A Purpose-Driven Life
Back in 2003 I was in a kind of a “life crisis” and didn’t know what direction to go.
I had read Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrant and realized that working for someone else was NOT what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.
I needed to do something different! But do what? [Read more…]
Get Rich Slow—The 4 Cornerstones of Network Marketing
Tom “Big Al” Schreiter once spoke what has become my all-time favorite summary phrase about network marketing: “Most people do network marketing everyday — they just don’t get paid for it.”
The utter simplicity, practicality and truth of this statement are to me the essence of what I call the
Get Rich Slow approach to network marketing.
Here are what I consider the four cornerstones of that philosophy: [Read more…]
THE BIGGEST AND BOLDEST INITIATIVES TONY ROBBINS AND PETER DIAMANDIS ARE WORKING ON
EPISODE 253: NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE |
JOE POLISH INTERVIEWS TONY ROBBINS AND PETER DIAMANDIS
7 Ways to Develop Daily Discipline
Many people wonder how I manage to stay so disciplined. They think my life must be very hard because I’ve always followed a strict schedule, from when I was training to be an Olympic athlete to now, since I’ve co-founded On botraining, an online coaching service that helps people achieve their goals.
Achieve Anything by Embracing Rejection
Let’s face it – no one likes being rejected, but it’s a part of life. Whether you were passed up for a job, denied acceptance to a school or program, or turned down when you asked someone on a date, the initial feeling of rejection is terrible. The world would be a better place if people weren’t rejected, but everyone deals with it at some point in life.
Luckily, once you move past the first negative feelings, you can actually benefit from rejection. If you choose to make the most out of an unfortunate situation, being rejected can make you a stronger person in several ways.
HERE ARE 6 POSITIVE QUALITIES YOU CAN BRING INTO YOUR LIFE BY EMBRACING REJECTION:
Why is Personal Growth So Important?
I believe that at least 90% of my success in network marketing is directly attributable to my commitment to personal growth.
How else could a dyslexic maintenance manager from remote Minnesota, deeply in debt, living in a 12×72 Garland trailer with no training at all become a millionaire with three homes and friends on every continent?
“Formal education will make you a living;
self-education will make you a fortune”.
Chicken Soup for the Network Marketer’s Soul
Since 1979, network marketing has pretty much been my life.
When I was first introduced to this profession, I knew nothing about it except vague rumors. [Read more…]