Tony Robbins coined his own term for this concept- Constant And Noticeable Improvement- or CANI. Business (like life itself) should be focused on the concept of CANI. It’s like being on a golf course. If you’re aiming to get a hole in 1 and will
settle for nothing less, how many times are you going to have to strike that ball until it happens? How much time will you waste doing that? Good luck trying to get that hole in 1 after dark! It’s about moving forward, 1 putt at a time. Making one little improvement or speeding up just one minute factor in our sales/ administrative procedures each day might not feel like a massive change by days’ end- but after a year, you’ll definitely notice an improvement from when you started, won’t you?
If you find yourself flustered or feeling as if the day is getting the better of you, I encourage you to stop and ask yourself: Compared to yesterday, how are you doing? Is there anything you’re doing better than you did yesterday? If nothing comes to mind, think of just one thing- one action or attitude- that you could do better than you did yesterday. Commit to going just a little bit better and further at that one thing, and you’ll feel a renewed sense of power and purpose.
Try and it out and let me how you go- one putt forward at a time!