Are you up to it?
Day after day, we hear stories of those who did and
those who didn’t. Are you one of the ones who did?
When we look at the results of what some members
have done with a program that just began a year ago,
then we realize that we can do it also. What makes
some excel while others just can’t do anything even
though they both started at ground zero. Why do some
make so much money in their quests while others continue
to wonder why I can’t do this at all.
Am I doing something wrong, am I using the wrong approach,
am I working with the wrong leader or am I dong something
else that just keeps me from having the same success as the
others seem to be having. What is it? What is it that keeps
me from making that kind of money while others seem to
have money rolling in each day. Is it me? Am I not working
hard enough or what is it?
I was working very hard and spending a lot of hours looking over
the parts of the program that I felt I needed to read and reread
just to find out what to do. Then I realized that I really did not
have a written or mental plan to follow. I needed certain steps
in which to map out where I was going and how I was going to
Once I had a written plan in which to proceed, then I could
see where I had been and where I was going. I needed to:
1) decide that I was not going to quit if it seemed to get harder.
2) decide to follow the steps of my upline because he/she were
successful because of what they had already done.
3) paid attention to the system and have faith in the already
proven system and not feel that “my system” was going
to work better. (this doesn’t mean you can’t tweak certain
areas to fit your make up)
4) continue to follow the updates and ideas that the leaders
have found to be more constructive than the original.
5) pay attention to why other members are successful and
attempt to emulate what they are doing.
I have worked with the philosophy that you use
persistent consistency – don’t let the little things
interrupt your big picture.
“You must have long range goals to keep from
being frustrated by short-term failures.”
Are you up to it? If I can do it, so can you.
Just take that philosophy!