If you can do it and almost no one else can, that’s what YOU do.
If someone else can do something, then they do THAT.
The Psychology of Momentum to Success
I remember listening to Mark Victor Hansen at an event 20 years ago. He said, “you have to do at least THREE THINGS every day to promote your book.”
He talked about how that might be something as humble as doing a tiny radio station in Idaho or an interview for a local newspaper. But you do three things EVERY DAY … until … you have achieved your ultimate outcome.
I remember following this advice to the letter. One year on Thanksgiving Day, I did two interviews promoting The Psychology of Persuasion. I did an interview on Christmas that year as well. Every day. All days. No exceptions.
THOUSANDS of other authors were out there taking the days completely off.
If you want ONE PERSON to BUY YOUR BOOK, you do the interview the days they are listening … and all the days they don’t, so they hear you on the podcast later.
Successful people have the habit of going extra miles.
This is why successful people tend to succeed again … and again. They fail as often as everyone else, but because they do so many things that all other people don’t do, they have success written into their future … through time.
Why is Gaining Momentum so Important? … and HOW do you do it?
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