If you’ve been reading the Maraia Minutes for any length of time, you probably have a good idea of what it takes to be a rainmaker: focus on deepening relationships and prioritize business development in your daily work. In a perfect world, you’re practicing the Maraia Method
and achieving rainmaking success because you do all of the right things, all of the time: you have a
for business development, you’ve established
that you regularly measure your rainmaking activities against and you have a well-oiled
that makes it easy to stay on top of it all.
But who lives in a perfect world?
We recently got excited by the concepts in James Clear’s book,
. What if you didn’t have to do all the right things, all the time to see results from your rainmaking efforts? What if being
just a little bit better today
than you were yesterday was enough?