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Friday, February 27, 2009

Women Are Better Network Marketers and Men Can Learn

Men and women are built differently. They are different physically and mentally. While men do not desire to ask for directions women will ask. Men love power machines, trucks and fast cars, and tools. Women love flowers, make up, and doing their nails.

Women tend to enjoy a trip more than men. For example when women walk from their car to a building they look at the flowers and make sure they are not walked on. They subconsciously care and love the beautiful scenery. Men will just walk through the grass and step on the flowers because they desire the quickest way to go from point A to point B.

Now this does not apply to everyone but statistically this is a small difference the way we think.

Are women better network marketers?

Women statistically are better network marketers. However, men have the ability to learn. Women care more about relationships and they listen.

Creating relationships is very important in order to be successful in network marketing. People need to know us so they can determine if they trust us. When people trust us they tend to listen more. Creating relationships will increase our network. More people will increase the chance for people to follow us. How can people follow us if they do not know us?

Men do not care so much about relationships. They want the quickest way to get a sale or get people on their down line. Men can learn by getting out of their comfort zone and start creating relationships. When they start the best tool in creating relationships is learning to listen.

Women have the art of listening. Most people desire someone that will listen to them. Think about it for a minute. I myself desire someone to listen to me. When I have someone listen to me I feel like I am on top of the world. Men love to be on the top so much they don’t want to listen. They desire people to listen to them. Men do have the ability to listen. Listening will help us determine what people need. We may have the ability to help them. People trust better when we help them.

Be a mentor with a servant’s heart.

Jared Hathorn

Saturday, February 21, 2009

A Burning Desire for Success

Many people have the power to succeed and do not realize it. The people that were successful knew what power it took to be successful. True success starts with our minds. It starts with a thought and a desire.
What is this thought and desire?

Edwin C Barnes had a thought and desire to work with Thomas A. Edison. Most people think we need money in order to make money. People also believe we need education in order to get the best jobs. Barnes had no money nor did he have any education. All he had was the thought and desire that burned so greatly it became his fuel. His desire was to become an associate with Edison.

Barnes did everything he could to reach Edison. He stood in front of Edison has a poor man without anything. He asked Edison for an opportunity. Edison saw this fire and desire in his eyes and gave him the opportunity. Barnes looked for every opportunity to achieve his goal.

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill says that sometimes opportunity can come in the form of defeat. Edison invented a machine that none of his sales people thought would sell. Barnes saw this not as a defeat but an opportunity to show Edison he was worthy to became an associate. Barnes took a challenge to sell for Edison and in doing so became successful in reaching his goal.

In summary of thought and desire are goals. Goals will cause us to continue working on until the end of our days. Most people are happy as long as they have a goal to work on. What happens to people when they have no more goals?

People who desired to become a doctor went through school. Their desire brought them happiness. They finished school and now they are doctors. Yet something about them changes. They are satisfied with life. The state of being satisfied people loses a sense of purpose. We as humans need a purpose in life. In order to have a purpose we need to have goals. We need to renew our goals every time we achieve our goals. This will cause us to continue to grow.

Being a mentor with a servant’s heart causes us to continue to have goals. It continues to give us purpose in life. The purpose is to help people who are in need. There is an infinite number of people who need help.

Be a mentor with a servant’s heart.

Jared Hathorn

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

How Hard Is It?

Home based businesses can be very hard. We make phone calls and advertise our company and all we get is people rejecting us. Home based business is not a common job.

The time we spent growing up we went to school. Our parents and school teachers encourage us to finish school. They let us know that we must go to collage in order to make a living in life. This is what we are programmed to think. This is the common way of life.

The people who are successful in life did what others have not done. They decided they were not going to be common and reached beyond what people have dreamed of. Their dream was bigger than any dream anyone accomplished.

The problems we face in network marketing are time, money, and support.

Time is constantly against people in home based businesses. Home based businesses are not like regular jobs were we get paid by the hour. The money does not start coming as soon as we start. However, with time and persistence we will find ourselves financially free. Network marketing rewards us in the future and continues to reward us.

Because the money does not come right away we face the problem of not having money. The worst part is we keep seeing programs and how to e-books that cost so much money. People who start a home based business do not want to see or hear having to fork up more money. They need the information to be successful freely. They do not want to see programs such as buying leads. Buying leads cost too much and is a scam.

