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Do You Really Care

.”To be successful in life requires enormous sacrifice and determination. Do not follow others, for they have their own destiny. Only you alone can determine your destination. If you fail that journey, there is a path to recovery; many of us have been there. Be satisfied with what you have and your dreams will become a reality.”

Care more than you need to, more often than expected, more completely than the other guy.

No one reports liking Steve Jobs very much, yet he was as embraced as any businessperson since Walt Disney. Because he cared. He cared deeply about what he was making and how it would be used. Of course, he didn’t just care in a general, amorphous, whiny way, he cared and then actually delivered.

”If you still talk about it, you still care about it.”

Politicians are held in astonishingly low esteem. Congress in particular is setting record lows, but it’s an endemic problem. The reason? They consistently act as if they don’t care. They don’t care about their peers, certainly, and by their actions, apparently, they don’t care about us. Money first.

”Sometimes what we learn & who we become in the process of waiting is even more important than what we’re waiting for.” – Mandy Hale

Many salespeople face a similar problem–perhaps because for years they’ve used a shallow version of caring as a marketing technique to boost their commissions. One report by the National Association of Realtors found that more than 90% of all homeowners are never again contacted by their real estate agent after the contracts for the home are signed. Why bother… there’s no money in it, just the possibility of complaints. Well, the reason is obvious–you’d come by with cookies and intros to the neighbour’s if you cared.

Most people are to busy making a living to ever put more life in their living

Economists tell us that the reason to care is that it increases customer retention, profitability and brand value. For me, though, that’s beside the point (and even counter to the real goal). Caring gives you a compass, a direction to head and most of all, a reason to do the work you do in the first place.

Care More.

It’s only two words, but it’s hard to think of a better mantra for the organization that is smart enough to understand the core underpinning of their business, as well as one in search of a reason for being. No need to get all tied up in sub cycles of this leads to this which leads to that so therefore I care… Instead, there’s the opportunity to follow the direct and difficult road of someone who truly cares about what’s being made and who it is for.

Great fortunes or modest fortunes are a blessing only when they are used in good part to benefit others. Napoleon Hill

Gray Lawrence

Before opportunity crowns you with great success, it usually tests your mettle through adversity.
Adversity provides the resistance necessary to develop the strength to overcome great obstacles. This strength consists of self-confidence, perseverance, and, very importantly, self-knowledge. If you do encounter a setback, it is a clue to a personal weakness. You may have been hasty in judging a competitor, or you may have been too timid in your vision of what needed to be done. Let adversity be your guide to understanding where you miss-stepped and which qualities you need to cultivate. No one rejoices in disappointment, but if you are success-conscious, you can turn the situation into a chance for improving your character, an opportunity you otherwise would have missed. Napoleon Hill

Ambitious Networker–awesome business = success

Be aware of the big difference between inspired action and activity. Activity comes from the brain-mind and is rooted in disbelief and lack of faith – you are taking action to "make" your desire happen. Inspired action is allowing the law to work through you and to move you.  Activity feels hard. Inspired action feels wonderful. May the joy be with you,  Rhonda Byrne


Do you want your online business to be the best?  Of course you do.

Effectively communication is what it really takes to create, launch, and most importantly maintain a successful online business. The following is a blueprint for beginners, tenured businesses, and creative professionals looking to maximize their potential, effectively tell their stories, and grow well long-term.
Maybe most importantly, Ask the right questions. consider the following TEN areas to consider before launching your online business:

  • What am I going to be selling? Who is my audience, and why will they want to buy my products?
  • Will what I’m selling generate rave reviews and turn customers into sales and marketing people? If not, how can I improve their experience?
  • What are my business goals? What does a successful business mean to me?
  • How will this make money? How will it continue to make money?
  • What makes this idea unique? What problem does it solve and how does it help people? What value does this bring to others?
  • What about this makes me excited? How can I spread that excitement?
  • What professionals do I need to hire to make this happen? What will they be responsible for doing?  Her is one simple answer “NONE” as you have the members in your potential team to help you grow
  • What is my budget (and if it’s not realistic, can it change)?
  • What is my timeline for launch (and if it’s not realistic, can it change)?
  • What do I want my business to be known for?

There will be a lot of questions that will go round and round in your head, mostly due to lack of knowledge, confidence and training, in your own abilities to be involved in ‘Network marketing’  this is the reason why you must chose the person you are comfortable with & will put your thoughts and dreams before their own!

Frustration can become like a chain and it can strangle your efforts for success or you can get the key out and open the lock. Key is the key of Decision that unchains the future, your future

Gray Lawrence

Ambitious Success doesn’t come to you – you go to it. — Marva Collins


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