Network Marketing Today Using Ruben Gonzalez Olympic Champion Mindset
Ruben Gonzalez was a guy from Argentina that immigrated to Houston when he was 6 years old. As a kid he was inspired by the skiers who had skied in Lake Placid and did the Louge which is one of the toughest parts of skiing to master. Ruben had a dream, a struggle and a victory. Rubens father used to tell him that he was a hard headed guy and never listened to him when his father talked to him directly. Therefore his father stopped telling him to do things directly and since he saw his son being into books he pointed him out to biographies of successful people.
When Ruben read the books he was inspired but more importantly he learned that there are three things that determine what make you successful in life. They are the people whom you hang out with, the books that you read and when you struggle you do not quit. Ruben avoided the excuse of having a lack of connections to the Olympics. He disregarded the fact that it was too hot in Houston and that he had a lack of connections. Ruben was a leader because he picked up the phone and called Lake Placid in Upstate New York from Houston. They told him that he was too old to get started training for the Louge. Kids started at age 10. Ruben was 21 years old and they also said to him that he would have a lot of broken bones if he attempted to ski down the mountain. But Ruben did not buy into the excuse, he had skied at any level no matter how low it was.
Just because Ruben got his foot into the door did not mean that at first he did not want to quit. He did just like anyone else. Ruben called up a good friend and mentor of his down in Houston Texas and his mentor told him to recite a self talk. Ruben did that at least 100 times and he had overcame that obstacle. Ruben had a few broken bones but that did not take him out of the game like many other people who were better than him had. He wanted to be a winner in the Olympic Championship so badly that he would die for it. So he continued no matter what the circumstances were.
Ruben made the Olympics and was a champion!! He continued through the years skiing on the Louge and at age 39 he was skiiing with people have his age. The ones who had quit a generation earlier were in their houses watching telelvision and saying that "I wish I had", Ruben Gonzalez said that he was glad that he did not quit.
The moral of the story is that you want to avoid being the dead duck shot in the water by those hunters and those log jams that block your kayaking from moving forward. You want to have yourself an Olympic Mindset and say your self talk at least 100 times per day and when one negative thought comes in yell STOP IT!!! Because one negative thought cripples you from moving forward. Take the information from this article and use it or else you will lose it!!
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