SOMETIMES LIFE IS JUST "TIRED!" (Making It During The Blahs)

Written by Lee Wise

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Personally, I look forrepparttar simple things. I ask, "What is something I could do now that I would enjoy? What will 'fit in' my work day that will cause me to be creative in some small way?"

The four principles are:

1. Short! 2. Simple! 3. Enjoy! 4. Fit in! (i.e. I can work it in my schedule)

The idea: I breakrepparttar 122579 "blah" time with a fun or meaningful activity. I *create* in a segment of my life a place of refreshment. A place to enjoy. A place that breaksrepparttar 122580 "dry cereal mode."

I can do this at home or work -- or wherever!


This is important for Lee. I can tend to get "down" on myself inrepparttar 122581 middle of these times. "Ah, Lee, look at what so-and-so is doing. How come you're like this and not like him?"

I have to remind myself to "think truth." No, I'm not doingrepparttar 122582 best I am capable of but I'm still a part ofrepparttar 122583 team! None of us can play 100% all of repparttar 122584 time. Some days are just bad games inrepparttar 122585 season of life!

Take stock ofrepparttar 122586 things you are doing well. What areas are you contributing value to your organization or to your family? Think truthfully!


Stick with it. "Being there" does carry with it its own reward. I know when I have "pushed through" and not allowedrepparttar 122587 "blah day" to dominate how I feel about myself and how I perform.

I know it.

And, frankly, I like it when I can affirm that truth!


Like I said: I'm no expert, but I do try.

Want to know something?

I kinda did what I was talking about by writing this article. The last couple of days have been "blah" days for me. Taxes. Ugh!

I said, "I'm takin' a break!" I did. It helped.

I hope my break helps you!

Lee is a Seminary administrator, has a part-time business at home, and writes his own motivational mailing entitled "A Moment In Time." You may contact him at or by visiting Permission is given to distribute article. This entire paragraph must be included.

Choosing Your MLM Company

Written by Lois R. Thompson

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* Do they provide good ongoing training and support?

* Doesrepparttar companies philosophy supportrepparttar 122578 success of their distributors?

It's also wise to do a search onrepparttar 122579 web for information relevant torepparttar 122580 company. For instance, you could do a 'scam' search which would reveal any positive or negative information about a company, or a Who Is Search to determine who actually ownsrepparttar 122581 website, where are they located and so on.

In addition to choosing an MLM company, you should also choose wisely your Sponsor.

When choosing your MLM company, don't hesitate to contactrepparttar 122582 the person who referred you torepparttar 122583 company's web site. Find out how long they have been involved with that company. Take time to develop a relationship with this person, get to know them, keeping in mind that should they become your sponsor you'll be working in close relationship with them for years to come. If that person is fairly new, request a three-way call with their up-line.

You'll find that good upline support offering training on exactly howrepparttar 122584 business works, how to build it realistically and how to find and sponsor new prospects can greatly benefitrepparttar 122585 success of your organization.

Here are some added pointers:

* It is your business, so choose wiselyrepparttar 122586 people that you'll be working with. Look for those who are self-starters, people who understand that effort is required by all to succeed.

* Takerepparttar 122587 time to learn and know your business before attempting to promote it. This way, you'll be equipped and prepared to intelligently respond to any questions your prospects or down-line may have. You'll also have a head start on being prepared to train your down-line effectively.

* Be patient! Rome wasn't built in a day, neither will your MLM business earn you a six figure income in a month or two. Keep your focus - It will take time. If your business doesn't begin to pay off in a month or so, persevere - never give up!

* Take time to learn form your sponsor and upline how to train and work with your new down-line members to keep your sales organization duplicatingrepparttar 122588 producess.

* Make every effort to attend and participate in all available training calls, seminars and confrences.

* Be realistic about your goals, being sure to make a workable plan. Work your business as a business, not as a hobby. Remember, that in order for your goals to materialize, you will need to make and work you plan.

So, by choosing a company and sponsor wisely you can build solid residual income in MLM for years for a life time. Get out there and do it ... get going! The only limit you have is, you!


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