Why do you purposely stack the cards against yourself?
Your amazing potential for 100% forward progress in ONE area has been spread thin into 20% potential across 5 areas. Or worse, a meager 10% potential across ten areas in some cases.
Look, whether you like it or not, 20% potential for success is 80% remaining for failure.
In business, and in life you insist on doing this. Have you ever thought about it this way?
Everyone seems to prop themselves proudly up on the idea of “baby steps forward” as they spread themselves across so many things, not seeming to realize – even with insurmountable proof all around them – baby steps work in the opposite direction also.
If you’re continually trying to “do it all”, then you are
very likely going backward without even realizing it.
20% potentiality for forward progress coupled with 80% potentiality for backward progress is literally the definition of you moving backward. It’s a mathematical certainty.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Hi, I’m Lee Collins.
- Your implement for change.
- Your catalyst.
- Your probability enhancer.
- Your calmer of chaos, and
- Simplifier of the complicated.
Together, we work on baby steps toward your stated desired end result. One step at a time. One result at a time. Kaizen. Every day, continuous process improvement.
I literally will NOT let you talk with me about anything except your stated desired end result. Laser focus. To me, nothing else exists. As it should also be for you.
We only work on ONE thing at a time.
We get results and establish a control in ONE thing. Then we work to beat the control until we are satisfied with the results before we move on to working on something else.
- If you have a lead generation problem, that’s what we work on together. That and only that.
- If you have a conversion problem, that’s what we work on together. That and only that.
- If you have a back-end repeat sales problem, that’s what we work on together. That and only that.
- If you have a mindset problem with charging what you’re worth, that’s what we work on together. That and only that.
- If you have an automation and systems problem, that’s what we work on together. That and only that.
I Believe You Get The Idea.
When things are done this way, the end result is a fine-tuned machine operating toward YOUR stated desired end result.
You’ll have a scalable, survivable, secure,
efficient and effective business. And life.
(Because, if you haven’t noticed, they do tend to work together.)
If you have a “nothing is working and I have to do it all at once otherwise I’m going to go bankrupt and lose everything” problem, I can’t help you…
… unless you’re willing to slow down and adopt a new way of thinking, behaving and acting on one thing at a time in a way that works in your best interest even if you cannot see through your desperation enough to recognize it at first.
At times you will hate me. Other times you will love me. At the end of the day I ask, “do you want me to fill our time with butterflies, puppies and unicorn dreams, or do you want me to help you get results?”
My focus is on being effective, not co-miserating.
This is what I do and how I work for you. I have almost 2 decades of success doing the things you say you want to do, and I have helped countless clients get the same results.
There is nothing else to discuss. No questions you need to ask. No strategy sessions needed. Nothing to wonder about, pontificate, meditate on or contemplate besides “do I trust myself enough to take action in this new way of acting that will actually yield me the results I claim to seek”.
By the time you reach out to me, you should have already made your decision. This way, when we do speak, it’s to be sure we like each other enough to proceed, and to take care of the money part and get moving.
If you are ready to work with me, I’m here for you.
If what you’re doing is working for you, I celebrate your success and encourage you to keep on keeping on.
And, if you’re simply not ready or feel you “need to think about it or talk about it with your mom, dad, husband, wife, cousin, neighbor or Aunt Bettie first”, I honor your decision to continue doing things like you have always done them and continue to get the same results you have always gotten.