Because network marketing is such an uncommon job our friends and family put us down. Sometimes people join a business and their up line does not want to help them. Yes, we join network marketing to eventually be on our own. However, even the greatest guru's have mentors. Behind every great guru is a great mentor.

Let us learn to be mentors and help others. Let us give positive words that will defeat that battle in people’s minds.

We shall know the truth and the truth shall set us free.

Jared Hathorn

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

The Power of Words

"Death and life are in the power of the tongue...."

Many people fail to realize how powerful our words are. They do not realize that even the smallest negative thoughts or words affect us. They go to our subconscious mind and program us.

Words from people affect us even if we admit it or not. We all have heard of the lie that sticks and stones may break my bones but words may never hurt me. If these words are true then why do most of us get hurt when a family member or loved one talks bad to us?

We must learn to use this knowledge to help us. We must learn to always think positive about ourselves. When we do so we build up our self esteem. We learn to own our lives.

Great leaders learn to give positive words to others. They constantly believe in there followers and let there followers know they believe in them. This creates a positive energy that gives people power to own their lives. This is were mentors come in. Mentors help people by feeding them positive thoughts and giving them the tools necessary for them to become leaders.

Jared Hathorn

What I Feared

I started realizing my weaknesses. I wanted for so long to deny the fact that I am yellow because I wanted to be something else. Yet as I search ways to be a better networker and plugging more into the mentoring for free system I have realized I am definitely a yellow.

One of the things people suggest is to write a bio about ourselves in social sites such as myspace. I am finding it difficult to know what to write. I started wondering why I had such a difficulty. I believe I am realizing that it is a fear I have. The fear I have is fear of myself.

For the longest I have been driven by what people think of me. I have let what people think or my view of what people think program me. I decided to change who I was and in return I started to lose who I was.

For the longest I have posed a question of what is wrong with me. I am discovering with the help of mentoring for free and most importantly with the help of my wife that I am perfect just the way I am. Mostly as my wife gives me more love I automatically give myself love and my behavior changes on its own. It changes to who I am and in return I am gaining people who are interested in me.

Jared Hathorn

Friday, February 13, 2009

Don't Let Fear Take You

Poverty is a physical state that no one desires to be in. Many people fear to be in poverty. I myself experienced what most people fear. I have had times of no money and no job. In that period of time I have learned many things.

More fear is created in the mind as we are in poverty. Questions that drive our fear come without hesitation.

How do I come up with enough to get food?

How do I find a job were employment rate is low?

Is there something wrong with me?

I have learned that these questions destroy us and give more fuel to fear. When fear takes us it paralyzes us. Fear clouds our minds to make sound judgment. We tend to focus too much on the problem and very little on the solution.

We must learn to give ourselves hope. We must learn to think positive in any situation we are in. We must learn to make statement that takes away fear.

I don't have a job however, I will get one soon enough.

I don't have food at the table but there will be a way to feed my children.

There is nothing wrong with me because I am perfect just the way I am.

When we learn to turn our situation in to a positive thought we become less fearful and we can make sound judgment. He learns to love himself.

"There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear."

Jared Hathorn

Monday, February 9, 2009

Do You Have Faith?

"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."

According to the second definition of faith in the American Heritage Dictionary, faith is belief that does not rest on logical proof or material evidence.

Faith is what drives every person. It has no room for negative thoughts. It gives us purpose in life. Without purpose we are useless.

Many of us have heard that we need to believe in a higher power. I believe this to be true. It is our fuel for faith.

For some the higher power is our inner self. For others it is in a god they believe in. I for one believe in Jesus Christ as my higher power.

Without faith we tend to think negatively. By thinking negatively we become anxious and our mind is clouded. It becomes difficult to use sound judgment. We tend to make excuses to not do the things needed.

Having faith allows us to open our minds to positive thinking.

"Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy--meditate on these things."

Jared Hathorn

Saturday, February 7, 2009

What's Your Excuse

Many people make excuses for not doing what they should. They let their minds run on negative thoughts.

I can't do this.

I will always get people that tell me no.

I do not have enough money to continue marketing.

I do not have a phone or computer.

Many people love to use the word can't. However, what most of us mean are we will not.

We also give ourselves self fulfilled prophesies. I believe the power comes within our mind. Whatever we think of that is what we will be.

Yes at times circumstance and life gives us stumbling blocks. Most people use that to make excuses in their lives. However, the ones that look at the problem and say they can defeat it win. The ones that take their time figuring out solutions instead of making excuses rise to the top.

Jared Hathorn