While most of us are familiar with the story of the tortoise and the hare, and how slow and steady always wins the race, when it comes to MLM marketing (or business in general) nothing could be further from the truth.
In fact, falling for this trap can literally cripple your financial future from the inside out – eliminating the possibility of you becoming financially independent and truly wealthy more so than almost any other belief system out there. People who truly feel deep in their bones that they have to grind and grind and grind to make any money whatsoever (and then making money quickly is somehow a bad or negative thing) are never going to be able to enjoy any success in MLM or the business world in general.
However, as this is a belief system that too many of us that don’t even know that we are dealing with right now – which makes it particularly dangerous and nasty.
Slow growth in MLM is a joke.
The first thing that you’re going to want to do to help create as this new belief system (and at the same time kill off the old one that is weighing you down like an anchor) is to fully expect amazing results to happen to you in your life just as quickly as they possibly can.
Think of your feelings about money and success as a thermostat. The machines and systems that make up your ability to make money are always going to be trying to create and pull Librium of sorts at whatever amount of speed you have your mental machinery set at – meaning that if you become too successful to quickly you’ll start to sabotage yourself just as if you weren’t making any money on the slow road you’d push yourself and motivate to work a bit faster there.
However, you can cut take complete and total control of your mental capabilities to set that thermostat to fast-forward – literally skyrocketing your ability to have success.
What you’re going to want to do is set up a 90-day challenge where you push just as hard and fast as you can to see where you can go and what you can become
If you’re willing to just give this a test for 90 days – three months, and that’s all – you’ll find that your entire life changes almost from the instant that you make this decision.
What you’re going to do is push and push and push just as fast and as hard as you possibly can for these 90 days, seeing just how much moment your able to generate from all of the success that will come your way.
The crazy thing about this is that you’ll be able to notice things changing around you and for you, almost as though you’re finally seeing the Matrix for what it really is. It’s a wild ride, it’s absolutely life-changing and life-altering – and you (and your bank account) will literally never be the same again.
Good reminders, Nate. Without a well-defined plan, people tend to waffle and drift. You can take this process down to the daily level. Set an agenda for each work day. Identify by the hour what you’ll be doing. It’s amazing what can be accomplished with the proper structure and discipline.
TomFuszard Exactly Tom. Very well said. 🙂
There is immense power in being consistent. It reminds me of the story in the book “The Slight Edge”. If you will engage in something every day for 90 days, you’ll be amazed at what results you can achieve in your life. If you work on your MLM business consistently for 90 days, momentum will kick in big time and the law of sowing and reaping will take over.
Thanks for the reminder, Nate. Awesome post buddy!
donnylem You got it! Thanks!
History proves that it’s more profitable to build your business fast instead of slow… slow causes lack of belief and complaining distributors… glad you wrote this!
EricMcLaughlin My pleasure. Thanks!
LOL Nate….The Matrix analogy is accurate. Such a great way to put it.
I am on a life challenge. Seriously, I push myself to write 6 to 9 posts on my blogs daily, then I write 2, 3 or 4 paid guest posts. I also network quite a bit.
I really, really, really push myself, to make myself more comfy outside of my comfort zone 😉
Thanks for sharing Nate!!
Nate, love this “change your thermostat to fast forward -push yourself as fast and hard as you can for 90 days.” Great advice that I will be following…
SigridMcNab Awesome. Thanks Sigrid!
Time waits for no-one. So why should you wait for time. Good post Nate as ever. Thanks
nagoyauk75 Exactly. Thanks!
So true! It’s time to get out from behind the ‘slow drivers’ and move into the fast lane! 🙂
ElishaLynn Watch out and get out of my way! 🙂