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MLM Magazine January 2015 January 2015

What is the mission that drives your business?

Happy New Year! I'm often ask, "what is your mission that drives your business" that is such a great question and that is why we want to start off this new year off with this important subject.

Have a blessed and prosperous 2015!

George Madiou

Founder and Publisher

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Message: The next time you encounter a difficult climb obstacle "problem" you should smile and say "Here's my chance to grow." 

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Be grateful for your problems. We all frequently deal with people who complain about the trials and tribulations of their daily lives. Life seems to be one big problem for them. I would like to take a common-sense realistic approach and address this mind-set. If there were no "problems" on your job then your employer would hire a much less capable person than you to do the routine things that don't require much thought.

In the business world those who are able to solve complex problems are the ones who have the most value to the employer.

Many times the problems or challenges we face force us to grow and become more capable. The runner who trains for the mile run in the Olympics by running downhill will have no chance of winning the medal. The runner who trains by running uphill is far more likely to develop the speed mental toughness and endurance which it takes to win the medal.

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The best thing that ever happened to boxer Gene Tunney was that he broke both of his hands in the ring. His manager felt that he could never again punch hard enough to be the heavyweight champion. Instead Tunney decided that he would become a scientific boxer and win the title as a boxer not a slugger. Boxing historians will tell you that he developed into one of the best boxers who ever fought. They also will tell you that as a puncher he would not have had a chance against Jack Dempsey who was considered by many to be the hardest hitter in heavyweight history. Tunney would never have been champion had he not had the problem of his broken hands.

Message: The next time you encounter a difficult climb obstacle "problem" you should smile and say "Here's my chance to grow." 

Develop that kind of an attitude and I will SEE YOU AT THE TOP!  To be inspired visit Zig's website at http://www.ziglar.com
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