People Are Always Complaining That There Is Not Enough Time To Work On Their Businesses
But is the phrase ‘Not Enough Time’ a genuine complaint or excuse? In my opinion absolutely not, but it is up to each individual or couple, isn’t it. So here is my take on whether a single person or a team can build a network marketing business in the time available to them.
We all have 24 hours in a day and have the usual family, career and ancillary commitments to deal with and overcome on a daily basis. So why can certain people take network marketing on, whilst another person with the same time hurdles says, “There is not enough time?”
Is ‘Not Enough Time’ It A Valid Argument?
Personally I do not think this is a valid argument, because at the end of the day it is all about organisation and your ability to arrange your diary. Now if someone looks at the network marketing business model and honestly says, “I don’t like this and don’t want to do it.” That is obviously fine, but the person I am referring to, is the person who hasn’t really undertaken the necessary research or due diligence and quickly dismisses network marketing, by using an excuse like, ‘not enough time,’ as their response. But I suppose it is what it is.
What Should You Do About That Type Of Excuse?
Absolutely nothing at all, because it is just one of those things that happens, because people will say all manner of things to you and that’s really okay. Your posture must be, “Who Is Next?” It is a numbers game and as long as you do your part in the best way possible, then that is all that matters.
You must have the attitude, “I am going to the top. Are you coming with me?” If they do then great and if they don’t, just love them and move on. You cannot let an excuse like, ‘not enough time,’ divert you from your goal or outcome.
Is There Anything You Can Do To Moving Forward?
Not really, but you can become super efficient and learn to organise yourself and your time effectively. In other words you lead by example, but that is about it. There are always great examples of people who quite happily manage and juggle many things at one time, including a network marketing business, but please do not spend any time chasing birds, because as Jim Rohn says, “If you chase birds you leave the field.” The field here is the taking yourself away from income producing activities. The moment you do that, you are not doing what is required and that is constantly talking to new people.
So in closing, if someone uses the phrase, ‘not enough time,’ then by all means show them examples of the opposite, but move on quickly to someone more qualified. Don’t waste time asking questions like, “He said he was coming to the meeting, why didn’t he show?” or trying to understand why people stay, go, waste time or money and do nothing. Just don’t go there, it is a complete misuse of your valuable time.
To Your Success