There Are No Shortcuts To Success?
Yes, you can build at lightening speed, but the notion that the average person is going to become a superstar within 3 to 4 months is completely false.
There are really no shortcuts to success, we all have to pay (enjoy) the price of success. Amazingly some people think that there is some kind of magical fairy dust, beans or Wizard’s trick to being successful.
There will be professional network marketers who will come into a new business and have rocket ship success, These people have done their leg work in previous companies and probably brought large teams with them, full marks and respect to them. They will tell you that there is no shortcut to success.
Obviously the faster you build momentum, the more rapid your own personal growth will be. Some individuals can actually start from scratch and build huge teams in a short space of time. This may not be you, but you should applaud and learn from them.
You Have To Pay Your Dues
You have to learn how to become a professional within your chosen time span. Hopefully this will be as fast as you can humanly do it, but you will have to earn the right to join the ranks of the top earners.
Training is a key component, but it must not take the place of direct action. You must learn to be on the top of your game consistently and this will shine through in your attitude, your self image and your posture.
Paying your dues means discharging an obligation or commitment to yourself. The commitment relates to putting forth the required or expected effort to reach your goal. Activity does not always convert into accomplishment, it must be smart sweat equity that wins the day and nothing less than that.
So Are You Ready To Rumble?
You must be prepared for the challenging road ahead, listen to the people who are currently building fast. Become inventive, innovative and creative, but don’t re-invent the proverbial wheel, which many people try to do. The system already works well, so follow the path already forged for you and don’t veer of course.
Remember that there is no shortcut to success. You can surge forward and build at a super fast pace, but remember each member of your team will working at different speeds. Patiently lead by example and avoid getting frustrated. Stay with your program do the right things and you will make it.
To Your Success
There are no shortcuts to success