Be A Tomorrow Thinker

Ocha Nix

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Have you ever come to a point in your business where things just don’t seem to be happening? Do you have “dry spells” where activity in your business just slams to a halt? We all have experienced this at least once in our business.

So, what do you do during a dry spell? Many people may panic and start rushing around trying to figure out what in the world is going on while other gets ready close shop. It is not uncommon to sense a bit of panic, but if you were to become really frustrated, it would be a more appropriate attitude.

Why is frustration better than panic? If you are in a panic, you have no idea what is going on nor do you know what to do to correct. Frustration indicates that you are aware of everything and that you know if you make certain changes, you can correct the situation and soon you will be back on track.

Some things you can do to avoid the panic during slow times, is to take each day and do those things that you know will provide the desired results. If you have a plan, as you should, then you can work the plan and come out ahead on the up swing.

Just because business slows, does not mean you have to crash and burn. Do that which you know works. If you have an online business, maybe you know you have to submit articles on a regular schedule. Always test and tweak your ppc campaigns. Work on your content and link building to improve your ranking.

By doing these things, and those that work in your business, on a daily basis, you will always be moving ahead. Be a tomorrow thinker because those that caused today’s pain cannot touch tomorrows potential.

Therefore, as you focus on the results, work the processes, in the end; you will be exactly where you want to be.

Ocha has been in sales and sales management for over 23 years. He was among the top 5% in sales while working in electronic distribution as account manager for a national distributor. He was responsible for one of the company's top accounts, a world wide OEM.

He has has received several awards for exceeding expectations and goals. He also served as Area Sales Manager where he excelled in setting record high sales for his area of responsibility.


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