You don’t learn how to do this.
I heard a mentor of mine say this earlier today and it seemed a little harsh… and then after about 26 seconds it seemed so obvious. 🙂
It doesn’t matter if you’re in a network marketing company, you’re building a blog, you’re an affiliate marketer or creating your own products.
You can’t blame your success or lack of success on anyone else… you have to take responsibility for learning the skills necessary to succeed in the business model you’ve chosen.
How do you do that?
Find a mentor. Find someone who is already doing what you want to do successfully… then do what they do.
You know, it’s kind of weird… the more time you spend around people the more you pick up their mannerisms, the way they talk, the way the gesture, the things they do. This is a fact. It happens. Just take a minute and think about a time when you’ve been in close contact with the same person for an extended period and think about how some of their “essence” transferred to you.
The real question then becomes…
Who are you spending your time with?
Are you spending your time around people who already have what you want or are you spending time around people who are bringing you down, telling you it’s silly to dream so big or worse?
The more time you spend around people who are already successful in the areas you want success the more their “essences” will rub off on you. Now this doesn’t mean you have to stalk them and be creepy about it. 😉 You can get audios they’ve done and listen to them… even if you only have ONE audio from a mentor you can listen to it over and over and over again. You can join their forum, or join their team, or get on webinars or training calls they offer. Do whatever you have to do to listen to them, be around them, soak them in.
It will make a difference… and start learning.
Chances are you’re going to screw up along the way. It’s inevitable. And it’s a good thing.
When you fall down… pick yourself right back up, and get back to work. It’s the only way. No one learns from smooth sailing easiness in life. No. We learn from mistakes. We learn from messing up. We learn from challenges, struggles, the tough stuff in life.
So don’t let setbacks, roadblocks, or failure be your excuse to give up.
Take responsibility. Learn the skills you need. Get around other people who are successful. 🙂
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