Repeatable Frameworks = Repeatable Success

In this video, I go over a highly ignored, yet stupidly simple way you can do this, and begin identifying where you should be focusing your energy on.

Hey guys, Tommy here and today I’m going to talk about how focusing on repeatable frameworks actually equals, repeatable success.

The reason this concept is so important is because you’re able to remove the guesswork out of things that are not working, so that you can put all your energy and resources into the things that are.

Look, if you don’t know the numbers, you can’t grow the numbers. Period.

For example…

Let’s say every Thanksgiving you make turkey. Either you follow a recipe, or you wing it and hope it’s edible.

Last year, you winged it and ended up eating canned turkey instead.

But the year before that, you followed the recipe and it came out perfect.

If you want to keep getting that exact same result, you need to keep following the recipe that produced the best results, right?

So here’s where you can do.

Focus on Your “Scalable” Best Performers

Find out where the majority the biggest chunk of your businesses coming from, and then ask yourself one question.

Can I scale this?

If you can, that means you should be focusing all your energy all your efforts all your resources and to making something good, better.

If it’s coming from agents – awesome!

If it’s coming from online – sweet!

If it’s coming from your mother’s uncles brothers sisters grandfather’s dog – even better!

Wherever the hell is coming from, you have to be able to identify it and then once you identify it see if you can make it bigger.

Never Ignore Your Data

In terms of what not to do, do not ignore data.

Data is king data will tell you this what’s working, and what isn’t.

Don’t rush through this. Whatever data you have, sit down and take the time to go through your actual data and find out where your numbers are.

Need More Help?

If you want to learn more about how to use repeatable frameworks, just get in touch and we’d be glad to help.

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