At a recent event I attended in Las Vegas Eric Worre was the key note speaker and there was one thing that he said that was really powerful and stood out.
He said to look for opportunities while everybody else was distracted. Eric was referring to a time in your business when it is perhaps going through a transition, changes and it quickly sorts out who are the real visionaries and those who are opportunists looking to bail at the first challenge in their Network Marketing business.
It got me thinking a lot about my own journey and the thousands of different people I have worked with this industry and that pivotal moment I had when i joined my current company.
In the video below I share my perspective on some of the key mistakes leaders make in their business and also the importance of taking responsibility for where you are at right now in your business.
Success in Your Network Marketing Business
Fulfillment comes from putting your heart and soul into something bigger than just yourself.
When our vision stretches beyond our immediate and own needs then we have a greater need to suspend our fear and take bigger risks.
What happens when we have fear? We procrastinate.
The first step for overcoming procrastination is to take responsibility for our life. We cannot blame anyone else for where we are. The buck stops here.
Then examine our excuses. Are they serving us or are they holding us back? Our excuses are there to get us off track and determine how much we really want what we are pursuing.
Finish what you start. Commit to what you say you were going to do.
This is the essence of true character when we commit to what we say we are going to do AND when we have a belief and vision that serves a higher purpose than just ourselves.
Sure we can have short lived fun when we make money from something we created but true fulfilment comes from a much higher purpose.
All Network Marketing business opportunities will have it’s challenges and all leaders will have their challenges.
The key points to remember are:
1) Don’t get into management mode – always commit to inspire your team not manage them
2) Make sure that your vision is pulling you forward and it is a vision that serves a higher purpose than just yourself
3) Accept responsibility for where you are
4) Commit to what you said you were going to do.
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