Jackpot Chances? What do you think?

Jackpot Chances?

 

What Are YOUR Jackpot Chances?

How would you describe your chances of winning the lottery?

I heard a man recently compare the chances of winning the jackpot like this.
It is as likely as meeting a person for the first time who;

* Had the same name as you

* Was born the same year as you

* The same month

* Same day

* At the same hour of the day

* To the exact second…

Not that good then!

I’ve often heard people say the same sort of thing about network marketing!

In fact it actually put me off going into any kind of MLM business when I first began my online business career just over a year ago.

However, hell did freeze over and I joined Essante Organics back in the early Autumn.

That’s when it hit me!

It was one of those ‘light-bulb moments!’

That moment when I realized we all have 100% chance for success in this business and especially with a pre-momentum business like Essante Organics!

We all know that with network marketing, around 95% of new network marketers will fail.

And around 95% will flit from one ‘opportunity’ to another, making out they are ‘busy’ but never settling long enough to be effective at anything. My team leader and Essante Organics #1 enroller, Rebecca Woodhead calls them ‘Fruit Flies!’

And of the successful 5% around 3% are extremely successful.

These 5% do not give up and find one company and work hard challenging themselves to get uncomfortable and work diligently to grow as leaders so they can create duplication in their organizations.

1% become millionaires and more.
1% get in at the right time before momentum with the right company that has longevity.

So, let’s get this straight – If I don’t give up then I have a 100% chance for success.

I think it is far better than that!  If I get in at the right time, right place with the right company I have 1000% chance for maximum success.

Essante Organics is the right time and the right place!

The world is about to go green in a big way and Essante Organics is perfectly poised to be the dominant organics company across the globe.

Essante is the only company who produce non-toxic, 100% chemical-free, wild-crafted commodities. A commodity is a product that people already spend their money on day in and day out.

No-one else is doing this!

So right now, what percent success chance are you at?

What are YOUR jackpot chances?

To hit that jackpot, all that is needed is the determination to push past our fears, doubts and our self-limiting beliefs and grow ourselves as servant driven leaders helping others to push past their fears, doubts and limiting beliefs and become leaders themselves. In Essante Organics the training is there, the support is here and so if we are here now and giving it our 100% there is no way we can fail!

So what are you waiting for?

Get your lottery tickets here – www.organic.cash-provider.com

Robin                                                        Jackpot Chances

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14 Ways to Build (and Lose) Trust

14 Ways to Build (and Lose) Trust

 

14 Ways to Build (and Lose) Trust

I work in the Attraction Market business and one of the key aspects of this and any online marketing business, is to get people to know, like and trust you. Then and only then will they consider investing in your products or services. This short article from Success Magazine clearly explains how easy it can be to build (and lose) trust.

Let me know if you have any other top tips to add!

Would you trust you? Keep these quick but valuable credibility tips and principles in your back pocket.

Frank Sonnenberg

Trust is not an abstract, theoretical, idealistic goal forever beyond our reach. Trust—or a lack of it—is inherent in every action that we take and affects everything that we do. Trust is the cement that binds relationships, keeping spouses together, business deals intact and political systems stable. Without trust, marriages fail, voters become apathetic and organizations flounder. Without trust, no person or company can ever hope for excellence.

The truth is, trust must be carefully constructed, vigorously nurtured and constantly reinforced. Although it takes a long time to develop, it can be destroyed by a single action. And once lost, it is exceptionally difficult to re-establish.

So how do you do it? How can you build that sacred trust, that valuable credibility? Here are 14 things to remember, adapted from Follow Your Conscience by Frank Sonnenberg:

  1. Be straight with people. Tell it like it is.
  2. Don’t be afraid to present bad news. It’s worse to sweep it under the rug.
  3. Remain calm, cool and collected during difficult times.
  4. Present both sides of an issue. (Let them judge for themselves.)
  5. Be a good listener.
  6. Disclose potential conflicts of interest.
  7. Even a tiny exaggeration can destroy your credibility.
  8. Always tell the truth or the truth will tell on you.
  9. Your actions “off-stage” (like at an office party or on Facebook) impact your trust and credibility.
  10. “Everybody does it” is a poor excuse for doing it yourself.
  11. Learn how to disagree without being disagreeable.
  12. Repeating a rumour is as vicious as starting one.
  13. People will test you in small ways before trusting you outright.
  14. The only thing worse than talking about others is talking about yourself

 

So, thanks for that Frank!

If YOU would like to learn more about Attraction Marketing and how to build (and lose) trust, then I have a great FREE 10 Day Attraction Marketing Bootcamp to give to you. Perfectly timed for the end of the year, why don’t you spend some of your holiday time ensuring that 2015 starts with a bang and not a whimper?       http://bit.ly/advancetogo

Keep Smiling!

