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3 Simple Tools You Can Use Right Away That Will Help You Motivate Others To Success

3 Simple Tools You Can Use Right Away That Will Help You Motivate Others To Success

So much of our success has to do with our ability to connect with people in a way that inspires them to step out of their comfort zone and achieve their impossible, whatever that may be.

So how do we influence people in such a way? I would like touch on 3 simple tools you can use right away that will help you motivate others to success! It all starts with you putting yourself in the right emotional state.

STEP #1 Your Physiology/Body Language

Not too long ago I had the opportunity of hiring over 300 people for a large organization. That meant I had to interview hundreds of people to ensure I hired correctly. In the process, I got very good at determining who I was going to hire within minutes; the majority of the time I could tell before words were even spoken.

Before each interview I would watch the candidates walk into the lobby; I would watch to see how they carried themselves. Did they walk with confidence? How did they introduce themselves to the receptionist at the front desk? .

When it came my time to meet them I could immediately tell by their body language if they were a good candidate. Was there confidence in their handshake? Did they look away when they shook my hand? Did they demonstrate bold enthusiasm in the process?

First impressions certainly have a great impact on the people you meet every day. They too are making judgments (most of the time without recognizing they are) on the way you carry yourself.

Here are a few ways to make sure your physiology is right:

First of all, ask yourself these questions: Am I sleeping, eating, exercising, and hydrating enough to have the energy I deserve? Did I take my Xyng today? So much of how we feel is a direct result of simply taking care of our physical selves.

When you first take care of yourself, soon you have a success story of your own and people are drawn to that.

STEP #2 What You Focus On

Many of you know I am a former base- ball pitcher and pitching instructor. Over the last 13 years, I have worked with thousands of pitchers so I have come to understand what pitchers need to focus on to succeed on the mound, such as the current pitch, simple mechanical cues, the catcher’s glove, etc. A pitcher gets in trouble when he focuses on the wrong things, like how great the hitter is, the last pitch, how bad the umpire is, fielding errors, etc.

When a pitcher is focused on the wrong things they are often focusing on things they cannot control. To help them in the process, I go through a series of exercises to help them focus on what they can control. The exercises often involve their physiology and learning to focus on this pitch right here right now! I teach them to play the game one pitch at a time.

In our industry, it is easy to get caught up on focusing on the things that are not important. Certain thoughts and tasks keep our minds cluttered and keep us from success, like my success story at Xyngular isn’t as good as Tom’s, I wish I could present the products as well as Peter does, I thought they would be a great leader, I don’t know enough about the compensation plan to be effective, etc. Such thoughts keep us from achieving the results we are expecting.

Learn to keep it simple and focus on what you can control, such as your enthusiasm about Xyngular, confidence in what you do know about the products and Xyngular, your physiology, your next appointment, finding your next Distributor, and so forth. Learn to play this game one contact at a time.

STEP #3 The Language You Use With Others and Yourself

What is the voice in your head saying to you all day? We’ve all heard this quote from Ralph Emerson but it still rings true: “You become what you think about all day long.” Most of us have a vision of what success means to us. The majority of us know what we want but don’t necessarily know how to go out and get it. Do you know why? A big part is our limited beliefs. We tend to tell ourselves what we “can’t” do more often than what we “can” do. We are afraid we can’t be successful, but yet we also fear success. So we constantly sabotage ourselves which in turn destroys our own successes.

Once you believe in yourself and your true abilities, then you become a better influencer. My challenge for you today is to be an “I can” person and avoid being the all too common “I should” or “I would” person. I am convinced that if you follow these 3 key principles of success, you will be successful and be an inspiration to those around you. Once you under- stand who you truly are and what you can become, being a person of influence becomes second nature.

3 Simple Tools You Can Use Right Away That Will Help You Motivate Others To Success

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