Focus On Your Success in 2014
Quoting Margie Aliprandi from her book that she coauthored, Best Worst First, “…what you focus on expands.”
Margie went on to write, “This includes your beliefs around your likelihood of success. Remember that all beliefs start out with a single thought. And it’s repetition that transforms a single thought into a belief, regardless of its accuracy.”
As we begin the new year 2014, I suspect that I am not alone in fine tuning my own ‘focus on success’ and regardless of the uphill path that I (we) seem to be on, I will continue on that path, the path to my personal and business success. As I’ve noted in other posts on this blog or one of my others, I have a successful Business Systems Analyst (BSA) career that fills my workday hours, and I am very grateful for that. However, I must plan for the future and my eventual switch to a total focus on my Internet, Network Marketing, affiliate efforts, and my core business of buying and selling domains. To make this switch I truly have to remain focused – with the added challenge of balancing my successful BSA career while spending more time each day on my ultimate business focus.
Here’s to our joint focus on success in 2014; remaining on target to fulfill those goals we set at the beginning of this new year, and ensuring that success is achieved in our business and financial endeavors, and in our personal lives.
The book written by Margie Aliprandi and Martha I. Finney is a great read; be sure to get out your highlighters! The book covers their interviews with 75 of the best network marketing experts. Here’s a link to the book on Amazon.com –. And below is a brief video I shot not too long after I started reading this excellent book!
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