The aftermath of being fired can start to set in a day or two after the main event. I'm focusing on all of the positive things that come to mind. Like, it's a gorgeous blue-skied day out there, and I'm not stuck in a cubicle, oblivious. I'm still sitting at a computer, but it's my computer, and I'm working on MY business.
My business partner and I planned a big meeting for tomorrow. We planned it last week, got the room reserved, checked our slide shows and music mix, printed out fliers and put in motion all of the little details that ensure a successful meeting.
I was planning on taking the day off anyway, to really focus on the meeting, but now I have a whole extra day to get things in order. Also, it's not a huge, late-night push to get it all ready, so I'll be well-rested and full of genuine enthusiasm tomorrow.
Everything is working out for the best. I feel great! I envision a large turnout for our meeting. We have a powerful slide show, and great pre- and post-meeting activities. We did a run through last week, so both my partner and I know exactly what to do at every step of the meeting. I've had time to think everything through and pick up last minute oversights that might have involved some fancy footwork if they'd gone unnoticed.
I am so thankful that I've been working on my business part time, so it's there for me to step into full time when I really needed it. I knew I would be building my business full time at some point, I just hadn't planned on it being now. But just like starting a family, there's not often the perfect time. Sometimes you just have to jump and swim as hard as you can.
I am surrounded by supportive, positive people; I have everything I need for tomorrow's meeting, including a great business partner. We've been working together almost a year now, so we really know each other's style and strengths. We're a good team, and we're so lucky to be in this together.
She still has her full time job, and my lay off scared her a bit, but that just motivates both of us to make every moment successful, positive, and full of focused activity and fun.
I keep going back to the fact that it is so important to have something that you can fall back on and build on your own, because corporations are crumbling all around us. Be ready for when it hits you, and your life will blossom instead of collapse. You can do it! I'll show you how, because, whew, I've been there.
Network marketing companies simply offer effective management.
In every corporate business, the guys at the top earn the vast majority of the money. The executive assistant NEVER makes more money than the executive. Middle management NEVER make more money than upper management. The worker bees NEVER make more money than the guys at the top of the heap.
In network marketing, every person has the potential to earn scads more than the people above them.
Each person earns money based on his or her ABILITY, rather than where they're placed in the company. I make quite a bit more money than quite a few people in my upline. I'm paid according to my ability, my enthusiasm, my belief in what I'm doing. It doesn't matter one whit that I joined months and months after other people. I'm doing just fine, thank you very much.
Let's face it, every business is a pyramid. One person can't do everything, once the business starts to grow, so you always hire others to help with the work. A child care center doesn't have one adult and 88 children. Not a successful (or legal) one anyway. A successful child-care center with 88 children would have administrators, teachers, interns, volunteers, and usually one or two people making sure it all hangs together. It's a pyramid of responsibility; it's a pyramid of pay scale.
The same applies to hospitals, dentist offices, Microsoft, golf courses.
The only ones calling names are the people who expected it to work without effort, wanted someone else to do it for them, or just, quite simply, gave up.
There are a LOT of people out there who are making it work just fine. And they're making it work because they're able to teach others how to make it work.
Find one of them. Find someone who has been successful, and get them to teach you.
It's not a pyramid SCHEME! It's simply effective management.
Yesterday, my boss fired me. Or maybe I got laid off; not sure what the difference is. Kinder terminology maybe. Regardless of the terms, yesterday I had a job; today I don't have a job. That's a big change in my reality, and it happens to a lot of people.
Yesterday, I was pretty upset. It caught me, not completely by surprise, but I didn't see it coming right now. I knew it was something that could happen, but I had let myself be lulled into a sense of security, of things going on the way they always have. I felt safe and content, and then suddenly, during a 3-minute conversation, I felt vulnerable and all alone.
I cleared out my desk, packed up the artwork and plants that made my little corner pretty and comforting. A friend helped me carry everything out to my car. And I drove away. It happened so fast, and it was so late in the day, I was able to say goodbye to only two people. Today, everyone came in and probably saw my empty spot and wondered what in the world happened.
