So What?

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Here’s the truth:  Some people have better contacts than you.  Some are more persuasive.  Others have more money to invest.  Yet others make better presentations.

In other words, it’s easier for some people to build the business than it is for you.

So what?  Do it anyway.

You can be a victim or you can be a victor, but you can’t be both. 

If you have to work harder, do it.  Because it’s worth it.

-RG

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13 Comments on “So What?”


  1. Lisa says:

    Boy, I needed to hear that today. Trying to run an IM business is one of the toughest things I’ve ever had to do….thanks for the encourangement.

  2. Lea Sedan says:

    Hey Randy.
    I don’t want to be a victim,but a victor.
    A victor is one who control his life,he is the cause
    not the effect of the things which happen in his life.

  3. Line Kolbe says:

    Thank you Randy.
    I did like the post. Liked it a lot.
    And I look so much forward to meeting you in Borås, Sweden when you’ll come all the way to coach us in Zinzino. I can’t wait.

  4. CLB says:

    Love it! Reminds me of one of my favorite MLM Quotes:

    “You have to be bad to be good, good to be great, and great to be a legend.”

    CLB

  5. Connie says:

    Thanks Randy. That was actually a shot in the arm for me. It’s true that others are building their business faster than me, but I’m still keepin’ on and will continue to do so.

  6. wencel says:

    Yes , absolutely right.

    Wencel

  7. Gabriel Suárez says:

    Hi again! Long time since I make a comment. But this post touch me. Thanks

  8. Raymond says:

    Raymond
    August 17,2011 at 7:20 PM

    Better to be a victor than to be a victim.
    I am grateful to you for the spur.

    Thanks.

  9. Anonymous says:

    True Randy, but what do you do when the inertia is so great! you feel almost like paralyed at the idea of failing? I have fallen a couple of times, when a thought of trying comes to me I feel like running away.
    What do you say to that?
    Alex

  10. mk paul than says:

    starting was tough, journey was exciting, reaching a goal is a joy… i have done it.
    good ideas, thank u

  11. This had got to be one of the most important messages many people (most people?) can hear!

    Love it!

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