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Marketing is the process of knowing who will
identify with your offer, developing your image,
positioning yourself to be seen, and connecting
with your target market.

Marketing is not only about hard skills but soft
skills. Why do you need to learn personal
development? If you’re solo entrepreneurs, you
are the main focus in your business, not only
your products or service. When you improve
your EQ (emotional quotient), you improve your
emotional maturity. You will start to look
different in your posture and tone. You will be
more confident, and you will have genuine
heart. You unearth your hidden personality,
characters and polish them.

Many think leadership is about bragging:
power, title, wealth or income. Do you think that
money is attractive? There are many marketing
messages that talk about money. I stay away
from people who use money as their attraction
marketing. What if you don’t have all of those?
Yes, You can start leadership marketing from
the bottom by serving and caring for others.
Look at what you have to offer. Make your offer
unique and different, which reflects about you.
You will attract people by giving free offer and
show them who you are and your authenticity.
Use your emotion well by showing kind
gestures. The world needs empathy these days.

When you pull from a position of power – in
front of the wagon, you’re bound to get
somewhere. You can direct the team if you’re in
the front. You can’t direct anything from the
back, because the steering mechanism is in the
front. Move out front and take the lead.

Quick action based on sound experience will
take you where you want to go. Those leaders
who don’t know what direction they’re going
won’t be able to get there. They don’t have a
road map and they can’t lead from a position of
indecision.

A leader offers the team hope and inspiration.
Decide today to be the leader that offers a
positive experience, and make a great
difference in someone’s life. When you do, you
will also see a change in your own life. Start
today to give hope to those who have no faith,
offer encouragement to those who are afraid,
inspire others by helping them discover their
talents.

A leader helps the team plan for success. It is
impossible to know what direction to take, and
how to know when you have reached your
goals without a plan. A map to see which
direction and steps to take is essential to
success. You have to decide where you are now
in your life, and where you want to be. This is
what leaders do for their team. Help them map
out a plan for action. Leaders teach the team
goal setting techniques, and how to develop a
strategic plan for daily, weekly, monthly, and
annual plans of action to help the team reach
goals faster.

You will reap the financial rewards, and see the
profound effect you have that empowers those
around you; when you are a leader who strives
to help members be the best they can be. You
will see your team blossom and shine, and
become a true leader others will follow.
Become a remarkable leader by setting goals
and providing direction for your team.

To Your Success,

Larry D.Hall

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 Are You A DREAMER?

Yes, contrary to conventional wisdom you can
accomplish anything in your life you want – you
just can’t accomplish everything – there isn’t
enough time (that is unless you have set the bar
really low). You have to focus on what is
important and why and never give in or up to
outside negative influence or allow inside
negative messages cause you to let go of
hopes, plans or desires.

So, if all of this is true why do so many people
let go of goals, dreams or desires?

Is it fear or insecurity? Could it be that you want
to avoid the rejection of others? Or, is it simply
you just don’t know how to begin?

We all have goals, dreams, plans and desires
whether written in stone or they are just
wandering aimlessly around in our
consciousness. We all want something better
or more whether in our spiritual, financial,
physical life or our relationships. But wanting
will never be enough – you have to create a
“white heat” of passion and desire and then turn
off the inner and outer negative messages that
can often be the only cause of our failure to
begin. I might add that developing the
necessary skills will always be a critical part of
any successful journey into the future. So the
choice is yours – keep getting better and
smarter or accept staying stuck where you are.

Below are simple strategies that can assist
you with achieving your goals and dreams.

Become committed to not procrastinate.

Just making a commitment to not put things off
can be very empowering. If you have a habit of
putting things off, just think about all of the
things that habit has stopped you from
achieving. Now imagine the things that you will
continue to not achieve, if you don’t become
committed to releasing procrastination out of
your life. Now imagine the things that you can
become blessed to achieve if you just make a
commitment to not procrastinate.

Put your goal or dreams in writing.

It is a good idea to keep a journal of your
aspirations. Write in your journal the things that
are related to what you want to achieve. For
example, you could write down the things that
inspire you to reach your goals or dreams. You
could also write down the reasons that you
deserve to reach all that you strive to reach.
You could also keep a list of the things that are
challenging for you. These are the things that
could be a potential obstacle for you. You could
then write down how you will overcome the
challenges. You could also keep track of action
steps that you are going to take to reach your
desired outcome. It is a good idea to write in
your journal often.

