Monday, March 2, 2009

Successful Home Based Business Building – Child Style

A note from for Tuesday March 3 2009

Good day folks and welcome to Tuesday.

If you live anywhere in the world, you undoubtedly heard that the financial sectors took another beating again yesterday. Yes, the slide continues.

I was chatting with some folks yesterday who are melting down just as fast as the markets. Their skies are falling, the end of the world as we know it is upon them, these are the "end times".

Folks, we live on an amazing continent, we are all going to get through this. Will things be different, yes, and many intrepid people will set a whole new level of accomplishment that we'll be reading about them for years. They will be the Napoleon Hill's, the Earl Nightingale's, the Wallace Wattles, and the Joseph Murphy's of our time.

The question is, will you be recognized for the creative and enlightened way you took 100% responsibility for yours and your family's future and built something that you can all be proud of, and talking about for years to come?

The stories we are going to be hearing will be from this army of home-based business leaders who have decided that they are going to take full advantage of the myriad of opportunities that these new times are bringing to us. Yes, these intrepid and courageous business entrepreneurs are moving this now 60 year old industry to the levels where it has always really belonged.

We're going to be working on this issue for the rest of the week. Today's offering is a great little place to start.

Successful Home Based Business Building – Child Style
by Brent Worley

So many people involved in a home based business feel that they have to be extremely smart or mature in their business before the real success will come. In this article I plan to show you how building your business like a child can help you see more results faster and grow your income in a huge way.

How could thinking like a child possibly help your business? Here are a few reasons why you should act your shoe size… not your age.

Children only have one goal in mind at any given moment. For instance if you’ve ever seen a little boy or girl in the toy aisle at Wal-Mart or Target they’re usually begging their mom or dad for a toy. In that moment, in the mind of a child, that toy is the most important thing on planet earth!

You can try and distract them but they want what they want and they’re not going to stop putting up a fight for it.

As a home based business owner you can learn a lot from this. If we as adults had one eighth the passion for success that that small child has for their toy we’d be hearing a lot more success stories in our home based businesses.

Children don’t have a plan B, and we shouldn’t either. Almost all Network Marketing success stories come from people who were at a point in their lives when they literally had no other option but success.

In that moment in that toy aisle you’ll never see a child say. “Well I really want that new doll but I do have several other dolls at home I could play with so I’ll just forget about it.”

So for instance if your goal is to make $100,000 a year working from home you shouldn’t sell yourself short by saying… “Well I guess $60,000 is really all I need.”

Set a goal and allow yourself no other options but reaching that goal.

Another way that children are great examples is how they deal with people. Children have no fear. If a little boy walks up to another little boy in the sandbox and asks him to play with him he’s not thinking: “Oh gosh I don’t know if I should ask him to play, I mean he’s having a pretty good time in the sandbox… I don’t want to bother him.”


If a kid wants to play with another kid he just walks up and asks him. No fear, no beating around the bush. If he wants to play… great! If not at least he knows.

Have an idea of what I’m getting at? You have to talk to people about your home based business without any fear. After all the worst they can say is no right?

Stop worrying about if you’re “bothering” people or trying to figure out exactly what they’re going to say. Who cares! You have something great in your hands and if they want it… awesome. If they don’t so what.

Market your business less like an adult and more like a confident, excited child and your business will never be the same again!

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