Being Dependable

being dependableAre you being dependable in your business? The definition of dependable is able to be trusted to do or provide what is needed. You need to be dependable to yourself, your team, your business, your customers, and your prospects. Being dependable means that you can be relied on, are trustworthy, are loyal, and are steadfast. Does this describe you?

Being Dependable

I know that many people consider themselves dependable, but are you actually being dependable? You read the definition and description above, right?

  • Does your performance show you being dependable?
  • Does your routine show you being dependable?
  • Does your activity over the last 12 months indicate you being dependable?
  • Does your follow-up show you being dependable?
  • Does your response time to your team, customers, and prospects show you being dependable?

Deep thoughts, right? To show yourself as being dependable, goes right along with knowing your passion and having focus on your vision. Being dependable does not mean you are always looking for the next big thing and you want to be the one stop shop with multiple businesses for everyone to shop for! Just sayin’!

Another great quality of being dependable is to have a short memory. What?! That does not make sense! Why would I want a short memory?

Your past does not dictate your future. If you’ve failed in the past, if your run into doubters, if you have had limiting beliefs in the past, or whatever lurks in your past – MOVE ON – do not carry this to the next person or your business.

This post is touching on an aspect of personal development. The number one thing that you can do in your business is focus on personal development. Getting through your own limiting beliefs and blocks is the greatest asset to your success. Routine is something you should have, even if you’re creating freedom. Just find ways to maximize your time best. Consistency is important too. ‘They’ are watching, trust me 😉

Leslie McKerchie

Leslie McKerchie

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