Now, I sort of knew it could happen, because I knew that money was tight. I knew that some funding that they'd been counting on was maybe not going to happen, but they assured me that it wouldn't affect me, that they really needed me, and that I was safe. But I wasn't safe. It did affect me. My world is very different today than it was yesterday, not even 24 hours ago.
That's the world almost all of us live in today. Things change and they can change FAST.
I went home and told my husband what had happened, and my victory was that I was able to talk without breaking into tears. He was supportive and encouraging and enthusiastic about what door might open next. I was too caught up in my emotion to be swayed by his positive attitude, but I was able to stay off that slippery slope of debilitating fear and despair.
I didn't sleep much last night, so I woke up tired and groggy. But the amazing thing was, I woke up optimistic, enthusiastic, with a sense of freedom that has stayed with me all day long.
Things happen for a reason. We've all heard that, and most of us believe it, but when we're in the middle of a crisis, we might not be able to feel it. But I feel it. I have been working hard all day long at the thing that I LOVE to do, without fear, without anxiety, just knowing that it feels so right to be doing this. I can focus my full attention on MY own business, without the distraction of someone else's business.
I'm the main wage earner in my household. My husband is a minister and loves his work, but it doesn't pay anything at all. My income pays all of the bills, and sends us on vacation and buys us new computers and iPhones. So when my income goes away, our lives change.
But I'm not worried. I know that MY own business is going to grow tremendously over the next two months, because I know what I'm doing, and I can finally, finally focus on what I love to do: MY own amazing business. My own AMAZING business.
The worst financial disaster that could have happened to me and my family happened yesterday. And I'm feeling GREAT!
"For a small financial investment and a commitment in sweat equity, hard work, and dedication, anyone can be successful in network marketing."
Dr. Charles King
Doctorate in Business Administration from Harvard
Professor of Marketing at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
More quotes from Dr. King:
"Network marketing is moving into a wave of professionalism. We are seeing more and more professional - physicians, dentists, attorneys, CEOs, college professors - going into network marketing."
"There's no question, based on all of my research, that network marketing is one of the most cost efficient channels in all of the marketing disciplines - whether you're talking about comparisons with direct-purchase catalogs, direct mail, or telemarketing - network marketing continues to be the most effective distribution channel."
It's one of the fastest growing industries on the planet.
More and more companies are turning to network marketing as the BEST business model.
More and more people are treating it like a business - and succeeding!
Part of the magic of network marketing is that, as your business grows, you gain colleagues, not competitors.
As you train people to succeed, they become clones of you, out there being in more places than you could ever cover on your own. They don't break away and steal your customers. They don't set up shop across town and use the skills that you taught them to whittle away your bottom line. They stand with you, shoulder to shoulder, and become your greatest asset.
They say that it's lonely at the top.
Not if you take everyone with you!
There is so much to do and only so many hours in the day. You're building a business, probably while working full time at the job you're trying to escape, raising a family, juggling schedules, caring for aging parents, and having a quiet dinner out, at least once in a while, with your spouse, so you can remember why you're doing all of this anyway.
Some things you'll be really, really good at. Other things will be a struggle for you. Avoid the trap of trying to do it all yourself. Otherwise, you'll eventually run out of time and sanity.
Look for business partners with skills that compliment yours. If you don't like speaking in front of groups, keep your antennae out for someone who likes being up on stage. If you can't write, team up with someone who can. Are you super organized? Not everyone is. You can provide this skill to your partners, while they're up on stage or blogging.
Another option is to hire someone to help you. For a couple of years, I had a personal assistant. She picked up my mail and called catalog companies to get me off their mailing lists. She returned the videos (pre-Netflix). She bought batteries for my watches and kept the refrigerator stocked. She did my laundry and filled out the checks for me to sign for all of the bills I was supposed to keep track of. When I traveled for business, or pleasure, she kept all of these things going in the background, so I came home to a cleared desk, with no backlog.
Then I got laid off, and I couldn't afford to pay her any longer. But it taught me an important lesson: If someone else took care of the details that didn't interest me, I could focus on what I loved to do, working on my career.
When I started network marketing, things went along pretty good, but I was starting to get frazzled around the edges because there were too many things to do, and most of them I had to learn first. I was a scientist, with no experience in network marketing. I had to learn everything.
