If you’re not familiar with PAC (Power Affiliate Club) it’s a delightful surprise in that it’s a small community that has an incredible “WOW” factor. PAC is moving into its 4th year in 2018 ….
Which is – the mission to help bloggers, new and seasoned increase their visibility online.
I mention PAC because when it started 3 years ago it really didn’t have direction. It just started and people who joined helped to shape it and move it towards into what it is today. It has grown slowly and steadily.
I can think of other things that are slow and steady.
I joined a gym. I was so hyped up about it that I got into a “mental tangle”. I felt like I was the Energizer Bunny racing to the finish line to achieve my goals – as if over night I would look thinner and gorgeous! Right? Wrong.
What I didn’t pay attention to was – change takes rime.
Change is slow and should be steady.
There’s something to be said about taking your time to see how things morph into what you want – not rushing them.
Now this is true with business too! And going to the gym everyday has taught me more about one step at a time.
- immersion – immerse yourself in your passion
- endurance – endure the mundane and keep going
- results – see the results
There are rewards in each step.
Each day yields a reward. You may not see it because it’s so minute. But it’s there. I’m sure you’ve heard the saying somewhere – “Small steps lead to huge results” and it’s true.
So where did the general population get the idea, especially online, that success online can happen over night?
I can’t help it. I have to keep writing about this because it will make a difference in your life as well, in your business, in what ever you set out to do.
The other day my son said to me “I always walk the dog!”.
What’s always? Every day? Every other day? Once a year? In his mind, he’s thinking he walks the dog probably every day – feeds him too! The reality is – he rarely walks the dog. Mom and dad do…. (that would be me).
There’s a huge difference between what you think you do and what you actually do.
The biggest lesson in life is action – living in reality, not just in your thoughts, will yield the most and best results.
Slow and steady