I was recording an audio presentation yesterday about recovering from a slump.  Ever been in one of those?  Of course we all have.  The audio actually outlined a 5 day process for climbing out of a slump and getting back on track.  I got to thinking that the same principles/activities should be used on a daily basis to put a person in the best position possible to always move forward and avoid falling into a slump in the first place.  So I am going to share one of the exercises you can use today to help set yourself up and program yourself for Success.
You can create a mental conditioning regimen that will help your success programming.  Make notes now of two or three times you were successful in your business life: getting the appt., making the sale, getting through the gate keeper, etc.  Now use the theater in your mind to create your success movies.  Re-live those moments in full color, with emotion, touch and smell.  Use your notes to make your movie as vivid as possible, hear what people said, feel the handshake, etc.  I want you to experience the feeling associated with that success.  Got it, great!!! Now what?
Every morning I want you to play that movie in the theater of your mind.  Experience that success everyday before you begin your business day.  Use your notes until it becomes easy for you to re-run your Success Movie.  Imagine how differently you will approach each day if you have already experienced success for the day.  You will be empowered to make the tough call, tackle a new project or ask for the sale.
I guarantee if you will practice this exercise for one month you will see a change in how you approach your business.  Not to mention the increase in your percentage of sales.  As solopreneurs you have to use every advantage you can to position yourself to overcome any obstacles.

About the Author: Donna Amos

I believe you can achieve anything you truly want to achieve. “It might sound trite, but time and time again, I’ve seen it happen with my clients. They overcome the fear of exposing themselves to the possibility of failure to creating profitable exciting businesses. My clients do great work, and sometimes it only takes someone else believing in them to give them the confidence to step out and take the chance.”