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Tenacity, quitting, network marketing, mlm, attitude, courage, flogging a dead horse, home based business, mums in business
May 18 2016

When’s a good time to quit?

In 200: 2: 1 tenacity was given a big round of applause. But it's worth revisiting because something I discovered (the hard way) is that tenacity isn’t always a good thing. It’s good when applied to YOU.  Digging deep to find the necessary energy to get up one...

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home based business, mlm, network marketing, mums in business, keeping it real in network marketing, notes from the mlm highway, attitude, whether you think you can or think you can't you're right, got to show up to stand a chance
May 11 2016

Stinking Thinking

There’s a contest happening at our local supermarket at the moment. With my bundle of receipts comes a note encouraging me to text a code and give feedback about my shopping experience. The large print tells me I could be the lucky winner of $500 if I...

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Fear, comfort zone, Liz Gilbert, Elizabeth Gilbert, attitude, home based business, mums in business, mumpreneur, network marketing, notes from the mlm highway
May 05 2016

Fear is your friend

In late summer, along with 1000 other people, I drove through a rainy, humid night to hear author Elizabeth Gilbert speak. At the end of her talk she was asked about fear and how to overcome it. She said, “I don’t want to be a fearless person” And...

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Leadership, comfort zone, coaching, dreams, home based business, network marketing, belief
Apr 28 2016

Shaping a person’s dreams

Recently I talked with a retired commercial property designer. She said something really interesting. “I pushed my clients’ boundaries to help them achieve their real goals”. She was skilled at what she did and produced some outstanding, landmark work. I asked her what she thought made her...

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Network marketing, belief, coaching, persistence, leadership, helping someone learn, building a team
Apr 21 2016

Getting the door open

My youngest daughter taught me something yesterday. Again. She was grappling with the car door handle from the outside. Having tried and failed to pull the door open several times, she looked to me to do it for her. Never one to miss a chance to say ‘you...

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Who are your superstars?

Who are your most valuable players? How are you going to know them when they appear? These are crucial questions because often your team superstars come in heavy disguise. Either they seem quite scary with the extent and ferocity of their skepticism (for more on this topic try:...

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