Get up and Go Marketing delve into the One habit of self-made millionaires
Get Up and Go Marketing is always looking for new tips to help their workforce excel as entrepreneurs. This week they are discussing the essential habits author, Lewis Schiff has highlighted that unites the highest earning entrepreneurs. He recently released a book called Business Brilliant through which he delves into the seven most important traits all millionaires have. Within his conclusion, he specifies the critical traits he believes separates millionaires and the middle classes.
Essentially, Schiff argues that the middle classes try to excel at everything while the most successful entrepreneurs focus their efforts on one or two things they know they are good at.
Get Up and Go Marketing want all of their young professionals to aspire to achieve simplicity in their lives. Through their business development programme, the firm is trying to give their contractors the skills needed to facilitate this success. They are adamant that Schiff’s analysis will provide their workforce with the focus they need to succeed.
The firm is using this as inspiration for this week’s workshops, and are providing their workforce with some tips to remaining focused. The first thing Get Up and Go Marketing has asked their contractors, is that they attempt to simplify their lives by cutting out the things they believe are unnecessary. Whether this is people or activities, Get Up and Go Marketing are adamant that simplicity is critical for success in the future. Following this they want their young professionals to write out what they think they are good at and how they believe they can continue to work on these things in their own lives.
The Managing Director, Elliott Curtis, has spoken out about the importance of focus stating:
“Focus is essential to success. In my experience, I remember that decluttering my lifestyle was one of the most important changes I have ever made.”
Elliott Curtis will be heading up this week’s workshop and discussing how decluttering one’s lifestyle can have an impact on success in sales and marketing. He argues that this simplification process is so essential to advancement within the sales industry because the sales role itself is relatively time intensive and requires a majority of one’s focus for one to become successful.