Week 26 – A Sense of Urgency

I am just discovering the sense of urgency. Not that I never heard about it, it’s just that something in my blueprint clicked differently on it. I am now applying the Franklin Makeover approach, looking for the sense of urgency all around me. It’s easy in spring time to spot it with birds. I am surrounded by them (a forrest begins at the end of my garden), and their quest for food is a perfect example, because their nest is built and the baby birds are tweeting (THEY don’t need a computer to do this 🙂 ) Last day, I observed the sense of urgency by its absence. A new distributor in my network marketing organization had initially done an excellent job with one of her prospects, touching his heart desire. But she failed to ask for his decision right away, and consequently her good prospect, who probably spoke with too much enthousiasm to one of his relatives, vanished forever. It was litterally as if that person had disappeared from the surface of the earth. If someone could convert this unskilled networker’s innate talent to make people disappearing from their reality into the show business domain, he would outclass David Copperfield from head and shoulders and become one of the richest persons on the planet. Unfortunately, network marketing is not the showbiz arena, and that talent has no worth in there, except one: to leave us with an experience from which we can improve our skills for the next prospecting encounter. I learned it from Mark Januszewski who shared something during a life MLM Q&A session which triggered my...