Robin 

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Deal Of The Century, They’re Calling It

Deal of The Century As Free Coaching Added To Attraction Marketing Formula!

You’ve probably heard me rave about Elite Marketing Pro before. It’s the very best Internet Marketing Training platform out there, bar none.

And in addition it’s a treasure trove for affiliates too as EMP continually roll out one amazing training product after another.

When I started with them last year, I made a sale on my very first day!

Maybe today will be your first day too. Why? Because I just found out that that they’ve now added FREE COACHING to their already super-awesome discount on the Attraction Marketing Formula.

If you haven’t heard about Attraction Marketing Formula it’s quickly becoming the ‘Go To’ resource for new and struggling network marketers who find it hard to recruit new team members into their businesses.

And now they’ve added the Free Ignition Coaching Program into the deal!

Deal of the Century(Check it out in #3 Fast Start Action Bonus)

What is the Ignition Coaching Program?

It is coaching and mentoring from Tim Erway, CEO of EMP and other master level marketing rock stars including one-on-one coaching.

Normally to gain access to Tim for this type of thing, you’d have to pay 5 thousand dollars!

So all you have to do is to grab the Attraction Marketing Formula and you’ll automagically get enrolled into this brand new coaching at NO ADDITIONAL COST.

Now you see why they’re calling it the Deal of The Century!

Are you ready to become the next EMP success story?

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To Your Success!                                   Robin

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9 Things Successful People Never Do

9 Things Successful People Never Do

 

Here is an interesting article I just read by Jeff Hayden of Inc.com on the 9 Things Successful People Never Do.

How many of these are YOU guilty of and can you come up with any other good ones?

I have a good one that I’ll tell you about at the bottom of this post…

 

“Possibly you’ve stopped paying attention. Or possibly you’ve fallen into bad habits. Or possibly you’ve grown complacent.

Whatever the reasons, you’re now compromising, settling, or flying on unhappy autopilot.

Remarkably successful people don’t compromise on their standards. They don’t settle for less than what they hope to achieve. And they definitely don’t put their lives on autopilot. They believe success only comes from intention and action — and so they live that way.

Here are nine things remarkably successful people never do:

  1. They never let the past dictate their future.

We all have limitations. We all have challenges. We all make mistakes. The key is to not be constrained by those things but to learn from them.

Easier said than done? It all depends on your perspective. Take mistakes: When something goes wrong, turn it into an opportunity to learn something you didn’t know — especially about yourself. (And when something goes wrong for someone else, turn it into an opportunity to be gracious and forgiving.)

Where you’ve been, what you’ve done — everything in the past is just training.

Remarkably successful people believe their past should inform them but should never define them.

  1. They never gossip.

It’s hard to resist the inside scoop. Finding out the reasons behind someone’s decisions, the motivations behind someone’s actions, the skinny behind someone’s hidden agenda — much less whether Hugo is really dating Jeanette in accounting — those conversations are hard to resist.

Unfortunately, the person who gossips about other people is also gossiping about you. And suddenly gossip isn’t so much fun.

The next time you’re tempted to talk about another person, think about whether you would say what you’re about to say to that person.

And the next time someone starts to talk about someone else, excuse yourself and walk away. Don’t worry that you’ll lose a gossiper’s respect; anyone willing to gossip doesn’t respect other people anyway.

When remarkably successful people want to share the inside scoop, they just speak openly about their own thoughts and feelings. That way they’re not gossiping. They’re just being genuine.

  1. They never say “yes” when they really mean “no.”

Refusing a request from colleagues, customers, or even friends is really hard. But rarely does saying no go over as badly as you expect. Most people will understand, and if they don’t, should you care too much about what they think?

When you say no, you only feel bad for a few moments. When you agree to something you really don’t want to do, you may feel bad for a long time — or at least as long as it takes you to do what you didn’t want to do in the first place.

Remarkably successful people practice saying no. They’ve gotten really good at saying no. They know that lets them focus on doing what they really need to do: for themselves and for other people.

  1. They never interrupt.

When you interrupt someone, what you’re really saying is, “I’m not thinking about what you are saying. I’m thinking about what I want to say … and what I want to say is so important you need to hear it now.”

Want better professional relationships? Want better personal relationships? Listen, truly listen, to what other people say. Then ask questions to make sure you understand.

Remarkably successful people already know what they think — they want to learn from what everyone else thinks.

  1. They’re never late (without an incredibly good reason).

I know. You’re overwhelmed. So you’re always running behind. It stresses you out like crazy.

