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|Are you committed or interested in growing your business? Marketing Articles | May 25 , 2012
It actually does make a very big difference. Because getting to the bottom of that question reveals how badly you want success.So, are you committed or interested?If you are committed, you will basica...
It actually does make a very big difference. Because getting to the bottom of that question reveals how badly you want success.
So, are you committed or interested?
If you are committed, you will basically do whatever it takes to become successful. Here?s what that actually means.?You will:
? Get organized and schedule time in your calendar to market your business
? Finish your assignments from the home study course or workshop in a box
? Write and send your warm letters
? Network to meet lots of new people
? Join a BNI group
? Have coffee with members to get to know them
? Book speaking gigs
? Run teleclasses
? Build your list
? Follow up with low-hanging fruit
? Develop your system and have it ready to sell
? Take a no-excuses approach to everything on your list
In essence , you will do whatever it takes to achieve the success you desire.?You know what your goal is and you don?t allow yourself any wiggle room. Time gets scheduled into your calendar to work on your marketing and you are amazingly diligent about it.
On the other hand, if you are interested in growing your business, you will simply do what is convenient for you.?You will complete your assignments when you find the time. Do some networking. Maybe send out a few warm letters at some point.
Your approach will be all about when you have time and can find a way to work these crucial tasks into your schedule.?You allow yourself to fall back on excuses as to why it?s not the right time or you don?t have the time. Important steps fall to the bottom of your to-do list and you have steps you even avoid entirely.
The truth is you pay a high price for being interested in growing your business.?The lack of total commitment and dedication costs you dearly because it puts your ultimate success at risk.
See, here?s the thing, the difference between those who are successful and those who are kind of having a mediocre experience is the difference between doing whatever it takes and doing what is convenient.?Successful people do whatever it takes , especially when it?s uncomfortable.
All it takes is a single decision.?The decision to go for it no matter what. The decision to do whatever it takes to have the success you dream of. So which one will it be for you?
Your Client Attraction Assignment
Think over the last seven days. Have you been making excuses? Are you letting important marketing assignments fall to the bottom of your list? This is your wake-up call and chance to regroup. Get committed and see what a tremendous difference it makes in growing your business. Then let me know how you are doing.
Computer memory, also known as RAM (random access memory) is the place in the computer where the operating system stores information about applications and data in current use so that they can be quickly reached by the computers processor.
RAM is much faster to read from and write to than the other kinds of storage in a computer, the hard disk, floppy disk, and CD-ROM. However , the data in RAM only stays there only as long as your computer is running. When you turn the computer off, RAM loses its data. When you turn your computer on again, your operating system and other files are once again loaded into RAM, usually from your hard disk. There is technology in the works to fix this problem, but that will take a while to reach the rest of us.
Computer memory can be compared to a persons short-term memory , and the hard disk to the long-term memory. The short-term memory focuses on work at hand, but can only keep so many facts in view at one time. Long term memory is much more abundant, and lasts much longer.
Computers work much like this as well, RAM takes care of the current workload, and the hard drive stores long term data. The faster these two can work , the faster your computer can calculate.
There are three types of computer memory.
SDRAM ? The slowest, yet cheapest DDR ? Fast and efficient, and very cost effective DDR2 - The fastest available memory to date RDRAM ? Use to be the fastest and the most expensive, generally a pain since they have to be used in pairs
The Motherboard must be compatible with the type of memory you want to use. Several Motherboard companies produce Motherboards with SDRAM and DDR slots, which can NOT be used at the same time , but it is nice to have a choice of what you can use.
Each type of RAM also has various speeds at which it works, and the Motherboard must also support these speeds. DDR for example currently comes in either pc2100 , pc2700, & pc3200, while DDR2 comes in pc3200 , pc4200, pc5400, pc6400, & pc8000.
RAM also works at various megahertz, limited by the megahertz that the Front Side Bus on your motherboard works (the Front Side Bus , or FSB, is the channel on the motherboard used to transfer information from the CPU to the RAM) so if you have RAM that works at 500 megahertz, and the FSB of your motherboard only runs at 333 megahertz, then 333 megahertz is the fastest your memory can run as well.
One very important note about computer memory, is you do not want to mix various speeds of memory , because the Motherboard will take the slowest speed and dummy all the rest of the fast memory to that slower speed. Here's an example:
You have three sticks of DDR computer memory in your computer, 2 pc2700's, and 1 pc2100. The Motherboard slows down the 2 pc2700's to be the speed of the pc2100, so that they're all working at the same speed.