Are you struggling in your business to make any money at all? Maybe you’re just breaking even, but just can’t grow your business enough to meet those goals and expectation you had when you first started.
You’ve reached the point where most direct sales wannabe’s call it quits..
Don’t be a wannabe…
You know, the difference between distributors who struggle just to make a dime and the super affiliates making thousands of dollars of monthly residual income is that the super affiliates have pushed through the hard times, learned from their mistakes, and gone on to become rockstars. We are all the same. It doesn’t take a degree to be successful in your business. You just have to want it bad enough and not let anything get in the way of your dreams.
Don’t be a wannabe… JUST DO IT! Everyone struggles, remember that. It’s the one’s that throw in the towel and don’t want to climb that next mountain are the one’s who aren’t successful and stay in the same pattern of life, over and over and over again. Be different. Do it for YOU and your family. Go against the norm. Keep the vision, do what it takes.
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There are a couple of ways that you can stay motivated while you are not getting results. One is to look at people who are very successful that also failed. Look at Ray Kroc who was a failure his whole entire life until he stumbled upon a burger stand and ended up buying out that little burger stand and created McDonald’s in the 60s. Elvis Presley got kicked off that Grand Old Opry stage and was told to go back truck driving. Look at all your upline Directors in your business! Do you think they felt like it was going well all the time for them? NO! They struggle too!
Not getting results is part for the course. It’s just how it is. It is how it is for everyone in a network marketing business. You are NOT alone! Sometimes it is hard to stay motivated.
How to become successful is to be persistent through failure.
That is literally only 50% of the equation. Now most people are persistent. You have to persistent through failure… over and over again. This is how to GET to success.
I failed in a lot of different things. Thank God, I tried one more time. One more time.
It’s normal….you have to understand that. Normal for EVERYONE. It’s normal to be doing work and not getting results. That’s normal. Keep going. Be persistent. Let the vision of who you want to become pull you pass these obstacles and this is why. Just having a WHY isn’t enough. It’s not enough to have a why. You have to have a vision of who you want to become that is so powerful. Who are you? Who do you want to become? That vision is so critical to get you past the obstacles because there will be obstacles all along the way. Be persistent through failure.
The first step to looking at the positive side of life is to be optimistic! You are capable of optimism even if you are a glass half empty kind of guy. When your car breaks down on the side of the road, you can look at it as an opportunity or a challenge! You can time how long it takes for a tow truck to arrive and when it gets there, be friendly to the tow truck driver! You can both start talking and before you know it, you may have a friend in this world that you didn’t have before! This is only one example of how you can take life’s negatives and turn it into something positive.
Positive thoughts lead to a positive attitude, while negative thoughts lead to a negative attitude. Changing your attitude is as easy as hitting the “pause” button on what you’re thinking and choosing to think different thoughts.
In order to have a positive attitude, focus on the good. Focus on the good in yourself, the good in your life, and the good in others.
Individuals who have a positive attitude will pay attention to the good, rather than bad in people, situations, events. A simple example of a positive attitude; when you are having a very bad run of luck but you still say “Good Morning” rather than “What’s so good about this morning”.