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Monday, September 26, 2011

Are You Determined To Win?

Determination is important in network marketing in order to be successful. Determination is not just important in network marketing but in all areas of life. Success does not come easily and sometimes have to be achieved when all odds are against us.

I have seen a movie and was amazed at a scene that taught me something important. This movie that gave me a lesson that I will remember is called Coach Carter. Timo Cruz earlier was kicked out of the gym because he did not want to follow the rules that Coach Carter gave. Later Timo decided he wanted to play basketball even if it was to follow the Coaches rules.

Timo asked the Coach what he needed to do to play for the basketball team. The Coach tried to discourage Timo and tried to not tell him what he needed to do. However, Timo was determined to play for the team and kept asking the Coach for the requirements.

Finally the Coach reluctantly gave Timo the requirements. Timo had to give the Coach 1000 suicides and 2500 pushups by a time that was impossible to make. However, Timo didn’t look at those odds and gave up. Instead he was determined and looked at what was to come started his pushups. He worked on completing his goal none stop. Many times the Coach tried to discourage him and told him it was impossible so just give up. Timo let those words go from one ear to the next. He did not listen and kept going.

In the end Timo didn’t meet the requirement and the Coach was going to not let him on the team. However, the rest of the team saw his determination and vowed to complete his requirements for him. In the end his determination gave him victory. His determination impacted others around him and helped him to be successful.

Jared Hathorn
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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Finding a Home

Many people join network marketing to make money. However, many people choke themselves and not realize it. They look so hard for a get rich quick deal that they end up getting on new deals every week. My leader, Tim Miller, calls them internet junkies and says they will never earn enough income to make a good living.

In order to succeed in network marketing we must learn to find our home company. A company that we will stay focused on. We must love our company so much that we will not go to another deal. This is key in order to be successful in any network marketing business.

If we try to split our time and efforts into more than one deal than we are cutting our success by the percentage that is divided into the amount of deals we are in. Most if not all successful network marketers are successful because they are 100 percent in their company. Their time and efforts are focused at one thing and one goal. We must be all in to succeed in any network marketing business.

Jared Hathorn
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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Learning to Expose

Many people in network marketing tell us that we need to create relationships with people. They tell us that we must develop a way that people can know, like, and trust us. They tell us this with many words and sometimes with big words that will make people think they are very smart. However, many fail to really explain how this really works.

I want to focus on the part where it says that people can know us. How do we get people to know us so they can also learn to like and trust us? What many don’t tell us is that all they need to do is expose themselves. They need to do so by meeting as many people as they can. We need to get out of our comfort zone and find anyone and everyone that is new. Get them to join our facebook, twitter, and or any other social site. The more people we have in our friends list the better chance we have of success.

Do we expect to become successful if we do our best to look at just five people and pitch them our deal every day? That is not how this business works at all. First of all just pitching our deal to just the five ever day they will eventually stop being our friends. Our business will not grow unless we truly work at it. The more work we put into finding people the better chance we have of our success.

Also we need to learn to help the people we find.

Jared Hathorn