Many of the people I talk to in my business are looking for a short cut to success. If you are too, here's my top tip... leverage your previous life experiences.
So often I see women start their business as if they are a blank slate because they think that nothing they've done up to that point is relevant to network marketing.
No matter what your story has been so far, I promise you the juice to propel you forward is in there if you'll just look.
I used to be a gymnast and let me tell you, learning those big tricks was freaking terrifying!
I fell down a lot. I landed on my head more times than I can count, and sometimes I ended up injured.
On the face of it, it may seem that training to be an Olympic gymnast has little in common with building a network marketing empire, but my experience has allowed me to leverage these truths...
Acquiring any new skill takes practise and repetition, whether the experts make it look effortless or not.
Failure is an inherent part of success. Attempting to avoid making mistakes is only going to delay me in becoming proficient, so I'd better hurry up and start falling flat on my smiling face.
Fear isn't a reason not to do a thing. Instead, it's a signpost that tells me I'm growing and stretching my boundaries.
These days, whenever things start to feel overwhelming, I remember that little girl who was desperate to fly yet terrified of falling, then I lean into the fear.
I remember the pride and the triumph that came with not giving up, and I remind myself, what is on the other side is worth it.
And so am I.
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