"...Nope. Sorry. Too Busy."

Written by Andre Best

Continued from page 1

(I know, some of you might be thinking 'If they're stupid enough to drive a 150-horsepower engine on wheels without a helmet... let 'em facerepparttar consequences of bugs in-betweenrepparttar 122501 teeth andrepparttar 122502 results from crashingrepparttar 122503 bike.' Well, unfortunately, once they open up their silly little noggin's onrepparttar 122504 asphalt roadway when they layrepparttar 122505 bike down at 75 mph we Arizonians are all stuck with paying forrepparttar 122506 medical rehabilitation costs. Strange laws we have here inrepparttar 122507 U.S.of A., eh?)

I digressed off of my digression. Sorry.

Anyway,repparttar 122508 conversation I overheard was...

Concerned 'Person A' (after seeing a non-helmeted rider just arrive in a shopping mall parking lot): "Do you think we should go over there and tell that guy what could happen to him if he crashes while riding his motorcycle? Do you think we should tell him it's not safe to be riding his motorcycle without a helmet?"

Non-concerned 'Person B': "Why do that?... Don't you think he ALREADY maderepparttar 122509 decision to not wear a helmet?"

Good response. Person B made a keen insight into human thinking. ---~~~=== Comment - End ===~~~---

Okay, back to this time stuff.

How can this insight help you specifically grow your biz? Well, how about you now really know whatrepparttar 122510 vast majority of, if not all, people are *really* saying when they answer your request to join their deal and they say they 'don't haverepparttar 122511 time'.

Does that make them a bad person? NO, of course not.

Does that make them a liar? Well, let's be nice here.

I would venture a guess that they don't truly know just exactly what they are saying with their answer. Just like I didn't know at first when I answered my lovely wife's question about my biz.

I truly believed I didn't have enough time to do certain things that she thought I should be doing. But what was actually happening wasn't that I didn't haverepparttar 122512 time to dorepparttar 122513 actions she thought I should be able to do -- rather I wasn't making these enough of a priority to allow me to actually decide to TAKErepparttar 122514 time to do them.

Interesting twist there wasn't it.

So, digging deeper here...

When a prospect tells you that they don't haverepparttar 122515 time to do your deal with you, you now know that your deal is not important enough for them to do.

At least for right now.

They don't have doing a biz up there on their priority list. They may *want* to do one. But not right now because if they did they truly would makerepparttar 122516 time to work with you.

It's pretty simple when you think about it.

Obviously, we're all humans (duh :-) and as humans we mostly don't want to hurt others feelings. So we tell that little white lie to those others and also to ourselves. Instead of doingrepparttar 122517 work and figuring out for ourselves what it is that we actually want to be doing in life, we would mostly rather go along and takerepparttar 122518 easy route and just tell ourselves that we don't haverepparttar 122519 time to do certain things.

Certain things that would have major impact on our life and existence on this plane. If only we made them a priority.

I know that this is tough to see for some of us. I know that this is why we're told to takerepparttar 122520 six things we want to do that day and prioritize them from most to least important. Even though they may all be important to us still just categorize them from one to six onrepparttar 122521 list. And then do number one and don't move on torepparttar 122522 next one until that one is completed. Totally done.

THAT is a good way to figure out one's priorities for that day. But again...

THAT is a lot of focused work to complete that task.

And most folks won't truly have 'doing a biz' up there EVERY day on their list of six priority things to do.

THAT my friends is what should help you, again, to know in another way how to sift and sort those prospects as you work your biz.

Don't fight with your prospects.

Don't argue with them.

Don't 'overcome that objection' of not enough time.

Rather, just accept what they say. Because now you know what they are truly saying.

...And then just move on torepparttar 122523 next prospect. And hey, whatrepparttar 122524 heck, just come back to that person in a few months or so and ask them again what's up in their life and if they truly show interest in your deal, maybe they now 'haverepparttar 122525 time'.


Andre Best is the owner of http://www.Is-MLM-For-You.com - a generic MLM resource site offering over 400 printed pages of unique information for struggling and beginning MLM/network marketers.

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The Right Time to BE Successful in MLM

Written by Andre Best

Continued from page 1

Are you wasting your ever-so-precious 'present' time? The only TRUE time that you have thinking aboutrepparttar past grains of sand that you let 'slip by'?

There they are, down there. You can see them in your memories and yet you can't change a law of nature.

They're in that lower chamber to stay.

You can't get them back.

They've fallen.

Their time came and went and you didn't do anything about it.

How many MLM prospects did you let slip by that past present moment?

How many business-building opportunities?

How many times did you let a moment to reach out to that prospect slip by intorepparttar 122500 never-to-be-seen-again lower chamber?

And then do you know what you do to make it worse?... Like most ofrepparttar 122501 rest ofrepparttar 122502 world?

