Thursday, February 28, 2008

Network Marketing Goals

Committed to reach my Goals

To meet your network marketing goals (or any other goals!) requires a patient, long-term commitment to a very good plan.

Plus. Not frantic or haphazard, but definitely unwavering urgency, uncompromising urgency ... which you drill into your team right from the start. We lose focus at times.

When your team loses its focus, they generally get pretty
unproductive. You need to understand the mental picture
that spurs them to urgency, and refer them to that picture.

It seems natural to think we have all the time in the world.
And that thought lets us wander down some interesting side
streets, rather than making a beeline for our goal ...
which is the real reason 19 out of 20 people fail to achieve
what they want in life.

To get what you want, you have to know exactly

what it is - and then act with urgency to achieve it.

You have to act like you have very limited time.
The only plan that works is a very, very tight focus
on your fondest desire.. Once you achieve that goal,
you can go ahead and wander the back roads if you want.
But first, focus only on your goal until you have it.

It seems that most people actually see the need to act
with urgency. Yet, it seems the only time it applies is
when they lose their job.
Zero income is certainly URGENT!
But to get everything you really want in life, you need
that consistent, planned daily urgency.

Urgently do those things which will bring
your dreams to life.

Obviously, you can't attack every action as a matter
of life and death. But that's not what you have to do.

In the book "The Slight Edge," by Jeff Olson,
the author shows over and over how a small, truly insignificant
change, repeated day after day after day until it's routine,
can change a life from failure to success.

The key is that when you make a simple change like this,
and you do it consistently, then instead of time being
your enemy, you have put time on your side. That is
when you have really put yourself on your way to success.

Walter Seward

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