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Network Marketing Tip On Written Goals

Published on 12/31/2015
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The most important network marketing tip is to have your goals written down or else you are only making a wish NOT a decision to accomplish them! Ryan McChesney will tell you more!

Chapter 7
Organized Planning

There is an old saying that “If you fail to plan, then you plan to fail.” Now, most people, including myself, think that they know how to plan. In my opinion, the word planning is an underappreciated word. Let me explain on why I believe this. See, most people think of planning as a way to come up with a strategy to achieve their goal, problem, etc. That may be part of planning, but it is not the whole part. That is like saying that a sandwich with peanut butter is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. In other words, most people are missing some key components to plan effectively. And that is where organized planning comes into effect.

So step number one is to write down your thoughts, or also known as your goals or dreams. Like Jim Rohn said, “Don’t leave anything important to memory.” So write it down on what you want to accomplish, or what you want to become. When you start to write down your thoughts, then get with a master mind group where you can discuss on a game plan to accomplish this goal(s). However, please remember to only take advice on this game plan from somebody that has done it before and is still doing it today. Like Michael says, “Would you want to take marriage counseling from somebody that is not married, or has never been married?” And one last thing that I believe is so important when writing your goals down, write down why you want to accomplish them. Once you figure out the why, then the how becomes easier.

As you plan with organization and your master mind group, you are going to come across some obstacles that only persistence and leadership can handle. There will be some plans that won’t work, and the only way to fix that is to be persistent, come up with a different game plan, and get back to work. But it takes great leadership to understand that your plan is not working, and that you need to start a new one. That takes a lot of pride to swallow, and only leaders can do this.

I want to end my lesson with this short story about my goals when I was young. I don’t remember the year, but it was the beginning of the year, and my mom told me that I should write down my goals that I want to accomplish. At the time, I believe I was around 15 years old, and the only thing on my mind was baseball. Reluctantly, I actually wrote down my goals instead of trying to memorize them. I only had three at the time, and I didn’t write out the reason for them, but I knew deep down why I wrote them down. These three goals were the following: win a state championship in high school, go to college on a full scholarship for baseball, and make it to the professional baseball league. And guess what ended up happening a few years down the road once I wrote those down?? My senior year of high school, I went to a state championship (we lost though) and I received a full scholarship to play baseball. Then in June 2012, I received a call from the Tampa Bay Rays where I signed my professional baseball contract.

So my question for you is this, are you going to keep on trying to memorize your goals and not talking it over with your master mind group? Or are you going to write down your goals and discuss them with your master mind group to come up with a game plan? I believe that you will choose the correct option.

Ryan McChesney

Are you using the network marketing tip and writing your goals down or are you letting success slip through your fingers?


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