I can confidently say I have continued my daily reading from the first challenge, without any plans to stop any time soon. As I mentioned in my last post, Spin Selling by Neil Rackham is not as spiritually rejuvenating as my first read, but mentally stimulating none-the-less. It has taken some time to get to the meat and potatoes of it, but now that I’m there it’s fascinating!
He has scientifically proven the most effective sales method in larger account/longer cycle sales. I think it was Robert Kiyosaki who said if you want to be successful in life, you will have to learn how to sell. When it comes to sales in my experience, there was always an invisible wall I had a hard time breaking through. Logically I knew it was in my head, my scariness held me back! Along with my new commitment to the “love myself, don’t feel bad” mantra I have decided to take the scariness away from sales. Which is why I’m really enjoying Rackham’s book. It takes the scariness from SALES and provides a fundamental approach to asking “Need Payoff” questions to achieve results you are looking for. I highly recommend this book!
The toughest part (as with anything you learn) is the execution/action/implementation of what we learn. I will continue my reading… and keep you up to date…
Now the actual point of this post is to introduce our next challenge! 2 Nutribullets a Day!
It’s not going to be super strict or crazy. I found this old post from a gym who did a similar challenge with their clients, it seemed simple enough.
Note: I’m not trying to starve myself, lose a ridiculous amount of weight, or count every calorie! Also, I am really going to do my best to have creative Nutribullet recipes!
Here are the guidelines:
- 2-Nutribullets per day (veggie/fruit in the morning, veggie in the evening)
- Less alcohol
- Less processed sugar
- Less junk food
My goal during this challenge is to evaluate how I’m affected mentally, physically, and spiritually. Does what we put in our body matter? Of course, I know it does… but to what extent? How will this affect my daily reading habit? Or my weekly yoga practice? Or my sleep schedule? Or exercise? Does it have any affect on my thoughts, confidence, self-talk?
BTW, I’ve definitely been eating whatever this week in preparation for 3 whole weeks of eating a ridiculous amount of veggies!
To be continued… 🙂