On this episode, Andy Albright and special guest Jeff Bright talk about the word excellence and how that is defined at The Alliance.
On this episode of The Wednesday Call, Andy Albright comes to you from Clark, N.J. in the middle of three boot camps this week.
Grab a pad and pen and get ready to take notes as he hits you with the big question: "What If?"
On this week’s episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Adam Katz and Terry Edwards guest hosted the show while Andy Albright is traveling this week.
The duo opened the show by discussing the Bon Jour Tour incentive contest being held this year for people to win a trip to Paris and Switzerland in 2019. All The Alliance’s partner carriers are on board to help support this trip for you to go to Europe.
Adam Katz talked about the important of white sheeting and why you need to do it on a weekly basis. Make up 10 goals and keep working on checking them off. If you want to have more than 10, that’s even better. Figure out which goal will help you knock the other nine fastest and do that for the next 12 months or until you get it done. Focus on doing what keeps moving you closer to your goals and keep working on it.
Are you teaching more than you are preaching? Are you doing more than you are talking about doing? Are you helping more than you are hurting? The more people you can help be successful, the more successful you will be.
The biggest problem with communication is thinking that it has happened. You have to repeatedly overcommunicate everything … even the basics everybody should know. Teach it, Listen and Correct … at every step of your interactions with people on a daily basis.
Both Adam and Terry shared their history with The Alliance and how they first met Andy Albright. Both men had reached levels in life where they felt helpless, but not hopeless. Through The Alliance, they found a system where they had hope again and could find the financial freedom they sought when things looked bleak years earlier.
There are some practical things that you can do to put yourself into position to win.
Get a milk crate so you can take multiple apps in the home with you.
Have a schedule and work it.
Get 1 percent better each day.
Work on you. Read and get better with books and by listening to audio.
Use The Alliance Playbook. It keeps your thinking on track.
Don’t be a minimalist and control the things you can control.
#TheAlliance #DoTheDo #PremiumPointsParis
Andy Albright hosted this week’s The Wednesday Call podcast from The Alliance headquarters in Burlington, N.C.
Andy dove deep into how to get people to connect their hearts, hands and how to get people to do!
What do I need to do to feel like I can be rich? First, what do you want?
Focus brings energy and urgency. The biggest lie being told in America is that we have plenty of time. How do I find one more to get this? Keep it simple.
Ask things like …
Do you sign up early?
Can you commit fast?
Can get one and then another one?
Is there anything I can do about it?
If so, do that and then ask, “Now what?”
Too many people are focused on the wrong stuff. They focus on distraction instead of action.
You should focus on structure and order. Ask people that say they want something if they have gotten their insurance license yet. Successful people spend 95 percent of their time on solutions and actions and only five percent of their time on looking at problems. Be like Paul in The Bible and say, “I focus and I press forward.”
Tell me how you think? Andy believes in white sheeting to plan his action.
Decide what you want to do and what you want. Then, you can prioritize based on that.
Write it down! Think on paper. Touch and see … bring energy.
Set deadlines. Be specific. Make subdeadlines. Think about now and right now.
Make a list for everything. Think about what you need to do.
Organize. Come up with a sequence that will help you be successful.
Do Something! Do, Do, Do. Stop thinking and start doing. Move!!!
An average plan vigorously executed is better than a brilliant plan on which nothing is done.
Resolve to do something. Everyday do something that moves you toward your goal.