Five Ways to Avoid No Man’s Land

Normal. Average. Mediocre.

When you’re dreaming of building your own business, these are not the words entering your mind. Yet so many business owners end up settling, getting trapped in No Man’s Land.

No Man’s Land is where dreams go to die. You want to avoid it at all costs, as a Trunited Business Owner and in life in general. Luckily, there are several steps you can take to avoid this dangerous place. Here’s five ways to escape No Man’s Land:

Invest Time in Self Development Daily –

They say knowledge is power, but really it is just potential power. If you want to convert that knowledge into power, you need action as well!

“Ideas without action lead to delusion” – Jim Rohn

Take the knowledge you’re obtaining in weekly webinars, audios, and books and apply it to your daily routine. It will set you apart from the dreamers who aren’t also doers.

Make Changes and Stick to Them –

Daily disciplines compound over time.

Take stock of a situation you want to change, whether that be financial, physical, interpersonal, whatever…and start making incremental changes in the direction you want to go.

Over time, these changes add up big time. It’s just a matter of making a plan and sticking to it!

Develop the Right Work Ethic –

Work ethic is huge in business. You’d be amazed at the years of work that go into almost every single “overnight success”. That’s because when you see something or someone break through, you’re usually just seeing them reach a tipping point or threshold that they’ve been working toward for a long time.

Don’t wait to be lucky. Make your luck by doing what others aren’t willing to do. It’s not about hoping for an easier path…it’s about becoming better at forging ahead.

Track Your Activity and Progress –

This is a big one. After all, data not only gives you great insights on your actions, it can also help hold you accountable.

You can start measuring your progress in Trunited now with this handy and helpful Step 3 Tracker:


This is the number one key to success on which almost all successful entrepreneurs agree.

Own everything. Own your successes. Own your failures. Own your business at every level.

It’s easy to blame others, and it’s easy to make excuses. This will get you nowhere.

If instead you decide to own everything, you’ll avoid No Man’s Land.

If you OWN EVERYTHING and ACT accordingly, your life will be completely different within 1-2 years time.