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November 7th, 2011


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How to build YOUR Dream …and not someone elses!



According to Mark and Rene Reid Yarnell, 50% of all potentially successful home-based business owners fail before ever getting started. Why is this? Everyone has the same opportunity. Everyone has a great product or service; a website with a back-end where they can track their progress; they have meetings to bring prospects to, etc. However, what most people do not have is a system. A system to work each day, day in and day out. They don’t have a system to help them face rejection.

Here are five tips to help you get your system started:

1. Overcome the fear of rejection. Understand that whatever goes on internally in your mind has a direct impact on what happens externally. If you think people don’t want to hear what you have to say, guess what?… you’re right. If you think people won’t believe your a credible source, guess what?… you’re right. However, if you truly believe that you have a great product or service that the world needs to hear about, others will perceive your excitement and your excitement will be contagious. Understand that you must be genuine. People see through smoke.

2. Make sure you are taken seriously. Many times you will be very excited about an opportunity and want to share it with others, but no one will take you seriously. Learn all you can about the business you want to bring to life. Read books, listen to audio books, go to seminars, and start hanging out with others who have accomplished the journey you are about to embark upon. You need to surround yourself with people that will help build you up and not tear you down. Remember eagles hang out with other eagles and pigeons chill with other pigeons. Birds of a feather flock together.

3. Don’t take rejection personally. Understand that not everyone you speak with about your opportunity is at a place where they are ready to jump in. Give anyone you encounter the opportunity to join, but if they say no, understand they are not attacking you personally, it’s just not the right time yet. Ask them again in 6 months. Do not badger them or pressure them into signing up. It’s not worth ruining relationships.

4. Prospect. Prospect. Prospect. It doesn’t matter what type of business you are trying to build. You need to get in front of as many people as you can and let them know what you have to offer. Mark Yarnell had a great tip for prospecting: “Increase the number of approaches and decrease the impact of rejection.” You need to be spending 80% of your time talking to others about your business to find customers.

5. STOP Procrastinating. The opposite of perseverance is procrastination. Perseverance means you never quit. Procrastination usually means you never get started, although the inability to finish something is also a form of procrastination. So do these things.: Break it down. Write it down. These two techniques are very straightforward. But don’t let that fool you: These are powerful and effective productivity techniques that allow you to put an end to procrastination and help you get started in achieving your goals. And last, get your FREE E-book that I’m giving away that will teach on 21 Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Achieve Your Goals Today! Go to the top of my site, subscribe and ENJOY!


Start implementing these four tips immediately and watch how your business starts to take form.

I would love to hear from you! Please leave me a comment below!


Rod Warren

Warren Global
Corp Office: 818.749.3335
Team Work Makes the Dream Work!

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