As we near the end of the year, I want to share with you my Top 5 Videos of 2017! Grab every tip you can from these. These are some of my most powerful mentoring moments to help you succeed.
In today’s video, Eric talks about the upcoming holiday season and how too many people become lax in their business during this time. Eric starts off by providing some math for everyone. View your business like a retail store that’s open for 365 days of the year. If the store is closed for one day, […]
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In America, it’s Thanksgiving week, a time to be thankful and together with family. And today, I have a message that deals with the opposite of it – complaining. Complaining is one of the easiest things in the world to do. You can complain about your boss, our politicians, the world, inequality, etc. It’s actually […]
Register Now for the Special 3-Hour LIVE Goal Setting & Planning Webcast Event on December 9th! https://networkmarketingpro.com/gameplan/ When I coach top leaders and million-dollar earners in the Network Marketing profession, guess what the most important thing we spend time on is…a business plan. We spend time mapping out their year before the year even starts. […]
Do you know why there is such a big drop off rate in Network Marketing? It is because they were told that the profession was a piece of cake. They were told that they would hardly have to work, don’t have to sell anything, or the product sells itself. Then when they get started, they […]
Mel Robbins talks today about the ability to push yourself to do things, grow, recruit, and take action with your Network Marketing business. Her 5 Second Rule is a tool based in science that teaches you how to do just that. When you leave events, you are inspired, have a road map, excited, and empowered. […]
Today, I want to focus on the second fastest way to get better. But what is the number one fastest way to learn? It’s activity; you’re going to learn faster than anything by “doing.” What’s the second most powerful way to learn? The second fastest way to learn is by getting a coach. Find someone […]
I have realized that our attitude about the past, the meaning that we give to our past, will either allow us to move forward or keep us where we stand. And I see so many people who are completely trapped by their past. They are reliving the same story over and over, and they can’t move forward. They see themselves as victims of their past. They look back at their failures, and instead of seeing learning experiences, they take those failures to mean that they weren’t good enough. They’ve applied a meaning to their past that hurts and damages the steps that they take for a better future. So, how you feel about your past and the meaning you apply to it has a huge impact on what you do in the future.
Can people really change? You always hear the phrase, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Or “If you want to take a look at somebody’s future, take a look at their past.” While I think that sometimes this is true, I believe that more than anything, what keeps people from changing is when they decide to stop learning and growing.
One of the biggest dangers in our profession is when we say it’s easy and simple and everyone succeeds. If you purchase a franchise and read the disclaimer, it tells you that it’s hard, you could lose your investment and more, and it might be five years before you make a profit. But there’s an opportunity if you’re strong enough to take it. That’s what the rest of the world does. So why do we claim that Network Marketing is easy and simple? We don’t do ourselves any favors by talking like that.
Today, I want to teach you how to turn your worst day into your best day. In Network Marketing, we know there are bad days where we deal with rejection, heartache, or disappointment. So, how do you handle those bad days? Let me share with you a story that will help illustrate my point.