All lasting results require a regular system of actions to achieve an outcome.
Think about someone who has reached the status of being 100 pounds overweight.
It doesn’t happen by accident.
As someone who has packed on 50 extra pounds at various times, I know the warning signs.
I get a second – or third! – sandwich at McDonald’s.
Suddenly decide I’m in the mood for Chips Ahoy, then buy, and eat, a whole bag.
Almost as suddenly it occurs to me that I’m feeling tired and cease to do any exercise at all.
And once I’m in the groove, it’s amazing how these behaviors continue, over time.
When I’m really feeling the roly-poly, my efforts, and results, start to deliver compound effects.
But achieving overweight is not the kind of system we consciously create – it happens by default.
The same is true for your lack of sales that come as a result of not marketing.
A lack of activity is a system in itself.
On the other hand, creating a marketing system is easy.
And you will see sales if you pick an effective set of tools.
But there is only one component common to every effective marketing system.
We talk about it in the paid edition of Timeless Profit Principles, which comes to your mailbox every morning at 5 a.m. (Hint!)
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See you on the high side, FG.