A great rule is to write down 40 people. You will find these people from these 4 categories of your life: (more…)
Never prejudge, never prejudge. (more…)
Here´s one of my favorite quotes, it´s from the great physicist Albert Einstein.
Don´t look to become a person of success, look instead to become a person of value.
Enthusiasm is a vital tool for staying motivated. Enthusiasm is to attitude what breathing is to life. Enthusiasm enables you to apply your skills more effectively. (more…)
Your attitude is everything, a great example is training. Is it boring to go through the training again? ´I know it all´ or do you think maybe ´I can learn´ or have you forgotten something that will help you earn more. (more…)
One of the biggest ways of attracting more people to your business, is to tell your story. When telling your story, remember it right. Start with the beginning, using vivid detail and emotional language. Record it to yourself and make sure you have it all written down. (more…)
Don´t defend yourself or make excuses for not working. People have lives to lead and a lot of people make excuses not to go that extra mile. Whilst working in Direct sales marketing you are looking for those people that will go that extra mile. Some people are inspired, some people are inspired more and will find a way to make their dream work. How do you find those people, not everyone is born an ACE,
So people are not interested, or saying go away, sometime it´s not the right time. There are those that are interested, are open, but have self-doubt and need support. There is no right way, there is no system set in stone that is perfect people need help and guidance to find their own way.
What works well for me, I can show you.
“Mind The Gap: Five Success Secrets from the London Underground” carries a powerful message for everyone seeking to achieve their dreams and live their highest potential. For those who have traveled through the many London Underground stations where the platforms are not perfected to modern trains, “Mind the Gap” serves as an immediate association with the polite but caring warning not to fall through the cracks in our own lives, get lost or lose direction.