Successful Network Marketing achieving Your Dreams and Goals
Do you have what it takes to be a Successful Network Marketer or Online Business owner? Be able to achieve your dreams and goals. If you can give your all, 110%, believe in your dreams and overcome obstacles, you are on your way to Success. Many have failed, but often life doesn’t always go in the direction we want it to. Does that mean our life directions are doomed to fail from the start, or we cannot achieve the Success we dream of? Of course not.
Let’s be realistic, if Network Marketing, Direct Selling, online marketing, Multi-Level Marketing and Home Based Businesses was a breeze, everybody would be doing it. But, it’s not for everyone. If you have the Passion, Drive, Motivation, Determination and Commitment to do the things in life you want to do, change your current circumstances and be able to pick yourself up when the going gets tough and get back on track. You are on your way to reap your rewards and become successful like the following entrepreneurs, who had their own trials, tribulations and failures in Business.
We live in a time where everything is at our fingertips, yet we regularly take it for granted. Why is it that we could easily chase our dreams, but instead we often settle down for a mediocre life full of poverty and debt? I know I can speak for most of you when I say it was not your intention to end this way.
When we were young, many dreamed about inventing new technology, becoming a professional skate boarder, or even an intergalactic fighter pilot in a distant galaxy! Why don’t we have this “Achieve the Impossible” mentality anymore? How long has it been since you have thought like this? Would you like to get back into this mentality? Where you can annihilate your debt and get back to achieving your dreams?
Did These Successful Entrepreneurs Give up?
Albert Einstein, at the age 4 spoke for the first time and did not read until he was age 7. Both his parents thought he was “subnormal”, and one of his teachers had described him as “mentally slow”, unsociable and aloof forever with his foolish dreams. Einstein was then expelled from school.
Charles Schultz, the cartoon creator of the comic strip Peanuts, submitted his cartoon drawings to the yearbook staff at his high school and they were rejected. Schultz also applied for a position at Walt Disney and was rejected.
Harland David Sanders
Harland David Sanders, the founder of the fast food chain, Kentucky Fried Chicken, also known as Colonel Sanders. At First, Sanders had a hard time selling his chicken. In fact, his famous secret chicken recipe was rejected 1,009 times before a restaurant accepted it.
Henry Ford, Despite the fact that Ford is nowadays recognized for his innovative assembly line and American-made cars, he wasn’t an overnight success. In actual fact, prior to founding the thriving Ford Motor Company, he went broke on five occasions during his earlier attempts that had all previously failed.
J. K. Rowling
J. K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter fantasy series was an unknown until her books became the best-sellers in history. Her life is a rags to riches story. Before Harry Potter was published, she was on the verge of becoming penniless, severely depressed, divorced, single parent trying to raise a child on her own. At the same time attending school and writing a novel. Rowling was once dependent on surviving on welfare to now becoming one of the richest women in the world in a span of only five years through her hard work and determination. According to Forbes, published in March 2011, Rowling’s was named in the world billionaire’s list, net worth estimated at US$1 billion.
The Beatles, were rejected in early February 1962 during an audition with Decca Records stating that “Guitar groups are on the way out”. Since the formation of the English rock band in 1960, The Beatles, known as the “Fab Four” became a household name and one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful bands in the history of Rock and Roll.
Thomas Edison, was told by his teachers that he was “too stupid to learn anything”. That Edison was fired from his first two jobs for being “non-productive”. As an inventor, during his attempt to invent the light bulb, tried unsuccessful more than a 1,000 times before he got it right. When a reporter asked Edison how it felt to fail 1,000 times, he said that he didn’t fail all those attempts, but merely, the light bulb was an invention with a 1,000 steps.
Walt Disney, was fired by a newspaper editor because “he lacked imagination and had no good ideas”. Disney went bankrupt quite a few times before he built his Disneyland Empire. In fact, the original proposed park was rejected by the city of Anaheim, California, on the assumption that it would only attract the “riffraff”.
What would have happened if these Entrepreneurs had given up, believing they were doomed to failure from the beginning and would never achieve success. Do you think they ever felt frustrated, rejected, disillusioned and depressed? Sure they did. But they didn’t allow all the negativity and criticism to overshadow them, to overpower their determination and desire to succeed. In every circumstance the outcome was a Success, far greater than their expectations and wildest dreams.
Negative experiences can be viewed as positive in hindsight. They can be stepping stones rather than stumbling blocks. It’s your choice. But, be determined to never give up and quit your dreams.
“There lies within each person a huge reservoir of untapped potential for achievement, success, happiness, health and greater prosperity. It’s like an ocean unsailed, a new continent unexplored, a world of possibilities waiting to be released and channeled toward some great good.” – Jim Rohn