September 6, 2016 Category: Business Opportunity Leads, Home Based Business Leads, Identifying an ideal Home Business, MLM Leads, MLM Success Tips, MLM/Home Business Training

Our goal is to help you get results in your MLM business.  In pursuit of our common goal – because I know you want results, big time – it means you need to know where you want to go and how you are going to get there.  Sounds kind of obvious, I know. But it’s easier to say, than to do. So let’s look at some simple strategies to get you closer to where you want to be, faster.

Would you agree that motivation comes from wanting more than you have now, including more productive results than you are experiencing?  If you want to play a bigger game, you have to cultivate discipline. Discipline in your MLM, network marketing or direct sales business means understanding what tasks you need to accomplish and then making a simple plan for getting ‘em done. (oh, and then doing it – that’s the discipline piece!)

Over the years, I’ve heard people bring up the same challenges time and again – we all face them. We all get stuck in the same ways, by the same things. Even though it feels sometimes like it’s just you, trust me, it isn’t.

In fact, the most successful people got there by figuring out how to discipline themselves and manage their time. They don’t think about whether they want to do “it”, they focus instead on  getting it done. They remove the emotion from the equation. (the emotion being “I don’t feel like it…”).

Here’s what people tell me are the most difficult things they encounter on a day to day basis:

  • Getting to your desk and working regularly
  • Repeatedly feeling lost or stuck, not certain what to be doing, or how to get better at what’s not working
  • Feeling overwhelmed by tools and systems
  • Being unorganized and not knowing how to streamline and organize

Do any of those problems resonate with you? Let’s talk about you to get yourself ‘unstuck’ so you can increase productivity and stop feeling aggravated by what you’re not doing.

Wouldn’t it feel great instead, to feel self-satisfied?
Of course it would!  If you want to develop as a leader, you must make self-improvement a goal. You accept that progress is always a few steps forward and then one or two back.  Sometimes progress is a backslide.

But it’s still progress because the minute you recover your balance you start that forward motion again. That takes discipline which comes from making a decision and following through – no matter what.

First, identify what isn’t working and get help. Either help yourself by figuring out what you need to do and committing to fix it, or you ask someone else to help you. I’ve often found someone who has nothing to do with your business might have the best perspective on how you can make the changes, or organize your business.

Remember, the goal of fixing your internal processes is so you are free to focus on the activities that you need to accomplish and that’s where the discipline comes in. You have many tasks in your business, but the most important one is MAKING YOUR PHONE CALLS.


Because making calls and sharing your business is how you make money. Everything else is in service to that goal. Clear everything out of the way and book calling into your calendar. Making a set number of calls every week will give you tremendous satisfaction and when it starts the delivering the results that are inevitable, you’ll be grateful you made self-discipline your number one business task.

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