I listened to a small piece of The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale on the way to a meeting a couple days ago. In this particular section he was talking about goals and comparing them to the destination of a ship on the ocean.
When a ship leaves a port it has to have a destination and a captain at the tiller if it is to have any chance of arriving at any meaningful place.
Earn Nightingale sayes that a ship without a destination is likely to run aground as a derelict on a deserted beach, if it ever even made it out of the port in the first place.
A network marketing business without a strong leader (captain) and a clear goal (destination) will do much the same. It isn’t likely to make much money, if any at all, and definitely won’t accomplish anything worth talking about.
I take that back. People may talk about it, but only as an example of what not to do. I don’t think that is how you would like your network marketing business remembered.
It is important for all business people to understand this, but more so for network marketers because this may be a new idea for the first-timer.
What is your goal for your network marketing business? What course are you setting for your ship?
It doesn’t have to be a huge goal. It could be as simple as getting your website set up or making your first sale. Even the simplest goal will get you pointed in the right direction. When you accomplish that goal it is time to set a bigger one.
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