Friday, April 1, 2011

Hope and Possibility!

"People get what they want in life when they reach the point at which they can see themselves having what they seek." - Thomas D. Willhite

I loved having my six children. I loved listening to them talk about their hopes and dreams. I loved their vivid imaginations. There wasn't anything they couldn't do, or anything they couldn't be. I see that with my grandchildren now. Here's my oldest son, Ben's son, Calvin all dressed up like Batman playing something on the Wii. He loves Batman. It's not even Halloween in this picture. He's just dressed up and living life to the fullest, and knows he can do anything. In fact, I'm sure he spent the entire day dressed like Batman.

To the right is my son, Josh's, son Chamberlain standing proud and tall with his homemade cardboard wings. I hear that he spent the entire day as Buzz Lightyear. It didn't matter what others thought about seeing him wearing those wings, as he played outside. He just knew that he could do anything, "from infinity and beyond!"

Children make us smile and remember how we had such hopes and dreams as children. My son, Josh, would spend hours telling me about all the things he was going to do when he grew up. He was four years old and used to wear a sword sticking up his back while riding his big wheels outside. He would stop every few minutes, stand up tall, pointing the sword (made of cardboard) to the heavens shouting, "by the power of Gray Scull!" Yes, at that moment he was Hee-Man, Master of the Universe!

This business is all about hope and possibility. It starts within ourselves. We must believe in ourselves. And we must believe that we can achieve our goals, then take daily action to accomplish those goals - Director - Executive - Regional - National! In presenting this incredible opportunity to our Prospects, we must paint the picture of hope and possibility for them. Talk to them. Listen to them. Share from your heart your "why" - right along with your sample of V3. Listen for their "why". Do they want more time with their families? Are they needing extra money, or want to get out of the 9-5 daily grind? Get to know them and their needs. Help them dust off their dreams. Give them hope and possibility that comes with building this business.

Whether full-time, or in the nooks and crannies of their day, show those you are presenting the opportunity to how they can build a business right from home. Show them how they can live the life they dreamed about as a kid. Help them dust off their dreams. Give them hope for a better lifestyle. You've been given a gift with this marvelous business. More than the product, it's hope and possibility. Know it. Share it.

"Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be." - Karen Ravn -

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