Keep your goals or dreams in front of you.

It is not only important to write your aspirations,
but it also important to keep them in front of
you. This could mean something as simple as
writing down your vision weekly on a sticky
note, and putting that sticky note somewhere
where you will continue to see it. If you don’t
keep your goals and dreams in front of you it
can be just like people say “Out of sight out of
mind.” If you don’t continue to keep your future
aspirations in front of you, then you may
become less dedicated to what you are working
toward and get off track. When you keep what
you want to achieve in front of you that can help
to keep things fresh in your mind, and help you
stay inspired and motivated.

Share your goals and dreams.

It is a great idea to share your desires with
others that you know support and believe in
you. This is a form of accountability and can
assist you with staying on track. If you are one
who struggles with procrastination, then
sharing your vision with someone else can help
eliminate procrastination being an obstacle, to
achieving what you want to achieve. Knowing
that you have someone to be accountable to,
can keep you moving.

Don’t give up.

No matter what comes your way it is extremely
important to not give up on what you are
working toward. You deserve to reach your
success, so make it up in your mind that no
matter what obstacles and challenges arise,
giving up on your goals and dreams is not an
option. When you develop that type of mind-set,
it can truly help you become a master of goal
and dream attainment.

To Your Success,

Larry D.Hall

Dealing With “FEAR”

Scared child

Scared child (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Fear torments you once you accept it, and I
chose the word “accept”, because you do have
a choice, whether to accept, or reject fear.

Many network marketers today now have the
option of doing their network marketing
business on the internet, many years ago it was
not like this. Even at that time, network
marketers had to deal with their fear.

How to deal with fear?

DEALING WITH FEAR: EXERCISE

Make a list of all of your fears, writing as fast as
you can to block the internal censor. Include
EVERY fear, however small or irrational. Then
read them aloud, suspending judgment. Allow
yourself to feel the fear without grabbing onto
the hot air balloon. Notice that being afraid
does not have to mean losing ground.
If it feels comfortable, share your list with a
friend. Before sharing your list, explain that you
simply want a witness, that you are playing with
how it is to acknowledge your fears without
being pulled off center by them. Be clear that
you are not asking for help and that you do not
need advice. You do not need to be fixed. Ask
your friend to simply listen, and to acknowledge
you for being conscious of your fears.

Now, you have the opportunity to sort your
fears by type. Work through your list, labeling
each fear as:

— Fear 1

— Fear 2

— Not sure, or includes aspects of both types of
fear.

Writing down your fears is a powerful step in
dealing with fears and anxiety and eventually
managing them. Until you write them down,
they are like so many vehicles in gridlock. Once
you have them on paper, you can park some
and move others, clearing a space for forward
movement. In this way, writing down your fears
creates a space for awareness and choice. (Tip:
Refrain from judging yourself or your fears. Just
list and label them.)

— Fear 1 is often about saving face. Fear 2 is
about stepping out of your comfort zone.

— Fear 1 triggers avoidance of the facts. Fear 2
heightens awareness and perception.

— Fear 1 wants you just to stop. Fear 2 wants
you to move forward powerfully and safely.

— Fear 1 magnifies danger and vulnerability.
Fear 2 calls on our capacity to respond to
danger.

— Fear 1 originates in our ego mind. Fear 2 is a
whole-system response.

Both types of fear are present in many
situations. What is important is to use your
powers of assessment and discrimination to
turn down the volume on Fear 1 while calling on
Fear 2 for the energy and focus to move
forward. With practice, you can actually
transform Fear 1 into Fear 2 by focusing and
accurately assessing the real risk and your real
competence.

For example, Fear 1 makes a terrified skier (and
I speak from experience!), see a shear drop
where the slope is actually quite moderate.
When the skier stops and measures the actual
slope by holding her pole parallel to it, she
increases her awareness of actual conditions,
reducing the influence of Fear 1. By continuing
to examine the slope, seeing in her mind’s eye
how she would ski the slope if she chose to,
she further reduces panic. When at last she
takes off down the hill, trusting in her
competence and in her assessment of the
challenge, she completes her shift from Fear 1
(panic) into Fear 2 (concentrated exhilaration).

Learning to deal with fears in this manner takes
practice. The pay off is potentially unlimited as
you remove barriers to learning, performance
and joy.

To Your Success,

Larry D.Hall