A component of success

Ever tried having a battery with just the positive + end without the negative-? there would be no battery right?

Sean Combs was afraid when he was fired, he had no college education and expecting his first child.Nevertheless, he made a decision in that situation, to start his own business and today is world renowned entrepreneur, philanthropist etc. In his own words he said “Failure is a component of success”

Oprah Winfrey has a similar story. Back in the eighties she was demoted but ended taking over an afternoon talk show though the opportunity that the circumstance provided. From there she grew the popularity of the show and today is estimated to be worth over USD4 billion with her OWN production/studio.

Steve Jobs was fired from his job at Apple but went on to found Pixar (the largest animation studio) later bought by Apple.

Just like going to the gym to exercise: NO PAIN, NO GAIN. When one doesn’t do the sets and reps there can be no growth/muscle tone/physical fitness. Same in network marketing, in a profession with global turnover of closer to USD200 billion annually, without networking, presentations, follow up with rejection/objections in between, the will be no sale of products/sponsoring new people

Embrace rejection, defeat, objections, failure as a component of success. You’ll meet these as you build your business however they are just there to keep out unwanted elements (not you)

“Adversity is a necessary panacea to success. The greater the challenge the greater the reward. You have everything to gain and nothing to lose”-S.N (Multi-millionaire)

 

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About nmsuccess

A Network Marketer who is Catholic Christian,a custodian of a wildlife heritage and a soccer & cricket fan. Basically i joined my current network marketing company in 30 March 2011.Influences of R.Kiyosaki,Don Failla have played part in resillience in this MLM industry.
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