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consistent action, how to improve your skills in network marketing, network marketing, mlm, home based business, mumpreneur, fitting it all in, making the most of your time, building a business around kids
Aug 05 2016

Are you fumbling your feedback loop?

Home based business means you can choose your hours. This is both heaven… and hell (I already wrote about that). Sure you can choose to take things slowly. You can fit business bits and pieces in around the stuff of your life. Within reason. Think about this: If you were trying...

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Home based business, network marketing, working from home, staying the course, commitment, if you knew would you have started, when you have to grow
Jul 27 2016

If you knew…would you start?

A friend of mine, Nina, recently started a café. It’s no ordinary café. It’s exquisite. Vegan food oozing creativity and nutritious goodness but also beautiful in its earthy simplicity. Just three months into her endeavour the café is in big demand. Yet she said to me recently if she’d known...

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overwhelm, home based business, network marketing, work from home, how to cope with overwhelm, leadership in network marketing, MLM, commitment, going the distance, the whole nine yards
Jul 21 2016

Odd antidote to overwhelm.

In network marketing there are heaps of new skills to master. And to add to that, becoming productive in one area means immediately needing to up-skill in another. So the first 12 months of my business saw me constantly spinning plates...

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Jim Rohn, success formula, commitment, attitude, learning new stuff can suck, accountability, the stats say network marketing doesn't work,
Jul 07 2016

The stats say it doesn’t work

A friend of mine just finished a boot camp at a local gym. She is feeling (and looking) a million bucks. It was really hard work. It cost money. It took time. She invested in specially made meals, gym classes and studying information sent out during the 12 weeks....

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it’s hard to get excited about the obstacles that lay between an ordinary life and an extraordinary life.

It can seem easier to go along with the crowd, especially if we're rushing about hidden under 'busy'.

It's easy to think you can get round to the difficult stuff later, when it's more convenient.

But here's a priceless thing to wrap your head around...
Jun 29 2016

Curing wannabe entrepreneur-itis

You’re going to come across a lot of people who want all the benefits of being a successful entrepreneur.  Like we looked at earlier this month in a blog that resonated with a lot of readers: Pretending to Pay the Price. The benefits? Well there's the freedom, the...

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