Wherever you are in the world, successful people share certain habits and traits. How does hard work and dedication draw opportunities closer to you? What is the truth about the grind it takes to be successful? On this episode, our good friend Glenn Twiddle joins us to talk about the biggest takeaways from the Million-Dollar Agent Summit and the differences and similarities between top high producing multi-millionaire Australian agents vs the mega producers in the States.
If something’s worth doing it’s worth doing badly to start and then improving. -Glenn Twiddle
Three Things We Learned
You won’t start out doing something well, it takes time
No one gets something perfectly done when they are new to it, but that doesn’t mean you should give up on it. If something’s worth doing, it’s worth being crap at it at first because no-one starts doing anything well. You can always work to improve.
A good foundation attracts good things
When you have something like hard work, dedication, grind and really great content as the foundation of everything you do - it attracts opportunity, people and profit. Those foundational virtues are magnets that pull people towards you.
There’s nothing wrong with choosing to grind and go hard
A lot of people look at people who are on the grind to build their business like they are doing too much. The truth is, some people would be happier to choose work-life balance over the grind and that’s okay. The key thing is not to criticize the grinders.
Success will always leave clues behind it, and the top producers all understand the necessity of all the outbursts of effort towards their goals. When it comes to really going after what you want, there will be seasons where you really need to grind it out. But the truth is, there are few successful people who look back at those years of grinding and going hard with regrets because it does pay off.