Getting to Zero

When you do your Thing are you helping people get from a ‘negative’ place to ‘zero’—that place of neutrality where everything is ‘normal’?

Marketing to a person or business who is in negative place and telling the them you can take them to amazingly positive place can seem like a huge—and unbelievable—step. But marketing to a person who is in negative place and telling them you can get them to ‘zero’ is not.

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I Get You

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I know where you are right now. You know you’re here to do something brilliant and even if you don’t know what that is yet you know you have to do it. You know you’re not doing your Thing, as it’s not easy doing what you’re doing.

You know that you have a talent for something and you ‘get’ that you’re allowed to make this your job, your work, your business. But it’s just not happening.

I get you.

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What I know about flow

I would love to tell you that I wake up in ‘full flow’ every single day and do my Thing with no distractions, interruptions or procrastination on my part. I would love to tell you that–except, of course, it’s not true.

What is true is that I know what to do, or at least what usually ‘helps’, to shift me into flow mode. It’s not always the same set of actions, but there are a few things I can choose from.

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How to swim 100 lengths

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I don’t mind sharing that when I get in the pool 100 seems an awful lot. A ridiculous amount in fact.

Even though I know I can do 100 lengths (I’ve done it before) my chatter will start.

“100’s a lot”, “you don’t need to do 100 today”, “today looks like a 50 day, maybe 60”, “the pool is busy, you’ll never be able to keep going”, “etc…”

We all have chatter. It’s just a question of whether or not we listen to it.

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Do what you like

Isn’t it interesting that sometimes we can get sidetracked into doing something we don’t like. You might not realise it at the time—it can sneak up on you and before you know it there you are with a lot of work, or clients, or ‘jobs’ you don’t actually like on your ‘to do’ list.

But there are two ways to deal with this…

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The worst thing you can do

Your job is always to do your best, not your worst. And the worst thing you can do is create muddle and indecision. Limbo is not a great place to be. So don’t take anyone there.

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