarters in Burlington, N.C. in front of a live audience.
This week’s show was all about how to get to SEAL Team 20 fast and why Good Samaritan Bonus matters so much.
Listen in and take notes as Andy explains why you have to fall in love with the process and focus on the controllables. This applies to business and life.
Don’t worry about results. Worry about the activity and the work you are doing. If you don't completely reach your goal, who cares? Are you closer to it now than when you started reaching for it? That is the key. Keep trying to reach it when you come up short.
On episode 74 of the Activity podcast, Marvin Osuna interviews Kyle Keator about how he joined The Alliance.
You will hear how Kyle traded his salary as an engineer to earn $150,000 monthly and is still growing.
You will find out ...
How Kyle got started, how he changed, how he keeps things simple and how he quit a salary job to make insane money with The Alliance.
On this episode of The Alliance Activity podcast, Alex Abuyuan interviews Marvin Osuna to discuss how he got started, what changed in his life, why he started growing like crazy and what he did first.
Sit back, listen and take notes on this podcast to help you with your business.
On this edition of The Alliance Activity podcast, Andy Albright explains the six steps to establish goals. Listen as Andy tells you why to set goals and how to make your dreams come true.
10:06 – What one skillset would change everything dramatically if you focused on it and got great at it? What if you developed it and did it in an excellent fashion? Would you have the greatest positive impact on your business?
What if you set goals?
Humility, gratitude and giving credit to a higher power is one way to create a brighter future for yourself. If you are willing to set big goals, there is a team at The Alliance to help you. Do you believe deep in your soul that you were meant for more?
A person recently told Andy, “I want what all men want, but I want more.”
Andy’s biggest goal is to help people achieve their goals faster than they thought was possible. Andy believes it is his destiny and calling to help others. He wants to hear the words, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”
Zig Ziglar said, “Success is goals, and all else is commentary.”
Jim Rohn said, “Put it in a box this big and I’ll make up my own drama.”
Your time is precious. Why take forever to accomplish your goals? You can do it now.
The average intelligence with goals will smoke a genius who is not sure what he can do.
No. 1: Make goals! Work on them! Do it every single day!
A Harvard study conducted from 1979-89 found that among MBA students, only 3 percent had goals. A decade later, those 3 percent had earned 10-times more than their fellow MBA classmates.
How do you define happiness? Earl Nightingale said it was the progressive realization of a worthwhile ideal or goal. When you define steps to take and then make progress, you will be happy.
Greek philosopher Aristotle said man is a teleological being. Teleo meaning goals.
Write it down, make a plan and set about getting it done.
6 Steps to Set Goals
The first job of a leader is to determine the truth. Where am I, where are my friends and where is the enemy?
When you have goals, you can move from poverty to prosperity. You can move from frustration to fulfilment. You will rid yourself of underachievement and find success and satisfaction.
Simply put: you become what you think about most of the time.
Broke people think about what they don’t want. Successful people think about what they want and how they can get it.
Why not be successful? Let it occur to you, believe it can happen and want it to happen. Do you fear success or failure?
Step 1: You must write it down and be clear. It has to be tangible. Write it down and make it plain so you can see it. If it isn’t written down then it is not a goal. Write it and re-write it.
How will I measure success in the achievement of this goal? How can I measure my progress?
Writing is psycho neuro motor activity. It means when you write it down, you activate your: emotions, intelligence and your body. It activates your visual, auditory and kinesthetic senses. It programs you goal into subconscious.
Step 2: Measurable and Objective goals. You have to be capable of being analyzed. You don’t just say I want a lot of money or I want to do better. It has to be specific. Think about your activity, results and goals. Be specific.
Step 3: Time boundaries, schedules and deadlines
Keep it simple. Look at one week. Look at one month. Look at one year. Give it your best guess in those areas. Aim big and see if you hit it or even go beyond the goal. Maybe you just get close. At least you shot at it.
Break it down and create mini-deadlines. Do it for a day, week, month, etc.
Step 4: Establish where you are. Determine you starting point. Where are you now?
Like the Marines say, “Where am I, where is my buddy and where is the enemy?
Analyze your starting point. Know you numbers when it comes to dials, contacts, appointments, sits and applications. It all matters.
Step 5: Determine what’s in it for you. What are the reasons you want it? What is your why? Decide why. List reasons it will personally benefit you. The more reasons you have the more likely you will take action.
Your reasons are the fuel for the furnace of growth. What motivates you more: two reasons to do it or 40 reasons to do it? What do you really want? How badly do you want it? If the desire is there, you will start.
Step 6: Visualize and picture it
Say it, See it and Seize it!
What do you think about? What do you see in your mind? What does it look like? What do I want and how do I get it? Peter Drucker said when you find something getting done, you find a monomaniac with a mission.
If you feel it and emotionalize it, you go deeper and deeper in terms of making it happen. In your brain is the reticular cortex. Your recticular activity system makes you intensely aware and alert. People are resources and they have talent to help open opportunities to help you get it.
35:00: Where are you? What is your objective?
38:00: The starting point is desire
53:00: You have to see it before you can seize it!
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On this episode of The Alliance Activity podcast, Lead Performance Team manager Clay Mertes fills in as guest host for Andy Albright to talk about how you can get all the leads you need and the 5 things winners are doing RIGHT NOW!
The Lead Performance Team is a group who are committed to helping agents get in position to reach clients and help protect them with life insurance. This four-person staff was put in place to help agents maximize their success with The Alliance.
The system that Andy Albright has worked to develop over the last 20 years has a proven track record for success. The tools and resources that exist today were not there 15 years ago, but Albright has invested heavily to put in the infrastructure needed to blog this thing up bigly.
Agents with The Alliance that are "killing it" do 5 things well.
They don't care what the source of the lead is.
They don't care what kind of leads they get.
They don't care where they have to go to run business.
They find the best product to fit the client.
They maximize their book of business and leads by asking for referrals and conducting annual reviews.
To learn more from LPT, book an appointment at http://LPT.SimplyBook.Me