You take that memory of that past missed opportunity, of that regret, of that one that got by, and you imprint it on allrepparttar 122503 grains of sand inrepparttar 122504 upper chamber of your hourglass 'future' zone.

How do you do this?... With your memories ofrepparttar 122505 past.

With your thoughts.

In your mind.

And so what happens then?...

...You're destined to repeat those missed chances, those regrets, those gone-by prospects again. A never-ending cycle.

As long as a person keeps bringing absolutely unchangeable past events intorepparttar 122506 present, through thought - consciously or sub-consciously, these events are going to be repeated again at some-time inrepparttar 122507 future.

It's a law of nature. And it's a never-ending cycle that can be hard to get out of.

Think about it.

How many times have you heard fromrepparttar 122508 big MLM heavy's what they had to go through before they finally 'made it'? They had to experience so many failures, most people would have quit long ago, but they didn't.

Read Richard Poe's classic 'Wave 3' book and you'll see tons of examples of this.

So how does this all relate to you?...


How many past 'failures' have you had that you're afraid will repeat themselves AGAIN?

How much money did you loss in that last 'deal' or deals and you're afraid that your next one orrepparttar 122509 one you just started will dorepparttar 122510 same thing again? And so you approach your present business-op totally cautiously and ever so-slowly?

How much success do you think THAT will breed? I'd guess not much.

Or none.

How about being afraid of ANY aspect of your MLM business because of what 'happened before'?

"That person rejected me."

"My family laughed at me."

"My spouse says this pyramid stuff is nothing but a scam."

"I lost a bunch of green in that last ad co-op so maybe I shouldn't do that again."

"I went out and talked to tons of people and all I got were "no's", so maybe I should rethink this stuff."

"Maybe there's another deal out there that's better then this one, so maybe I should just wait and hold out until I find it."

Think about it. Get analytical and into your head. How much of your PAST experiences are you bringing into your PRESENT deal?

I'm not just talkingrepparttar 122511 bad stuff here. I'm also talking aboutrepparttar 122512 good stuff. But, if you're relatively fresh to MLM, you don't have many, if any, good experiences yet. Just 'bad' ones. Right?

Moving on...


Okay, let's just get torepparttar 122513 bottom line of this insight of mine...

All you have right now is NOW. Basic? Not rocket science? Simple?


But how many people actually are living inrepparttar 122514 present?

How are YOU approaching your new MLM business?

Are you living inrepparttar 122515 present?

Are you seeing your present deal or that deal you're considering with a totally clean slate in that wonderful mind of yours?

Are you seeing all of those prospects as for what they are? Potential heavy's who just might help you get what you want if you first give them what they need?

Are you leavingrepparttar 122516 past TOTALLY behind you? Not just in your MLM business, but in your life in general?

You see, when you're lettingrepparttar 122517 past intorepparttar 122518 present it creates a future filled with fear.

And doubt.

And hesitation.

And procrastination.

And regrets.

And failures.

Don't do that to yourself.

You got into this MLM stuff so that you could get what you wanted from your existence on this planet. You didn't join to make pennies. You joined to MAKE your dream. Whatever it is.

If that isn't happening for you right now, thenrepparttar 122519 probable culprit is what you're doing unconsciously.

You're figuratively reaching down into and scooping out all of those sands of times from that lower chamber (orrepparttar 122520 recesses of your sub- conscious mind), and then placing them into that upper 'future' chamber. Eventually, they will AGAIN become your 'present' time through repeated thoughts of lack and poverty and inaction in your physical world.

Don't do that to yourself.

Find out how to escape from this dreaded cycle of mediocrity and create your present as you want it to be.

...Not how those voices fromrepparttar 122521 past tell you to make it.

Or how those fears fromrepparttar 122522 future, which hasn't happened yet are 'directing' you to build your business.

Stay inrepparttar 122523 'present'. It's all you've got.

Work on yourself. Work on yourself. WORK on your-SELF.

Work on your mind.

Like you've heard probably from many sources...

Work on your mind...

Change your thoughts.

Change your mind.

Change your feelings.

Change your actions.

Change your habits.

Change your results.

Then you'll get what you want.

So, DO it.

Makerepparttar 122524 most of your 'present'. Forgetrepparttar 122525 past. Stop worrying aboutrepparttar 122526 future...

...And just BE.

Find out who you need to be BEING to be successful in your MLM business.

Do this and you will succeed. IN all your present moments.

Your relationships.

Your J.O.B.

Your plans.

Your goals.

Your dreams.

And... your MLM business.

Andre Best is the owner of http://www.Is-MLM-For-You.com - a generic MLM resource site offering over 400 printed pages of unique information for struggling and beginning MLM/network marketers.

(Author's permission is granted to share this full article with others.)

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