When bad things happen don’t think life happens to you; think life happens for you. h/t Ray Higdon
Sunday Morning Coming Down…
Remember, you and you alone are responsible for maintaining your energy. Give up blaming, complaining and excuse making, and keep taking action in the direction of your goals – however mundane or lofty they may be. Jack Canfield
Set your goals. Write them down. Chunk down the steps. Take daily action. Take stock of your hits and misses. Think through the obstacles and try a different approach while continuing on the path to reach your goal. Take daily action.
Imagine sitting around the campfire with top online marketers.
Watch as a former waiter shares how he fired his boss as he was being offered a major promotion that was his former dream.
Listen to a former teacher and stay at home mom as she details how she went from 40k in debt to having the most responsive list that allows her to consistently beat out marketers with 100 times bigger lists.
Feel in the pit of your stomach the anguish of a mom with newborn twins as she contemplates leaving them with strangers as she prepares to return to work.
Then revel in her joy as she implemented a plan that allowed her to stay home with her newborn twins.
Share your story and soak up the insights that allowed men and women just like you, to go from from pennies to 10k Mo., to 30k Mo. and more.
What if your breakthrough is just one step away from realizing your dream of unlimited freedom?
Imagine an instant shift in your mindset that opens up the world to you.
Imagine moving your business to heights you never dreamed before, faster than you ever dreamed…
You could get them into a comfortable setting with some of your friends?
Most people would like to hear stories of the misadventures and missteps that that lead to breakthroughs and propelled them to the next level.
You know the old saying it’s always darkest before the dawn. How does that apply to the journey of an 8 figure earner?
Imagine you’re a musician practicing every day. Taking as many gigs as you can beg, borrow, and steal for play dates. You’re broke and you’re struggling to put food on the table.
Everybody knows something has to change.
How did our broke musician navigate that minefield, what happened that captured the imagination and allowed the journey to gain momentum?
Imagine going from zero to eight figures.
What does a journey like that entail?
How long does it take?
What are the pitfalls to avoid?
How do you know when you are so close and just need a tweak to hit the next milestone?
Would it be OK if I invited you and a few of your closest friends to join us from anywhere in the world in the comfort of your own home, through the magic of the internet, to ask questions, chat with your friends and move your home business to the next level?
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