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gateless gate

The first personal development book I ever read was M. Scott Peck’s The Road Less Traveled, published in 1978. Remember the opening line? Life is difficult. Similarly, the first of the Four Noble Truths Buddha taught in the fifth century BC was “Life is suffering.” Today, this truth is not particularly popular. We believe life should be easy…

passion purpose

Network marketing is a marvelous profession filled with ups and downs. Knowing this, you will soon recognize and appreciate how the very things that have held you down will inevitably lift you up. This profession was initially shaped in the early 1900s by a few determined and resolute visionaries who looked beyond the conventional way of…

chris and josephine gross

  I definitely received my entrepreneurship education from my business partner and husband Chris. Nothing in my life seemed to have destined me to become an entrepreneur except the fortuitous event of meeting him sixteen years ago at a network marketing event. Chris was the proverbial “college dropout who hired the A student.” Seeing the…

Your network marketing business is a challenge and always will be. Network marketing is all about you the distributor, mastering opposition. Obstacles, stumbling blocks, mistakes, and rejection are marvelous things. This is opposition deliberately put in front of you to teach you and strengthen you, but when you misunderstand and allow such opposition to breed…

Contributor: Tony Escobar In network marketing, new distributors face three major challenges which go on to have the greatest impact on their businesses. 1. Generating the Courage to Get Out there and Talk to People If you are not talking to people every day you’re failing. Courage is your ability to take action right now…

Mark ferreira

Contributor: Mark Ferreira “Life can be a rocky road.  The challenge is not to let it grind you into dust but to polish you into a brilliant gem” –John Milton Fogg. If we choose wisely and force ourselves to remember, any challenge, either personal or professional, can be used as a catalyst for success. When we are…

Contributor: Marion Culhane We live in the most rapidly changing time of transformation ever known to humankind. Other generations have faced enormous challenges; however none matches the frequency and intensity of life-threatening crises we face today. Throughout history and the natural world, breakdown and breakthroughs have occurred simultaneously. Crisis serves as an evolutionary driver, moving…