My team inspire me more than words could ever adequately express. I found this post on my Activity Feed today and simply had to share it.
We're all entrepreneurs here ... forging ahead to make a better life, not just for ourselves but for every soul that comes into contact with us.
And it's people like Netty that make this business what it truly is ... a place where total transformations happen.
Love your work Netty!
Posted by Netty and Sam Estes - Totally Inspired Living Tribe on 08/29/2014 Reblogged By Alex and Erica Udeanu (Totally Inspired Living)
If you are building a business it is very easy to start comparing ourselves to others.
YOU probably start saying, "so and so did it, why can't I?"
This is one of the biggest reasons people struggle to get to where they want to be because they spend all the time in the world watching others get what they want.
What you should be doing is "grinding" day in and day out.
Every person who is successful went through the same self doubt, the emotions and same frustrations you're facing now.
The difference between them and successful people is the fact that they didn't quit and give in when it got tough.
When they doubted themselves they went to work on their business.
When they wanted to quit they went to work on their business.
When they thought that they're not cut out for owning their own buisines they went to work on their business.
They rode out the high's the low's and everything in between, but they never once lost enthusiasm and kept believing that when the time is right and when they're ready for success it will be their time.
They knew that working in a j.o.b (just over broke) would never make them happy.
They knew that depending on a boss or company to take care of themselves or their family just wasn't an option.
They knew they wanted to "Live Life On Their Terms".
So if you're going through self doubt, if you have been struggling and feel like quitting, if you frustrated I urge you to keep pushing along and don't give up.
Start focusing on building a business you love, a business that helps others and not just yourself and define your "why" that you're even building a business.
When you do all three of those things it should be more powerful than the thought of giving up.
You have what it takes, but you must be willing to do whatever it takes.
If that means losing sleep, doing other things to raise money why building your business or even making sacrifices until you get there.
Trust me, it will be worth it :-)
Netty Estes and Sam Estes ~ Freedom Gurus
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