Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Colleen Toye Mandeville, Louisiana, USA

Posted: 2017-04-25

I don't think of myself as a quitter, but I do have many handles in the fire.  I have learned over the years that I think long and hard about which projects I want to get into because I want to be "All In".

About 10 years ago, I joined a network marketing company to help people with their health and to help with our finances.

It was in my second year when I took a new Ambassador, Barbara, to an event where we met a lady named Sheila, from another MLM.  She was one of their top sellers and we enjoyed her company that day.

Shortly after the event, I decided that I needed to get a JOB and I quit the Network Marketing company. Barbara stayed on. 

I found out later, that Sheila had called the company and was looking for the ladies whom she had met at the event. Since, I was no longer in the company, she was given Barbara's number and she joined her team. Long story short, Sheila became the first Diamond in our company and has made Barbara thousands of dollars.

As Napolean Hill says "Before success comes in any man's life, he is sure to meet with much temporary defeat, and, perhaps, some failure.  When defeat overtakes a man, the easiest and most logical thing to do is quit.  That is exactly what the majority of men do'

I for one, will not be defeated in Network Marketing again because I now have a tried and true method of success to follow with Mentoring for Free and the Think and Grow Rich lessons each week.

Thank you Michael and Linda and all of those who in this for the long haul.

Colleen Toye

Mandeville, LA USA.