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Re: You've switched again??

Post by LuvBodyByVi on Thu Mar 15, 2012 11:06 am

This is so true because I have experienced it. Years ago (5+ years), I was with a direct sales company, and I worked the business for about 3 years, and it just wasn't working for me. I took a permanent I thought. I recently started a new business, within the last few months, and I did have someone tell me that exact thing..."What are you doing now?" "I thought you were already doing something?" Talk about immediate irritation? That was me...LOL! But, it really told me a lot. It told me that that's probably what most of my family and friends are thinking, even though it was so long ago that I did that other company. But, I just keep moving along. Meeting new people and going in a different direction...and it's funny because my family and friends are now starting to ask me about my business, so we'll see how it goes! I love what I'm doing now, I'm passionate about it, so it will all work out.

You've switched again??

Post by JoycePenner on Thu Mar 15, 2012 5:23 am

Do your followers have trouble keeping up to what system you use or what company you are with? Are you flipping all over the place looking for that magic bullet?

STOP ! Take a deep breath. THINK - Through all the repercussions, the consequences, the lack of credibility that builds up as you flirt with this and that.

AND yes, that's what you look like - a moth attracted to the bright lights.

With no stability, no credibility, confused and yes, desperate.

Nothing cannot wait for you to take a deep breath, grab pen and paper, clarify your intentions in black and white, think about it, go to sleep, reread and think some more.

You, your brand and your credibility are more important than offering yet another opportunity and leaving people wondering what you're going to be doing next month.

Thinking - very undervalued.