Scroll to top

Make More Promises, Requests and Decisions

Jeffrey Slayter - August 10, 2020 - 0 comments

A CEO who runs an organisation or creates impact spends 70% of their time making promises and requests and making decisions.

If you watch an executive in an office, they have people around them doing research, and giving them just enough information for them to make a decision quickly.

If you would like to create more results in your life, then after every phone call ask yourself,

“Was a promise made?”
“Was a request made?”

There is a simple close I like to use at the end of a sales call.
I ask the following questions:

“Do you want to change your life?”
“Do you want more transformation?”
“Do you want to be around unconventional leaders to make greater impact?”
“Do you want to raise the bar or level up?”

If the answer is yes, then say to them:

“I’m not going to tell you what it is”
“I’m not going to tell you how much it costs”
“I’m not going to tell you when it begins”

“All you need to do is come and find out what you need to know and join me”

A good leader will say “I want that, I’m in. I don’t care what it is”.

So, every day just make more promises and requests in your life and you’ll see your results skyrocketing.

Imagine if you asked someone to buy from you, how much more money would you make?
Or if you asked someone to do something for you, how much more time would you have?

Many of you are doing everything yourself because you don’t make any requests.
It’s a double-edged sword. You don’t want to make requests of people but you get angry when they don’t give you what you want.

It’s time to start making more promises, requests and decisions, so you can reverse this.

The more time you spend doing this, the more impact you’ll make on yourself and others.


Take care,





📌PS. Discover essential tips to equip yourself to not only survive but also thrive in this global economic shift!

Ready for your Recession Response Strategy?

Download the Entrepreneurial Survival Guide Now

👉 Go here to grab it:

Related posts