On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright is joined by best-selling author and motivational speaker Brian Tracy to talk about how you can successfully manage your time and increase productivity.
On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright comes to you live from his home in Treasure Island, Fla. to talk about to keep rowing your boat to build your business.
"Row the Boat" translates to energy, sacrifice and direction buoyed by a "never give up" attitude.
Row The Boat Analogy:
• Energy: is represented by the rowing of your Oar (which is a symbol of your strength). The oar takes you where you want to go as long as you exhibit the energy and don't stop rowing (by keeping your oar engaged with the water). This continuous rowing allows you to master the mundane (by developing the trained behavior of rowing).
The Energy Example: The Energy becomes the micro choice to execute the task of rowing away from your past with activity in the present.
For example: The Alliance rowing would be dialing and the oar would be the phone.
• Sacrifice -- is represented by the floating of your Boat (which is a symbol of endurance). The bigger your boat, the farther you can go. The more you sacrifice, the bigger your boat is going to get. Small boats sink in storms, big boats stay afloat through a storm. Your ability to float permits you to do the do (by accepting the mundane habit of floating).
The Sacrifice Example: The Sacrifice becomes the macro perspective to maintain the task in the future.
For example: The Alliance floating is staying connected while the boat represents depth and width.
• Direction -- is represented by the navigating of your Compass (which is a symbol exploration). The compass directs you to the opportunity. If you want to be extraordinary, you have to seek out the extraordinary. You can't discover your future without controlling your present course. Your attention to navigating what you can control prompts you to get your mind right (by forming a positive mindset).
The Direction Example: The Direction becomes the growth to mature while navigating within the present task.
For example: The Alliance navigating would be utilization of our ARC system and the compass would be setting and charting your goals and growth within its system.
On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Adam and Beth Katz talk with Brandon Manley about how to quadruple your business this year.
On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Beth Katz guest hosts for Andy Albright, who is in Texas on business, to talk about how to get out of your head and your own way to win big with The Alliance.
On this episode of The Wednesday Call podcast, Andy Albright comes to you live from his home in Treasure Island, Fla. for a special edition with Brian Tracy, a best-selling author and speaker.
Tracy’s goal for the show was to help show people how you can be more successful by helping more people.
You can’t give away what you don’t have. How many people would like to double their income? The simple answer is to double your face time with people. The numbers show that if you double the number of people you see and talk to then you will double your income.
The way you use your time will determine your results.
** How to set and achieve all your goals (7 things) **
Be specific … write it down. Decide exactly what you want
Make it measurable
Set a deadline
Make a list … keep adding to it
Organize the list by priority
Take action … now
Do something every day that moves you at least one step closer to your most important goal
What successful people do?
Rise by 6 a.m.
Read 30-60 minutes in your field daily
Rewrite your 10 goals every day – present tense, personal, positive
Plan each day in advance – make a list
Listen to audio in your car
Ask 2 magic questions: What did I do right? What would I do differently?
Treat everybody you meet like a million-dollar customer – including your family!
Do this daily … it works!