Every single client I’ve ever worked with has at some point questioned my simplistic methods behind improving their lives.
It’s because every single solution I’ve ever come up with often comes down to 3-4 things. Every. Single. Time.
Once we identify the 3-4 things a person should be doing every day, the improvement my clients experience is remarkable.
And often times they’ll always remark on how simple the plan is.
But there’s a huge distinction between that simplicity and how hard it might be to execute.
That’s often an area of confusion for a lot of people.
Just because something is simple doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy.
If you want to be the best sales person in the entire world and the formula is laid out for you, it might be a simple formula but no one said it’d be easy to follow.
For example, let’s say you have to make 100 cold calls a day for a year.
That’s an extremely straightforward and simple plan, but that in no way makes its execution easy.
To have the dedication, consistency, not to mention extreme ability to take rejection day in and day out for an entire year, is no small feat.
But again, the actual plan itself is relatively simple in nature.
However, something important to remember is that often times, the solutions to life’s problems can (in most instances) be broken down into very simple plans.
Those solutions are only half the battle. Carrying them out is usually the hard part.