Where Is Your Courage

Posted on March 14, 2009. Filed under: Development | Tags: , , , |

I hope you will read this report I did on having the courage to pursue your dreams. My story may help you find your own courage. I am not so unique in my experiences that I do not relate to your feelings. I know many of you have had the same concerns as I and can benefit from my story.

Anything that is worth pursuing will be a challenge or it would not have value to you or to those you help. Knowing you MUST do it is another matter, and one that I believe I can help you resolve when you watch my videos and read my story.

http://ildassociatedbusiness.wordpress.com/2009/03/15/have-courage-to-pursue-dreams/

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Thanks for words of wisdom and heart Judith! 

Fear of all these things, I shake my head in disbelief when so called friends of mine put me down for my stepping out, above the common J.O.B. mentality, and strive to succeed on my own, no factory, no boss, no supervisors, in my own way! I’ve come to realize that the path to prosperity is narrow, and those who talk about other people wander off into the dark forest of their mind. The path is hidden from them, therefore they can’t follow, and therefore I continue on with desire, hunger and purpose. I leave lifetime friendships behind, because they no longer support me in my dreams. They become a liability that can only hold me back. 

Prosperous people talk about idea’s, not other people. As I release the old for the new, the vacuume created by eliminating the fear and old relationships is quickly filled by people with new ideas, approaches, and energy.

The fear of loss of love is quickly replaced by light, love, and abundance! I tell you this because part of success and growth is giving up those who will do their best to stop you, for your own good…

Nice to make your acquaintense Judith!

Paul Murphy — Sat, 03/14/2009 – 8:17pm

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Six Network Marketing Principles

Posted on March 5, 2009. Filed under: Business Principles | Tags: , , , , |

Network Marketing appears to be a simple business that any one can do, and it can be that way if you understand the six network marketing principles that help you succeed in business. Let us discuss these principles one at a time.

Principle number 1: Do it naturally. Anytime you try to force something before it’s natural term, you risk failure. For example, your goal is to reach a specific level by a certain date. In order to do that, though, you have to buy several cases of a product to meet the qualifiations for that level. The problem with this practice is that now you and your downline have products on hand so they have no reason to make an order the following month. Since bonus levels are based on monthly volume, and since no new volume will be moving in the next month because everyone bought up to reach a bonus level the month before, the business takes a nose dive. The business volume of your downline takes a nose dive as well. Since people are not making a bonus check, it doesn’t take them long to figure out that the only way to make money is to create situations that induce downline to sale unnaturally. 

Principle number 2: Be the tortoise and not the hare. That means doing things every day, day after day, that builds your business. In contrast, the hare runs full out and then tires.  So he sits down to rest and falls asleep. When he wakes up, he goes full out again until he tires and rests again. When he finally reaches the goal, he discovers the tortoise had already beat him there. How did the tortoise win the race? He did it by going a steady pace until he reached the goal. So this story begs the question, “Are you the tortoise or the hare?

Principle number 3: It’s not the followers, those who want to be like everybody else, who reach the top of the ladder to success. The ones who succeed in life and business are the independent-minded who do what they say they will do. These independent thinkers are also the ones who work behind the scenes by busily helping people.

Principle number 4: Keep in mind that success is not about what you want or about your agenda. It is about paying attention to what people need and want and then helping them reach their goals. When you help people get what they want, the law of the harvest rewards you by ten-fold. People who are mainly interested in what they want only succeed by stepping on, stepping over, or stepping around people to get what they want.

Principle number 5: Go against the nature of Network Marketing. The nature of Network Marketing is being focused on showing the opportunity to as many people as you can, sponsoring as many people as you can, and getting as many people as you can to a meeting. When “YOU” or “ME” or “I” are the common words used in a statement, then it is a indicator that the focus is on you and not the prospect, client or customer. Of course, that’s fine if that’s the way you want to build your business. There are plenty of successful people who practice this principle.

Principle number 6: When you give people what they want then you get what you want. The principle of helping people get what they need or want used to be the staple for business success. Unfortunately, that does not seem to be the case any more. Have you read the book “How to win friends and influence people” by Dale Carnegie?  The message is clear that you get what you want when you give people what they want. Use this link to get the seven page PDF that outlines the success principles I teach from this book. It’s free, just click here

There are numerous consultants, business coaches, and supposed gurus on the Internet Highway, who specialize iNetwork Marketing and are anxious to advise you. Nevertheless, it will not take you long to realize that I am not like most of these advisers. I am the “one in a million” who actually cares about your success more than I care about my own.

I am an experienced Network Marketer. I’ve seen my share of opportunity offers, and made some mistakes as well. However, my mistakes taught me how to think for myself. For example, I do not follow the pack when I see they are going the wrong direction. That’s why I know that I can direct you in the right direction.

Now take five minutes to view this video about Network Marketing Principles. 

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