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Chapter 9 - Persistence
Naveen Jain has stated "Successful entrepreneurs find the balance
between listening to their inner voice and staying persistent in driving for
success - because sometimes success is waiting right across
from the transitional bump that's disguised as failure.
Michael Dlouhy has told us of his joining two companies that
failed its Distributors and he decided he was going to find out
why. Was it coincidence or was it planned? So as Michael tells
us in his e-book "Success in 10 Steps: "In the early 1990s.
I joined over 100 MLM opportunities. I tracked, cataloged, analyzed &
evaluated EVERYTHING they did: products, compensation plans, marketing,
distributor support, profitability, etc.
Did all that work take persistence? It took a lot of persistence!
Michael listened to his inner voice and success was waiting "right across
from the transitional bump that's disguised as failure." In reality
it was not his failure - it was the failure of the two companies.
Michael was determined that was not going to happen again.
So Michael got on the "Persistence Train" and eventually created
Mentoring for Free and we are blessed to receive the benefit of all
his persistence and hard work.
Ralph Marston tells us "If you so choose, every mistake can lead
to greater understanding and effectiveness. If you so choose, every
frustration can help you to be more patient and more persistent."
Would we be persistent enough to join 100 companies to find the truth?