Brooke talks about how you want to focus on what results you produce each day, rather than what you’re “doing”
The results I want is high ticket sales and clients daily, but the activities to get there are many small steps and sometimes I don’t hit the “end result” each day, but instead, am working on components within the path of booking clients.
But I don’t feel very accomplished when I’m working on the components without the end result each day and thinking like Brooke how those “activities” don’t matter, what matters is the result.
So, how can I tell the difference between “activities” and result-based activities if I don’t see the result each day?
I think I’m just a little unclear and want to live a “results-based” day instead of “activities based day”
Can you give me some examples?