When I turned to social networking, I had to learn Facebook and Twitter and YouTube and blogging and and and. . . the list goes on as far as the eye can see.
I sent out a plea for help, and the perfect person said "I could do that for you!" And she could. She did. She still does. My business has grown fabulously since hiring her, because I can focus my attention on the parts that I've learned really well, and that I LOVE to do.
Self reliance is a wondrous thing. Overwhelm is the pits.
Where are you?
Do you want a LOT of customers? Do you want a LOT of business partners?
Look to the baby boomers.
Baby boomers control about 65% of the wealth on the planet. They have money to use; they are experienced consumers; there are a LOT of them: 76 million in the US, 1 billion worldwide.
Just after World War II, between 1946 and 1964, baby boomers popped up everywhere. What did they need first? Baby food. Gerber became a household name as it fed boomers across the country. After that, in quick procession other HUGE trends swept the world: Mattel and Hasbro (toys); the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Beach Boys (music); Ford Mustang (cars), McDonalds and Burger King (fast food); then Century 21 (real estate). These trends were so huge, that we simply think of them as reality. But, if not for the boomers, these trends would have been blips on the screen, like rotary clubs and literature societies.
Right now, the boomers are between 45 and 65 years old. What are they buying now?
Health and wellness information and products
Stay young stuff
If you choose one of these markets, you'll have the potential of a billion customers knocking at your door.
One of the things that I love about my company is that it's perfect for baby boomers, both as customers and as business partners. It combines aspects of business and health, financial freedom and staying healthy, that are very appealing to the baby boomers. It has it all.
The very core of a successful network marketing business is a product that you believe in, something that people truly want or need. To be sustainable, the product has to be unique and consumable.
Unique means that people have to buy it through you. It can't be something that they can pick up at Long's or Safeway. It has to be something that piques their interest, something that they recognize is going to help them in a way that other things haven't helped them.
Consumable means that your customer uses it up and buys it again next month. If you're selling aluminum siding, then you're constantly looking for your next customer, because last week's customer isn't going to be buying another set next month.
The right product is in front of the trend. Take the wellness industry. People are disillusioned with our health-care industry and are becoming more and more interested in maintaining their health, improving their health, so they can stay out of the hospital, stay out of their doctor's office.
A great product is one that will benefit baby boomers. They're still the biggest consumers around, and if you catch their interest, you will have more customers than Colonel Sanders and Ronald McDonald combined.
Look around. Find something that wows you. I tried 4 different companies, no wait, 5 companies, before I found the one that makes my socks roll up and down.
Find yours, and you're half way there.
There are so many. Here are a few:
You get to be the boss.
You control how many hours you work each week, each day.
You choose the people with whom you want to work. You get to ignore the people with whom you don't want to work.
You choose how much money you want to make.
You decide when to give yourself a raise.
You decide when to take a vacation. You decide when to come back. You decide if you even want to come back.
You get all kinds of tax advantages.
You can leave the business to your heirs.
You are investing your time, instead of spending your time. You get future returns, just like any investment, only of more time, which is a rare thing indeed.
The business belongs to YOU, and you choose how to manage it.
You get to help others do the same.
It's a wonderful world.
You've probably heard that jobs are scarce, that we're in a recession, that things will get worse before they get better, that we're in for hard times.
That might be true for many people, but it doesn't have to be true for YOU!!!
My company is experiencing record growth; so are many others. You just have to look in the right places.
The world is rich with possibilities, just waiting for you to look at them.
Open yourself to abundance!
Some people envision the world holding a finite amount of wealth, that if you get a piece of the pie, there will be less on their plate. Ludicrous!
Think about how much wealth existed in 1903, in 846BC, in 1960. Imagine how much wealth will exist in 2083, in 2010. Wealth expands and contracts according to the imagination, inspiration, determination of whoever happens to be standing on the planet.
I have never felt more confident about the financial future of work-at-home business owners. We are the wave of the future. We are stay-at-home, work-at-home moms. We are military wives. We are corporate escapees. We are college students, recent graduates. We are enthusiastic, motivated, inspired, richly rewarded.
You should check us out!
