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Helen Jamieson, ibuiltanetwork, ibuiltanetwork.com, The Networker, network marketing success, keeping it real on the mlm highway, does network marketing work?, mompreneur, replacing your income with network marketing
Aug 18 2017

Are you really helping?

One wet and stormy day last winter, before any hope of spring had raised its head, my neighbours jumped on a plane bound for Bali to warm their bones. They left behind their little flock of 9 sheep. All but one of which were about to produce...

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law of attraction, home based business, network marketing, mompreneur, when things go wrong in business, are you causing bad things to happen?
Sep 28 2016

Is it really your bad vibrations?

I’ve seen a lot of people get paralysed when ‘bad’ things happen thinking their faulty vibration must have caused it. And I’ve also seen that lead to a lot of people refusing to talk about or address ‘bad’ things that have happened because they don’t want...

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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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