Don’t Wish for it to be Easier, Wish for You to be Better

This is another thought that Chris and I discussed on Monday.  I brought it into full practice yesterday.  I had 32 conversations yesterday. 32 lead generating conversations.  From that I received one good lead.  Not the greatest ratio for lead generation.  I could absolutely wish for that to be easier.  Why can’t I just call a person and they give me a solid lead every time?  Why can’t leads just come to me?  Why do I have to work so hard for every single lead that I get?  I could ask myself all of these questions. Or I could pick up the phone and make another call.  Getting those 32 conversations took 76 dials.  I just kept picking up the phone.

I am pushing myself to ask the questions that I need to ask. I am having better conversations because of it. I am working on making myself better.

I am so grateful that I got to go on a run with Nora yesterday. I had told her that I run in the mornings and she said that she wanted to run. So we had an open night and I took her over to the Roosevelt track and she did three short runs with me. She asked if she could stop and I pushed her to make it to the end that we had already agreed upon.  She did.  I am so proud of her.  Afterwards she first said that she never wanted to do that again.  As we were walking home though, she asked if we could do it again this weekend. Not tomorrow or the next day or the next day. Let’s do it Sunday. : ) I love her so much and I am so grateful to have her in my life.

I am grateful for great business partners. Tom and I worked so hard at wholesaling.  It did not work for me.  So now Tom is coming to me to sell his rehabs.  I am so grateful for Tom.

I am so grateful for consistently getting to know new people. I spoke in length with Bob at my DMBE networking meeting.  He and I had a lot more things in common than at first glance and I made a solid connection with him. I am so grateful for Bob.

Thank you for this life!

~Ryan Lynch