Instead of focusing on perfecting your weaknesses why not spend your time and energy focusing on perfecting your strengths while finding a few partners who can fill in the gaps where you are lacking.
There are tons of folks succeeding in business right now who have never heard of this law. But upon further examination, I realized that they are doing so because they have unconsciously adopted the principles that make up this law.
Instead of making a promise to find at least 1 new client a week, promise yourself that you will stop the “random acts of networking.” Promise yourself that you will no longer attend events that will have any less than 70% of your ideal clients in attendance.
Success is like a stool and no stool can stand firmly with only two legs. In order to maintain balance, you need to have at least three. Your business’ success stool is comprised of 3 elements; vision, resources, and alignment.
As we’ve seen many times before, life is short and no one knows the hour of their passing. Therefore, choose to live everyday doing something that you love. Choose to live in the now instead of yesterday and tomorrow.
Probably one of the biggest overlooked resources that can often get put on the back burner because you are “too busy” is your personal network. You have got to get out and meet people face to face, creating valuable relationships that will inevitably keep you top of mind.