It is & It Ain’t For Everybody
Greetings, loyal readers! Welcome to another edition of WFG Wednesdays!
In this business, many people succeed by sticking with the system. However, people often get discouraged for many reasons. It’s easy; too easy actually. What’s worse is people not even trying.
The truth is that people treat life the same way. I get it. Sometimes, life can be tough. This week for me has been the worst week thus far this year. I’ll get to that later. When things get bad, it’s easy to give up or many just keep themselves in the unfavorable situation without any attempts to change.
I joined WFG to make a change. As of now, I really like my job, for it is super flexible and I represent an awesome brand. However, I would like to get paid a bit more. Some of y’all can relate. Like Outcast,
I live by the beat / like you live check to check / If you don’t move yo’ feet then I don’t eat / so we like neck to neck
Many people join for several reasons, whether it is to help people, for extra income, for more free time, for a career change, to name the most popular ones. I believe we all want at least one of these things.
The difference between those that succeed and fail in this business is commitment. It’s a matter of time when people make money. Unfortunately, some don’t even attempt to do what they gotta do to succeed, for example, obtain the required licensing, which I’m in the process of. It’s easier than it seems, by the way.
Anyways, this business can be for everybody. The mission is to help individuals and families and the products do make a positive difference in people’s lives. Some people do lack the vision…and that’s OK. They have other things to attend to.
In the most simplest way possible, I say it is for everybody because we refer products all the time. We recommend restaurants, movies, brands, services and more. In this business, we do just that. We refer our diversified products. They sell themselves. Some people complicate the entire process.
Even though WFG can be a business for everybody, it isn’t. I say that because people choose to believe it ain’t for them. It’s the same logic as college. College can be for everybody, but some people believe it ain’t for them. It’s all about applying yourself.
In this business, you must apply yourself. Like in any job, you can half ass it or you can give it 110 percent. Basically, you get what you put in.