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The Domino Effect

Blog / March 8, 2017

Domino Effect | Russ RuffinoEver feel like you could be onto something great, but you’re scared to put your high-ticket service into MOTION?

Do you worry that you’ll somehow completely screw things up? Or that your clients won’t like your service?

Or worse…

Do you worry that you’ll get NO clients at all, and your efforts will completely TANK?

These are the kind of fears that often bubble up, and PREVENT you from getting your business up and running.

I see it every single day – –

These fears are REAL as long as you continue to give them power.

If you don’t arm yourself with right mindset, it is dangerously easy to stay TRAPPED in “idea” mode…

It’s called the DOMINO EFFECT.

Pushing that first domino in your business can be scary. Once you push it, it’s off and rolling, and your hard work will be on display for others to see…

This is exactly where so many Entrepreneurs get stuck…

It is EASY to think up IDEAS for a business –
filling notebooks with your million-dollar business plans creating vision boards for exactly what you want
grabbing domain names, and designing a neat logo …and even laying out the framework and plans for what you want to deliver

But it will STAY an “idea” unless you IMPLEMENT it.

Don’t get trapped in the cycle of creating IDEAS.

IDEAS alone won’t bring you consistent monthly income.
IDEAS alone won’t change people’s lives if they stay tucked away in your notebook.

They MUST be paired with IMPLEMENTATION.

If you never push that first domino and EXECUTE those ideas, you’ll never have a BUSINESS…

So – take an honest look at the project you’re working on RIGHT NOW.
WHICH one are you currently building?

Another IDEA?

or a BUSINESS?

Respond with your answer or submit a response on my Facebook page, Russ Ruffino Live.


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Russ Ruffino
Founder & CEO of Clients on Demand. Helping coaches, consultants, thought-leaders and service pros attract the right clients, at the right price, anytime they want.




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