It's easy to be in a good mood when you're in a good mood. It can be somewhat harder to shift from a bad mood into a good mood.
Sometimes I wake up enthusiastic, with 24 ideas on what I want to write about, who I want to call, what I'm going to say at lunch, the messages I'm going to email my downline, my crossline, my upline. Those mornings are fabulous.
Sometimes I wake up weary. I curl up in a ball and just want it all to go away.
But those days are becoming more and more rare. I've been learning how to choose my emotion.
Here are some clues:
1. Practice when it's easier. Have you ever gone through child birth? Have you ever watched or coached someone going through child birth? There are breathing techniques that help you separate yourself from the pain. There are body positions that you can uses at different stages. There are things that you can do during child birth that will help a lot.
But you have to practice them ahead of time. If you wait until you're in the middle of labor, and someone says, "Breathe, sweetheart, breathe", your apt to take a wild swing and punch him in the jaw. You have to practice when it's easier, so that you can draw upon your expertise when you're in the moment and really, really need it.
2. Act consciously. When you feel yourself slipping into a mood, pay attention. I tell myself, "This is not where I want to go." "This does not belong to me." "This belongs to someone else, and I'm not that person." I play great music, really loud, really quietly. I sing. I keep a collection of inspiring books, and open one up and read a few pages to get me back on track. I tell myself again and again, until it starts to take hold, "This is not mine. I'm giving it back to You."
3. Be kind to yourself. If you're too far gone to drag yourself out, let yourself wallow for a while. No berating. No self-flagellation. Turn away from those habits again and again. Realize that you're here now, but you won't be here for long. You'll come out on the other side and return to the reality that fits you better.
4. Balance your energy. I have to admit that my most powerful tool is my Ayurvedic herbal drink. It shifts overwhelm to decisiveness. It shifts foggy-headedness to clarity. It shifts procrastination to action. It balances my energy, so I can exist in my best reality.
It's all in your head, but that's a marvelous thing. That means you can take charge and change it. Choose your emotion. And make it a good one.
Network marketing doesn't often explode into being. Some people can do that, but not many. Most of us build over time, solidly, determinedly, cyclically.
I've heard people say that their business imploded 5 or 8 or 6 separate times before they hit the top. Mine has imploded twice. It might implode again. That won't stop me. I KNOW in my heart of hearts, that this is the business that will help the most people the most. That's MY life goal: to help people blossom into the best version of themselves.
I don't care how long it takes them. I'm there for them. I match their effort. I lead them where they want to go.
I don't do it for them. That's pointless. If a mother never lets her child tie his own shoelaces, then that child grows up hampered. I take the time to show each person his or her next step. I hold the bicycle, running alongside, until she gets her balance, and then watch as she swoops toward her future, calling out encouragement and praise.
And bean by bean, my bag gets full.
I coach each person on how to run alongside the bicycle that someone else is trying to ride. I watch from a distance, my hand shading my eyes from the bright sun of their future.
I watch as, bean by bean, their bags get full.
We're changing the world, one bean at a time.
When we start a new venture, we don't always know all of the details. Network marketing definitely falls into that category.
Maybe you can see the whole picture. Maybe you know where you want to go, but aren't sure how to get there. Maybe you don't have the slightest idea what you want to do; you simply know that things have GOT to change.
Congratulations!!! You're ready!
There are a myriad of paths that you can take to business success. A good leader will help you sort through them and find the one that's perfect for YOU. A good leader will say "Try this. This might be the plan that works best for who you are."
A good leader will continue to show you the next step. Sometimes the next step will suddenly shine like a beacon, and you can flow forward on your own.
Sometimes you have to put your foot out into the dark before the stepping stone will begin to glow, showing you where to stand next.
Be impeccable in your thoughts and deeds. . .
and let the universe sort out the details.
Do your best, as often as you can. You'll get better and better, and soon you'll be showing others how to go where they want to go.
Don't worry about the entire journey. Focus on where you want to go AND the next step to take you in that direction.
Let your heart guide you. Let your leader guide you. Blend the two, and you'll end up where you want to be.
All things are possible. An idea, a dream, starts floating around in your brain, bumping into things, coming into focus, melting into the background, floating, bumping, today, next week, last month.
