Excuses Are for Amateurs in Network Marketing

Do you wonder why successful network marketers have success and you don’t? Are you frustrated with the results you are getting? Why are some successful and others not? Read on and watch this video for quick tips that the rock stars of MLM use.

One big reason is that they have most likely been in the business longer than you.  Another reason is that they do not make excuses in their business.  They know what needs to get done, and they do it.  Amateurs are always looking for reasons why they can’t grow their business.

Things do happen in life and challenges will present themselves, but how people handle them is what separates the professionals from the amateurs.  Amateurs make excuses.

Do you make any of these excuses? Do any of these get in your way?

Time– don’t have enough time to grow your business? Too busy?

Distractions– tv, computer, Internet

Belief– not strong enough belief in self, your company or the industry

Lack of support – from family, friends or your upline

Life events– illness or surgery

How do you respond? Do you let them get in the way and prevent you from having the success you want?

Getting to the top will take a lot of hard work and sacrifice.

Look at “Why” you are getting in the business.  What motivates you? What drives you? Do your daily activities drive you closer to your goals or farther away?

If you make excuses you will not succeed.

Plan your work. Work your plan. Get it done! Make it happen!

No excuses!

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2 Responses to Excuses Are for Amateurs in Network Marketing

  1. Shannon H. February 3, 2011 at 12:42 pm #

    This post is truly one of the many reasons I Love Sarah! She guides you to success and drives you with goal setting. Leverage, Leadership, and Lifestyle is what we all want. This page gives us the tools we need and support that keeps you focused.. Thank You!

  2. Sarah Bailey July 25, 2011 at 11:20 pm #

    Shannon,
    You are very kind, thank you! I appreciate you!
    Sarah

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