And it makes other people resent you like crazy. Whenever you’re late, other people rightly assume you feel your time is more important than theirs. (Which, of course, kills your chance of building an outstanding personal or professional relationship.)

Although you may believe you can’t help it, being late is a choice. You allow yourself to be late.

Remarkably successful people start the day a little day earlier. They arrive early to their first scheduled event. They don’t worry that they’ll waste time — they plan ahead and bring along whatever they need to use any “early” time to get a few simple things done.

Then they feel a lot less stressed and as a result are more insightful, more creative, more decisive, and simply more “on” in everything they do.

  1. They never resent.

Take it from Nelson Mandela: “Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.”

The same holds for bitterness. And jealousy. And dislike.

When you hold on to ill will, the only person who loses is you.

Remarkably successful people put all that emotional energy into focusing not on what others have done but on what they themselves will do.

  1. They never decide they don’t have the time.

Everyone knows someone who just seems to get a lot more done than other people. It’s the craziest thing. How do these folks do it? They must have no life, right?

Actually they have a great life: They’ve figured out what is important to them and they’re making it happen.

Figure out what’s important to you. Strip away all the stuff that isn’t. Then make it happen.

We’re all given the same amount of time. The only difference is how we use our time.

Remarkably successful people use their time.

  1. They never fit in (just to fit in).

Though entire industries are based on making us think otherwise, no one actually likes us for the clothes we wear, the car we drive, or the house we live in. No one likes us for our titles, either.

Those are all “things,” and while other people may in fact like our “things,” that doesn’t mean they like you. (And even if they do, that doesn’t mean you like yourself.)

Remarkably successful people have decided to simply be who they are. By not trying to fit in or make an artificial impression they know they might lose a bunch of acquaintances, but they know they’ll also gain a few real friends.

  1. They’re never afraid to do the things that matter.

“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” is true, but in some ways a better quote might be, “The only thing we have to fear is ourselves.”

Why? We’re all afraid. We’re scared of what might or might not happen. We’re scared of what we can’t change. We’re scared of what we won’t be able to do. We’re scared of how others might perceive us.

And that makes us hesitate, wait for the right moment, decide we need to think a little longer or do some more research or explore a few more alternatives, and days, weeks, months, and even years pass us by.

And so do our dreams.

Don’t let your fears hold you back. Whatever you’ve been planning, whatever you’ve imagined, whatever you’ve dreamed of, get started on it today. If you want to start a business, take the first step. If you want to change careers, take the first step. If you want to expand or enter a new market or design new products or services, take the first step.

Remarkably successful people put their fears aside and get started. They do something. They do anything.

Remarkably successful people are often afraid, but they’re most afraid of looking back and thinking, “If only I had …”

Don’t look back and think, “If only I had …”

Did you agree with all of them?

Another top trait that I have identified from my own experience is this;

Successful people never blame others for their own shortcomings. True right?

Hope you enjoyed this article and you can find more from Inc.com below.

 

To Your Success!

Robin

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Robin

 

 

 

 

 

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Read more: http://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/9-things-remarkably-successful-people-never-do.html?cid=sf01001#ixzz3LXAd3uxC

Breathe Deep and Let Things Go

Let Go Of Things

 

At this time of year, I find it a useful exercise to take a deep breath and Let Things Go.

As we come to the end of another year I like to think about what has worked for me in the past year and what hasn’t. Often I will still be working through stuff and won’t have totally mastered whatever it is and that’s fine and dandy. You can’t expect everything to work for you immediately and I’m sure we’ve all got stuff sitting on our hard drive that we’ve meant to get to grips with in 2014 but we just ran out of time.

No, what I’m talking about is the things that you’ve been doing consistently throughout the year or longer in many cases.

There is no point hanging on to outmoded working methods that don’t yield you results. The phrase ‘Slow and steady wins the race…‘ has to be one of the worst myths that will kill your business if you don’t address WHY it is that your business is still slow and steady – or maybe just slow.

So, maybe you should ask yourself if you need to let things go?

Change can be painful and difficult but rarely will you instigate massive change in your business without it yielding massive results.

At this time of year you need to lift your head a little higher than normal and start thinking strategically instead of getting bogged down in the minutiae of everyday problems.

Look back over the whole year and see where you excelled and where you fell flat on your face.

Then look forward to 2015 and think about how you can not only avoid the same traps that you fell into this year but also maximise the positives and build on your success.

Often this can dent your ego somewhat. But the longer you are in denial about the challenges and problems that you refuse to do anything about, the harder it will be when you eventually are forced to let things go.

And taken to extremes, the things you might have to let go of if you don’t sort out your priorities might just ending up being; your house, your car, your marriage…

So, time to take a deep breath, my friends!

Take care!

 

Robin Robin

 

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