How to Stay Motivated in your Network Marketing Career
There are times when the struggle to keep going is real. It is a must that you hang in there and never give up when it comes to dealing with those off days of Network Marketing.
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Many network marketers constantly doubt themselves and their ability to produce good results. They often find that they are making excuses and offer some justifications as to why they cannot give their best. One of the common excuses is that they do not have enough knowledge to successfully run their business. They don’t feel ready. According to Darin, “One hour in the field is worth 20 hours in the classroom.”
While learning is important, it should be done in a constant cycle where you are always taking action. Start doing the activity, learn and improve your knowledge and then gradually you will get better and better. Be persistent and consistent in everything you do while keeping a positive attitude.
That is why Darin recommends that you ACT the way you WANT to feel, rather than act the way you actually feel. Psychologists have determined it’s easier to ACT your way into feeling than feel your way into acting. Emerson told us to, “DO the thing,” and then you will have the power. He didn’t recommend WAITING for the power and then go do the thing. Most days we will not “feel” like being positive or doing the activity. This is a comfort zone that takes us back to where we’ve always been, which is never comfortable. It’s just we are used to being there. We have to be a little uncomfortable for a period of time in order to be very comfortable later. We have to learn to manage our emotions and keep pushing forward no matter how we feel.
Ultimately, if you are committed to the journey, you will see the challenges you are facing in your network marketing business as an untapped goldmine that will take you closer to the positive results you want to achieve. Block out all negative feelings and focus on fueling a positive attitude. Check out blog pages for more free helpful tips from Darin Kidd.