You feel like there’s a lot of energy flowing from your head when someone wishes you a happy New Year. The word “New” is a sign of hope and positive changes, which can bring about excitement and anticipation.
Every new year brings with it many resolutions. You will also find all the motivations and courage to get out of your comfort zone and do something new.
Perhaps you have considered trying out sales tools. Perhaps you were thinking about acquiring new skills. Perhaps you were thinking about opening up a new market. You may feel the power of the New Year’s mood, which can help you take the first steps to achieve your goals.
This is also a great time to decide which bridges you want to cross and which ones to repair. It is important to eliminate inefficient sales methods, counterproductive habits and outdated thinking. You might also be interested in finding a new way to do things that will lead you to a brighter future.
Accepting new things does not necessarily mean that we need to change our lives. Your most valuable assets are the things you already have. Your assets are your knowledge, skills, customers, friends, business, and the environment in which you live. You can always improve on what you already have so they can be your best assets.
You don’t have to reinvent everything you do. Maybe you just need to tweak the way you do it. It may be enough to adjust your prospecting approach, or your sales system.
To redefine your purpose in life, and to strengthen your belief in the business you are running, it is possible to revisit your inner self. An insurance agent might need to align with the following elements to increase productivity.
(a) Align vision and mission
Vision is the beacon that guides you on the way to success. Your mission is the reason for your existence. There are many factors that can change over time, such as competition and business environment. These changes could cause inconsistency between your vision or mission.
You need to align your vision and mission in order to ensure they are moving in the same direction. Your priorities will remain in your sights and you will be aware of where your focus should be.
(b) Align value and belief
Value is the most important thing in your life. Belief is what you believe. You may work as an insurance agent in a hostile environment. There could be situations or events that challenge your beliefs and value system.
You may find yourself in a crossroads and doubt your faith in the business. It is possible to be confused by the fact that some things you once considered important might not be.
A blurring of belief and value is not a good sign. Our belief system must be in place to help us distinguish between right and wrong. To make a decision, we need to use value judgment. We actually refer to our belief and value system to guide us in making decisions every day.
Harmonizing our beliefs and values is essential to make confident decisions. We should be able answer to our conscience about any decisions we make. This will ensure that we don’t regret them in the future.
If we fight with conviction, we are twice as armed.
(c) Align your actions and thoughts
It is impossible to think without taking action. Action without thinking is a nightmare.
Your thoughts are the source of creativity and strategies. Your actions are what bring about the results. You can create internal conflicts by allowing your thoughts to get in the way of your actions.
You can eliminate internal inconsistencies by synchronizing your thoughts with your actions. This will allow you to unite your strengths and attract positive outcomes. You’ll be able face any challenge with unwavering attention and dedication.
You can be confident that the New Year will bring you the best of you, once you have set up all the alignments.
Get on the mark! Spring into another year with renewed faith and energy.