An insight blossoms in your heart. You see something that speaks directly to your inner self and you know that this is important.
Do you let it go? Do you turn away, sighing?
You don't have to.
Take the first step. Simply turn your attention to the idea, the dream, the blossom. Hold it firmly, gently, in your heart.
Every journey begins with a first step. Progress is made, step by step.
Make a commitment to YOUR yellow brick road.
In your heart, in the center of your being, what is the dream that waits, yearning to blossom?
I want to wake up . . .
when I'm finished sleeping.
I want to go where I want. . .
when I want. . .
with whomever I want. . .
I want to travel. . .
and find amazement in the world.
I want to study. . .
and explore all that fascinates me.
I want to help others. . .
and watch their eyes. . .
as their world transforms. . .
into their dreams.
I want to make a difference!
I want to be somebody!
I want my life to matter!
What do you want from life?
What do you believe is your greatest challenge?
If you take this step. . .
what does your life look like?
Where do you want to go?
How will you get there?
Connect with your enthusiasm and abundance!
I will lead
I will believe
I will create
I am a force for good.
People want direction in their lives. Sometimes we get so bogged down in the details, that we need someone to step up and point in the direction that we want to go. It helps us end up where we want to be.
What is leadership?
Leadership is the ability to lead people to do things they wouldn't normally do.
We all have the ability to become a leader.
Will you awaken your innate ability?
A leader is persistent, honest, inspiring, respectful, trustworthy, authentic, firm, confident, courageous, visionary, encouraging, supportive, loyal, organized, consistent.
You learn how to be a leader by practicing. Your learn how to be a leader by hanging out with leaders. Emulate. Internalize. Make it your own.
Sometimes it takes a while to develop your leadership. No worries. Just make sure you're headed in the right direction.
If you're not yet headed in the right direction, then turn so you're facing the right direction.
If you're not ready to face the right direction, then pray to your higher self, or God, or whatever is your source of inspiration. Pray for inspiration to turn in the right direction. Pray for the will power and the determination to turn. Pray for help.
You will get there. You will succeed.
When you're getting ready to talk with a new prospect about your business, take a moment to energetically prepare yourself. Let yourself grow quiet. Connect with your higher self. Reach out to the person with your thoughts, with your heart.
All you know about the prospect may be a phone number. Maybe you know the city where she lives. Maybe you have a fancy program that tells you things about that part of the world, like current weather, local news. Maybe you only know what time of day it is there.
Just let you mind rest on the connection you're making with her.
If you don't know how to do this, pretend that you know how. It works just as well that way, too. Pretty soon, you'll know how to do it.
Ask yourself: Is what I have to offer a fit for what she needs?
Let your mind rest on that question for a moment.
Then call her, and ask her about herself. Take quick notes. Children? Corporate job? Laid off? What does she enjoy doing? What would be her perfect job? What qualities about her perfect job are her highlights, her favorite aspects? If she had all the time in the world, how would she spend it?
Sprinkle in information about yourself, too, so it doesn't start to feel like 20 questions. Ick. But always end your SHORT story about yourself by bringing the conversation back to her.
Where did she go to school? Does she like to work with her hands? Does she write much? Does she like floating around the internet?
Then, ask yourself what aspect of your business would appeal to her the most? Does she like talking with people? Does she like meeting friends for lunch? Does she use the internet all day long? Is she overwhelmed with her kids and can't imagine taking time to start a business?
Handle her objections. Connect with her truth, and link it up with your truth. Be honest, sincere, supportive, creative, empathetic, authentic, courageous, respectful, inspiring. Be a leader.
Then she'll be able to see what fantastic business partners the two of you can be.
Network marketing has changed my life. I used to think that network marketing was for the birds. I thought it was overrun with desperate people, frantically running around coercing their friends into helping them to make this month's quota. I felt nothing but contempt and pity for people who got sucked into network marketing.
And then one of my best friends ever, asked me to buy some weight-loss shakes from her. I cringed. "Why are you doing this???" And she burbled over with enthusiasm, her face alight with hope; she was so excited that she couldn't sit still in her chair.
