The first thing that everyone is asked to do when they join a new company that is being built upon our network of people, is to ‘make a list’. Although it feels hard at first, it is really quite easy to make a list of family, friends and acquaintances from each of our circles of life in which we move and with whom we interact. The hard part is to not ‘make up the mind’ of these people for them; to not pre-judge them and take away an opportunity that they may actually be interested in.

As we "grow up", we tend to become more perceptive of the stigma associated with asking questions. In fact, in some people, it actually evolves into a fear of asking. Eventually, these folks don't ask for what they need. In essence, they create and receive rejection completely independent of another person. They say no to themselves. There is little else more negative and debilitating than that.

I know a lot of people who, a few years back, were doing really well in the construction industry. Many of them were very busy and making great money. Not wealth money but they worked hard and were living a comfortable lifestyle. Most of them took great pride in proclaiming how busy they were. You see, in that industry, busy seems to be a symbol of how successful you are. Each time I'd run into a construction friend after not seeing them for months, I'd extend the normal salutation, "Hey, It's great to see you, how are you?" The response was always, "Phewww, BUSY!" Today, not so much...

As a small child you could flip instantly between laughter and tears. You’ve watched children do the same thing, jumping from tears to happiness. A toy, a bottle, or a video will distract them and, in an instant, they're happy. They know something you've forgotten. It's your best kept secret and you’ve hidden it so well, even you can’t find it! Take a deep breath while we journey back to your future to learn how to unleash your hidden power house and help fill your life with the abundance you so richly deserve.

What does it take to be a leader? Why are some people natural-born leaders while some just aren’t? How do you identify a diamond in the rough? These are all great questions, but there are agreed upon answers about qualities which all leaders possess, and which all leaders are looking for in their followers, because to find a new leader is a wonderful gift. There are certain qualities found in all leaders, whether they have risen to the challenge of leadership themselves, or are waiting for the right time in their lives to be asked, pulled or pushed, or whatever it may take for them to look within and find these qualities within themselves. Here are some of the most sought after qualities that make up a great leader.

Network Marketers, here’s a wealth building exercise that you can do with your team. Plan a rank advancement party. All guests wear clothing that reflects the lifestyle they will have when they achieve the highest rank in their company. When you arrive at the party, leave all your worries, all your obstacles, all your doubts and fears outside. The rule is to engage in positive conversations only. You will talk about achievements, hopes, plans, and possibilities.

Day in, day out; week in, week out, year in, year out... And so it goes with people in business. Some succeed. Some do not. Statistically, 95% of businesses fail in the first 10 years! Can you believe that? It almost makes you not want to even try....ALMOST! I've been doing this for a while now and I'm definitely successful at it. I've helped many others succeed in business as well. Surely, there are scores of skills required to make the business world go 'round but, based on my experience, I have 3 top "must-have" skills that are necessary to truly succeed in business.

It is natural to feel blue - having a low emotional vibration - from time to time. There are a number of reasons for this and this is not to minimize those feelings. It's easy to get lost in the emotional vibrations that exist around us and be easily consumed by it. Understand, however, that you can control how you are feeling and you can change that feeling of emptiness by, first, being aware of your emotional state and, second, changing it.