Have you ever considered the fact that your personal philosophies where money is concerned, could be a hindrance to receiving the income or wealth you desire? Your “mindset for money” is a very important element in your overall prosperity, so take some time to really consider the areas below.
Here are eight questions to ask yourself to make sure you’re open and ready to receive the wealth you are striving for:
- Are you wise with the money you have? Do you build, invest in or buy assets? Or do you use your money to buy more things you do not need? Are you in debt and not serious about getting rid of it? Put first things first. It’s a spiritual law that if you can be trusted with little, you will be given much.
- Do you see yourself as having money or wealth? Even if you aren’t where you want to be, it’s important to begin to “think rich.” Jim Rohn has said that before he was wealthy, he used to tip well because he knew that one day he would be rich. Continue reading “Do you have a mindset for money? by Kathy Zimmer”
Do you think Donald Trump or Robert Kiyosaki have faith? Do they get up every morning and struggle with deciding whether or not to take action that day to drive their businesses forward?
How are they able to get up every morning and not have to deal with managing themselves in order to take the actions they need to take? It’s because their personal philosophies or beliefs are programmed for success and the creation of wealth. You know this by their results. Before it showed up in their results, their beliefs were evident in their thoughts, words and actions. They both believed they could succeed and they did. Whether they realized it or not, they had faith that the results they desired would show up. Simple enough, right?
Continue reading “What is Faith and How Does it Work? by Kathy Zimmer”
You can gain a huge advantage over other networkers by knowing the difference between accomplishment vs. achievement. Not only for your benefit, but for the benefit of every new rep you enroll into your business. Knowing this can make all the difference between success and failure.
If you teach your new reps the difference between accomplishment and achievement right out of the gate, you’ll not only set them up for success, but you’ll be miles ahead of other networkers who just have their new reps write out their goals and a “why that makes them cry.” Continue reading “Accomplishment vs. Achievement — A Huge Network Marketing Tip”
You may have heard it said many times in network marketing trainings that you can’t say the wrong thing to the right person, and you can’t say the right thing to the wrong person. This was one of the things I believed was true as I worked my business and tried to gain network marketing success . But why was it that I was always running into a lot more “wrong people” than I was “right people.” I found this quite frustrating to say the least.
One of the “strategies” I tried was the 3-foot rule….you know, if people are within 3 feet of you for more than 3 seconds, you throw up on them about your fabulous network marketing opportunity. Then I refined this strategy so if anyone was within 3 feet of me in some line or whatever, I would figure out without even talking to them that they were the “wrong person” so I wouldn’t need to waste any time talking to them. This saved me a lot of time….or so I thought. Continue reading “Finding the Right People for Network Marketing Success”
If you’re a networker who hasn’t had the success you KNOW you can have, now is the time to do something about it! It all comes down to skills. If you have the proper network marketing skills, you will succeed.
If you’ve been struggling in your networking business, you already know that it’s tough and not the way to go. You’ve probably already invested more money than you’ve earned, and talking to friends, relatives and co-workers has brought you little success.
Does any of this sound familiar?
This question is the most commonly asked question by people looking for network marketing help. Over 1000 people a day Google this question in one form or another.
Can you blame them?
Between all the ‘high ticket’ programs ripping MLM (multi-level marketing), the ‘new school’ bashing for MLM and the promises riches for doing little …..it’s not hard to figure out why this ended up in the #1 spot.
When we add to it the general humility most people have, mnay people think they have a skill or two, and nice part of their personality…..but most people consider themselves average.
Makes perfect sense folks would want to know if ‘average’ people can make it.
GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS
If you’re like most people, and I am like most people, you want the bad news first.
No, the average person cannot make it in network marketing.
Don’t get your panties in a bunch….there is good news too. Continue reading “#1 Most FAQ by Prospects: “Does MLM Work for Average People?” by Mark J”
SOCIAL MEDIA? IT’S A HOT BUTTON
I’m going to make it hotter…..
The prevailing attitude about social media is ‘gotta have it to survive’ and I’m not going to debate that one way or the other.
Everybody seems to want to jump on this bandwagon.
People who want real network marketing help will love what they read next……people who want excuses to not do the real work will hate what they read next.
Social media is a nice arrow to have in your quiver but…..for most people who want to build a big business and for people who have built big businesses……it’s a distraction and built-in excuse maker.
Posted on May 27, 2011 by Tracy Sitchen
Whether it’s about giving up smoking or learning to be more patient with others, most of us have habits we want to change. The actual process of changing habits, well, that’s another story. Entire books have been written on the subject and hit the bestseller list. When boiled down, however, all of these self-help volumes come down to three basic tenets:
Think baby steps
Believe you can fly all you want, but actually changing a dozen hard-hitting habits overnight is a feat few have accomplished. Change is gradual; violent change can have destructive consequences. An example, by cutting out sweets and carbs entirely out of one’s diet at once is a recipe for a later binge or even an eating disorder.
Instead of vowing to wake up three hours earlier every day, start with half an hour or even ten minutes every week. Decide to change just one habit at a time; by the time you have made or unmade a new habit, you’ll know that it’s possible and be ready to take on your next challenge.
How long does it take to form a habit? Thirty days? Twenty-eight? The truth is that no psychologist knows for sure or are willing to tell you. Changing habits takes a different amount of time for everyone under different circumstances. There is no magic number. All you can do is read the rest of this post and strive to change one habit at a time, over time. Continue reading “Changing Habits to Improve Yourself by Tracy Sitchen”
If you believe you can, you can.
Sounds simple, right?
The problem for most people is that it works just as simple in the reverse. If you don’t believe you can, you won’t do the activities you need to do to be successful, or do them consistently enough. Like it says in Proverbs 23:7 . . . as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.
What you think about yourself is very important. Your thoughts are powerful. They are actually containers that carry either good things or bad things. Discard all thoughts and self-talk that aren’t productive towards your success. Feed your heart and mind with things that will make a positive change in your life.
Your belief shows up in your actions
If you find yourself stuck, making excuses or otherwise procrastinating, your belief in yourself to succeed is very small. Your belief always shows up in your actions, or inaction. You have the mindset of an amateur and little faith in yourself, if you’re not doing the activities you know you need to do to be successful. Work on believing in yourself and learn to develop the habits of a professional. Personal growth development should be ongoing in your journey towards success. Continue reading “Using the Power of Thought to Improve Yourself — Week 26”
Let’s talk about you and some leadership attributes. Are you already bored? Me too. That’s why this is not going to be one of “those” posts. They are all over the internet. Some of them are very good, and some aren’t. This one is about you, your ego, and your bank account. We will be focusing on network marketing, but these elements will be applicable to almost any business in which you’re trying to succeed, i.e. earning some serious money for a change.
The first thing you need to look at is yourself. Why? Because if you’re not earning what you want to be earning, it’s usually because you’re not managing yourself and your actions. It’s having a professional mindset vs. a poverty mindset. After an honest evaluation of yourself and your actions, if you’ve had a poverty mindset, you can change it in a New York minute. Make a decision. Do you want things to be different? Yes or No. If yes, then you need to do things differently and learn to manage yourself. Easier said then done? Probably, but remember this. Do things always have to be easy and risk-free before you can do them? Of course not. If you’re living paycheck to paycheck and have been in debt for some time, is that easy and without any risk? Continue reading “Leadership Attributes For Personal Empowerment — Week 23”