So, I took her pamphlet home with me, sighing. That night I started looking through the information she had given me, and I gradually grew very still. I read on and on. I got on the internet and checked things out. I grew quietly excited because I realized that network marketing was exactly what I had been yearning for, for more years than I could bear to think about. Here it was, right here, disguised by my preconceptions and ill-informed assumptions.
If YOU think network marketing is for the birds, if you don't get what all the fuss is about, you should look into it. It might be exactly what you've been hoping for, yearning for.
Network marketing has changed my life. I have come into my own. I'm a believer.
Network marketing is the perfect business, because you can build it in the way that fits you, your personality, your life.
Some people prefer to work alone, connecting with people over the internet. Network marketing is the perfect business for you. Or maybe you're a phone person, and love chatting away. Network marketing is the perfect business for you. Or maybe your favorite afternoon is sitting in a bookstore cafe, talking with a friend. Network marketing is still the perfect business for you.
Do you like mingling with people, chitchatting your way across the room? Guess what! Network marketing is the perfect business for you. Do you like getting away and spending time alone or with just your family around? Network marketing is the perfect business for you.
Do you like getting things done early in the morning? Yes? No? Do you prefer sleeping in so you can move through the quiet world of late nights? Either way, network marketing is the perfect business for you.
Are you in college, wondering if you'll be able to find a job when you graduate? Are you staying home to raise your children? Are you looking for a way out of your corporate job, with layoffs looming on the horizon? Are you retired, looking for the missing something in your life? Are you a teacher, trying to make ends meet every summer?
Network marketing is the perfect business for you.
Find a company that speaks to your heart. Find someone to teach you the ropes. Find one friend who is as excited about the possibilities as you are. Now you have everything you need.
Questions! Ask away!
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I hope you're having an amazing day.
Today I'm building my business while perched on a cliff above the calm, strikingly blue Pacific Ocean. I've been driving down the coast of California, about to arrive in Santa Barbara, and decided to pull over and have some lunch. The beauty and calm of the vista coaxed me to stay awhile, and so I'm spending a couple of hours building my business.
Because I choose to; because network marketing offers me this choice; because the wondrous world around me inspires creativity; because this is my world now: To do as I want, when I want, with whomever I want.
Of course, this wasn't possible 10 years ago. The internet and wireless connections have freed us to stay connected while roaming the countryside. But now it is within our grasp. It's within YOUR grasp.
Some people say that it's lonely at the top.
Not if you take everyone with you!
I can help you get here, too. Don't let anything hold you back.
Kids are heading back to school. The vegetable garden and fruit trees are winding down. The world is starting to still and grow quiet. It's the perfect time for reflection and shifting toward transitions that are important to YOU.
The busy summer is behind us; the busy holidays are ahead of us. We're at the cusp of a season of possibilities, of preparation that will yield wonderful rewards, just around the corner.
What would you like to change in your life, if you had to chose just one thing? What kind of a difference would you like to make?
What can you do today, even a baby step, that would take you in that direction? What is stopping you from doing that one thing? What can you do to make that one obstacle float away?
You can accomplish anything, if you simply make the decision to start now.
Where are you going? How do you get there?
What's your dream? How do you get there?
- I've been fired! Day 2
- Pyramid scheme? Nope! How do you KNOW?
- Hey! I got fired!
- The BEST business model. . .
- Create colleagues rather than competition
- Do it yourself, or pay the man?
- Look to the boomers
- What's the right product for you?
- Benefits of network marketing
- Choose your emotion
- Bean by bean, the bag gets full
- Where are you going?
- Yellow brick road
- What's your dream?
- Be a leader
- Communicate from your heart
- network marketing? Bah! Humbug!
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- Work where you want, when you want
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Despite the current slow economy, network-marketing businesses are growing robustly. There are many reasons for that trend: At our fingertips, we have online training resources, full support such as brochures, DVDs, slide shows, social networking, webinars, teleconferences. We have the freedom to work at home, on our own timeline, with an ever-widening group of people we care about and love to spend time with. It is the perfect business that fits easily into our lives.
Our vision is to create a heart-based business using the truly amazing opportunity that is possible through network marketing, available to anyone who sincerely yearns for greater financial freedom and greater time freedom.
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