Determine What You Want From Network Marketing
You must determine what you want from during your journey in your network marketing experience. Why are you here? I bet it isn’t just because a friend, family member or acquaintance approached you and showed you something neat or cool. Make a decision and determine precisely what you want from your home business, because this could be the one thing that drives you to succeed.
You joined, most probably, because you saw a chance, an opportunity or an opening to obtain a better life in some way, for yourself or your family. I bet it had revolved around the dollar bill, in some way. Am I right or not? Now I know that not everyone is the same, but generally it is all about freedom, lifestyle and money. As Zig Ziglar said, “Money ranks right up there with oxygen.” You have to determine what you want.
Your determination, reason or outcome is especially personal, but the key is to possess one, isn’t it? You have little chance of achievement in network marketing unless you spend some time and think about this carefully. WHY? Because most people have no clue whatsoever, about their reason for cranking it out every day. It is imperative that you determine what you want.
If your reasons aren’t strong enough, then at some stage you will grind to a halt and possibly never get going again. So please take care of this part asap. To succeed you will have to be absolutely passionate about what you are doing, make it a must and slightly or strongly lean towards making it an obsession. (That doesn’t mean ignoring the important things in your life). It is my powerful suggestion that you determine what you want.
At age 14 I was not enjoying my school life and within one year I had gone from being a bright student to a complete waste of space, educationally. I was the county champion at the 800 metres, but spent most of my time playing truant, when I wasn’t running, doing other sports or playing soccer.
The careers advisor invited (I had no choice) me in for an interview and suggested that I leave school at 15 and start an apprenticeship as a gas fitter or something similar. I told her I wanted to be a police cadet and then go on to become a police officer. She told me that I couldn’t do that because you needed to pass some examinations to qualify. I told her that I would join the police cadets. Determine what you want
Easter 1970 it was suggested extremely strongly that I leave school, (they kicked me out) and I started working as an apprentice engineer. After 5 months I went to work in an office and believe it or not quite enjoyed it for a short while. Then September 1970 I was arrested by police at a big soccer match for basically being in the wrong place at the wrong time. (If you want to know more ask me)
Then in September 1971 I joined the police cadets after previously attending a gruelling 45 minute interview. (The usual interview lasted 15 minutes) You can imagine what they spent 30 minutes talking to me about, my arrest, but lucky for me they saw something in me and gave me a chance. Determine what you want
In other words I decided what I wanted. I defined it clearly, specifically and I got in to my chosen profession against a background of everyone, teachers, friends, parents and relations saying I wouldn’t get into the police. Thank goodness I didn’t listen to them.
So what about you. Are you going to determine what you want? I hope so starting today.
To Your Success