When I started my first business around age 21, I had a mentor teaching me the ropes and giving me assignments to help me reach my goal but I wanted to know how I would know when I would succeed and see some results. I wanted to know exactly what it would take to get there. That’s when he taught me about the WIT concept. “What is that?”, I asked. He said, “Whatever It Takes”. You’ve got to be willing to do whatever it takes to reach your goals.
By adopting this principle and idea, I tripled the size of his business in less than a year.
Don’t see obstacles as roadblocks but opportunities to think creatively and flex your problem solving muscles because when you’re committed, there’s ALWAYS a way.
I want to give a HUGE shout out to a husband and wife who are practicing the WIT concept this month. We’ve been working to get a Boot Camp off the ground for a rapidly growing community in Ashburn and Kelli Dillon stepped up and recruited enough people to make it happen.
Here’s the amazing thing. Kelli just had her 6th, count’em, 6th child 3 months ago. She had every reason to say, y…