7 thoughts on “Chuck’s MLM Weekly Wisdom # 48 – August 5, 2015

  1. Mickiyas

    Your tip #1 is very true.

    There are a lot of people who are successful and are always motivated. Contrarily, there are some people who seem to be always depressed and down. It’s easy to motivate those types of people momentarily, but their motivation quickly fades away.

    I remember reading a quote once, to the effect of, “motivation gets you started, habit gets you there”, and it’s very true.

  2. Diamond Grant

    Love the idea of using webinars to support your team, whether your own webinar or one created by someone else. A lot of people on my team learn best when they are able to take in information on their own time and in their own setting versus when I am meeting with them or talking to them over the phone. Having that option that they can reference and go back to is great and helps a lot of people soak in information they need to thrive.

  3. Greg Boudonck

    I firmly believe we do not have the power to keep other people motivated either. Motivation must come from within. While we can help build the motivating ideas and thoughts, the only person who can truly accept or reject motivation is the person who needs it. I believe motivation is something like a ferris wheel…sometimes you are up and sometimes down, but the main difference is we control the operation of that carnival ride.

    Great post Chuck. Thanks.

  4. Mark Scott

    This is a pretty great article! I wish I had read this when I first got involved in the work from home industry! I pretty much joined the first thing that a friend “pitched” me and didn’t do any research at all.

    Boy, was that big mistake!

    All the points that you mentioned above are great!

    I would like to add that you should find a well respected mentor to this list.

    You can do alot of things on your own in this industry, but you’re only going to make it so far without proper guidance from someone who has been there and done it! It’s better to learn from someone else’s mistakes than your own in this respect!

    Again, thanks for this very informative article!


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