This is a great question that I was asked recently. In our current marketplace there are those who want to focus on doing spiritual work but not really tactical business strategies. Or the other side of the spectrum who want to throw a checklist and template for every single thing and swear that is what is causing them to make deposits on a regular. So what gives? Which one is it?
In my opinion BOTH are necessary.
Spiritual work means you’re doing the inner work to get to the bottom of your fears and develop your faith. Those who do so also are building legacies and not subscribed to the ATM mentality running rampant these days. They’re in for the long haul. They tithe which allows for quantum leaps income wise.
But praying, meditating, and journaling with no physical action isn’t going to do much sis. It can’t be the whole strategy.
If you’re an entrepreneur you’re going to have to TALK to people to move forward in your business. There is no getting around it.
Relationships need to be formed for loyalty to be created. #facts I don’t know what relationship can be formed without conversation.
Entrepreneurship is a spiritual undertaking. I don’t care what anybody says. All your issues come to the surface and have to be dealt with. It’s like the largest mirror on the earth. So you would be wise to #getyourlife spiritually when becoming one. So long answer yes spirituality affects sales. It absolutely does.
Do all the things but don’t be deceived into a “faith without works” experience either.
Build relationships. Create offers. Sell offers. Repeat
Got it? Good!
Until next time…
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