Nathan Grimes describes in detail a
network marketing tip
pulling the trigger once you have a detailed plan of action written down.
Because the more you wait to take action, your enthusiasm decreases and your fear in creases. And that takes you out of the game!
Chapter 8 Decision: The Mastery
“Definiteness of Decision always requires courage, sometimes very
great courage. The fifty-six men who signed the Declaration of
Independence staked their lives on the decision to affix their
signatures to that document. The person who reaches a Definite
Decision to procure the particular job, and make life pay the price
he asks, does not stake his life on that decision; he stakes his
Economic Freedom. Financial independence, riches, desirable business,
and professional positions are not within reach of the person who
neglects or refuses to expect, plan, and demand these things. The
person who desires riches in the same spirit that Samuel Adams
desired freedom for the Colonies, is sure to accumulate wealth.”
I cannot imagine what my life would be like today if I had not made
a definite decision over 51 years ago to ask Connie the marry me. Nor
all the definite decisions we have both made to stay married, to drive
through the hard times, to love one another even when we may not have
been lovable, and to encourage one another through sadness, doubts,
Definiteness of Decision calls for a boldest to stand up for your choices,
to see past the failures, and to run toward those big dreams and burning
desire with persistence. Henry Ford built his fortunes by standing up for
his dreams and following his starting dream that every family in American
would be able to buy a car. He looked past the plainness of the Model T
to sell more than 15 million of them between 1913 and 1927. He stubbornly
stood by his decision until times demand a change in models.
The challenge for me as a networker marketer is this, will I be a Henry
Ford or listen to the naysayer. Napoleon Hill gives this warning, “The
majority of people who fail to accumulate money sufficient for their needs
are, generally, easily influenced by the “opinions” of others. They permit
the newspapers and the “gossiping” neighbors to do their “thinking” for them.
“Opinions are the cheapest commodities on earth. Everyone has a flock of
opinions ready to be wished upon anyone who will accept them. If you are
influenced by “opinions” when you reach decisions you will not succeed in any
undertaking, much less in that of transmuting your own desires into money.”
“Loyalty to petrified opinion never yet broke a chain or freed a human soul.”
Thanks to Linda and Michael Dlouhy you held to your decision to build this
harmonious community for networkers to grow and move forward. Thanks to
everyone who participates and bring your examples of being decision-makers.
PS: "You are only one decision from a totally different life" Anonymous
Now its time to USE this network marketing tip to ACT on all of your decisions!
Be A Mentor With A Servants Heart