Mlm business blog week ending 8-5-17. AndreaTV, how did this week go for you? Well, let me tell you...
I'm gonna let you know. This page may not have seven entries. I do what I can and some days I do the most that I can. If you are someone with a full time job, spouse, parent, or caregiver, then you know what I'm talking about. :-)
Monday, 7-31-17, was a very busy day. I had a long night and woke up at 9:30am. Uh, problem, my work start time is 8:45am and ends 5:45pm. So my check will be short almost one hour this week because I will not have enough time to make it up during the week. I take my daughter to camp in the morning, pick her up during my lunch, and that almost always makes me a few minutes late from lunch. Ugh.
Don't get me wrong, I am super glad she is able to go to this basketball camp. Her Dad loves her so much and is willing to sacrifice his coins to help her improve her skills. If it was up to me she would have been home this week, not because I disapprove, but because I didn't have the coins, yet!
Side note: Whenever you are talking about what you don't have, have not accomplished or haven't succeeded at up until this point be sure to add the word yet at the end of that statement. Give yourself a chance, impart in your mind, let your subconscious know out loud that there is still a possibility for that thing to happen and the door is not completely closed already.
Wednesday, August 2, 2017. Another long couple of days but that is what is required. You have to get to the point where you are unshakeable even when you are in the midst of being shaken.
Les Brown has a story if you listen to his videos on YouTube. He talks about a childhood acquaintance that used to get bullied. Things had gotten so bad that on one particular occasion they had him pinned down to the ground. The boy said as he lay there, unable to move, you still can't hold me down! I paraphrase.
But that is how you have to be in your own situation. He who wins is he who doesn't quit. Don't get me wrong, there may be times when you have to switch focus, and that is not giving up. Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, said you only need one idea to work in order to change your life!