So today I’m talking to all of my people who’ve got a really big heart… and you’ve got a huge mission to heal and save and serve the world… and you just know with all of your heart that you’ve got something to give and share… and that can benefit everyone in the whole world… and you’re out to deliver this service to everyone… and you’re so passionate about it… and that you know you can help everyone if they would just if they would just listen… if they would just see the benefit of what it is that you do…
And the problem that you’re running into is that you’re running yourself ragged… chasing people down and an arguing with them… and trying to convince them to just love themselves and to take care of themselves and to care about themselves the way you do…
And so the problem with that is that the more you spend time trying to convince people who are quite honestly not ready—they’re just not ready for what you can provide—you’re taking time away because your time—you’re only one person—your time is limited. You’re taking time away from those people who not only can benefit from your service, but they’re ready—they’re ready right now.
And you can’t connect with these people. You can’t find them and you can’t serve them, because all of your time is tied up from doing other things besides what your true mission is, and your true mission is to serve.
So take some time, my big-hearted kind people. Take some time to figure out who your ideal client is because there are some people who are simply not qualified for your service.
Now before you get on the defensive and start defending these people, keep in mind i’m not saying that these are bad people or that they are unworthy people. I’m simply saying they are not qualified for the service that you provide. And part of that qualification means that they have to recognize the value of what you do. And if they don’t see that value yet, or they don’t value what it can do for them, then they’re just not a perfect match—they’re not as good of a fit for what you do.
So take some time—I would urge you to take some time to come up with a list or some sort of idea or profile for what your ideal customer looks like. And so instead of trying to convince people of the benefits that you can provide them, interview people try to find out where they are. What is it—what level of service they might qualify for—or if they even qualify for what you do.
And what you’ll begin to do is you’ll begin to get more of those ideal clients because you know what you’re looking for and you’re interviewing instead of chasing. And your time is free now to work with the people who really deserve—or who really qualify for what you do, and not just the people who need what you do. There’s a difference. Because just because somebody needs you doesn’t mean that you should be working with them—especially if they are not ready to see that they need you.
So, all my big-hearted and kind people who want to save the world… Please take heed to this and be more selective about who you work with because ultimately if you put people through a qualification process, you’re going to free yourself up to work with the best clients and that’s going to be better for you.
But you’re going to really be able to help more people because you don’t help anyone by just trying to convince them of something that they ultimately don’t do anyway, and then take away time from people who are ready to go but you can’t reach him because you’re busy.
So please consider this advice and…love you.