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Breaking the chains of ourself imposed limitations

How do you take constructive criticism ? September 18, 2010

Filed under: Personal Development — Tanisha Ajokatcher @ 2:20 pm
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How do you apply constructive criticism?

Many people take constructive criticism negatively. But the reality of it is for you to grow from it and become a better and work hard at what you are doing.

In business there are a lot of people who take constructive criticism negatively and end up failing in their niche.

Take the
Constructive criticism and get some reps and help some people and make some money.

Constructive criticism is design to enhance your skills, improve your tactics and push forward. So the next time it will be a compliment and not constructive criticism.

You need to learn from your mistakes and if someone points out your mistakes before you see it, be happy and thank God they caught it before you got worst and then it will be a problem that no one can fix. 🙂

So guys take constructive criticism to your advantage and excel to greatness.

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Persevere and be GREAT!!! September 14, 2010

Filed under: Personal Development,Uncategorized — Tanisha Ajokatcher @ 9:34 pm
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Anyone who decides they want to move ahead and step outside the pack must do so by having a level of ambition, determination and aggression. Work hard and learn to be uncomfortable,
attack your obstacles and take them head on like a champion.

The pack is made up of mediocre minds without goals, dreams or aspirations and misery loves company! The poverty cycle will continue with this mind set, never moving to the next level! Drowning in heartache and sorrows.

Persevere and be GREAT!!! (W. Jones)

 

Never let doubt creep in. September 10, 2010

Filed under: Personal Development — Tanisha Ajokatcher @ 11:14 am
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Too many times, people say don’t and can’t before even trying something.  If these words come before any statement, you’re pretty much setting yourself up for failure.  Your subconscious, which runs the show in your life interprets this as a goal or task that is unattainable. Don’t and can’t brings in doubt that can affect performance.

Everyone has some false belief that they are weak in some areas of their lives.  You hear it all the time— I just can’t do math, I don’t know how to sales, and/or, I can’t speak in public.   If you think this, guess what, you’ll believe it and it will hamper your performance.

From now on, tell yourself that you’re a great public speaker and you are improving every day, you are a dedicated salesperson that’s working on becoming a top producer.  Positive affirmation is great for the subconscious.  This will keep out any doubt from blinding you from seeing your true potential.

Let me give you an example of the cost of
“DOUBT”.  I had a young woman in my organization I was extremely excited to work with.  She had all the qualities to win big and for a week or so did that.  Then she allowed the don’t and can’t to let doubt creep in.  I’m sure you all know what happened after that.  The last I heard, she was looking for investment opportunities to become wealthy fast but “NO” “Mutli-Level Schemes”, she says.   Her don’t and can’t beliefs have lead her to become negative towards an entire industry.   Ironically, this “SCHEME” she is referring to has individuals who are dedicated to succeeding, so much so that they have built an empire. She could have been “EASILY” generating hundreds if not thousands of dollars for her and her family every single month,  but that’s just not quick & easy enough for her, it has to be easier! 

Success = Hard work

Don’t let this be you
be focused and never say you don’t or can’t do something.  Never let doubt creep in, be like an “EAGLE” that can see opportunities from miles away.

Don’t hesitate, act and swoop down to grab that opportunity.

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Don’t become a pushy sales person! September 9, 2010

Filed under: The Knowledge you need to Succeed — Tanisha Ajokatcher @ 2:58 pm

To be successful Teach People, Give them Knowledge you are learning

Have you ever been out shopping and seen someone standing with a survey and clipboard just waiting to pounce on the next victim? What do you normally do in this situation? I normally avoid eye contact or avoid them completely and walk the other way. I am pretty sure most of you reading this do something similar!

Why do we do this? It’s because we know if we make any kind of contact they will rush over towards us, tell us about the product they are selling, explain to us how amazing, wonderful, and practical the product is, and practically force us into agreeing to buy it! Is that the kind of networker you want to be? Do you want to force sales and bully people into joining your business?

What is the point of forcing people to join your business? As soon as you leave they will most likely cancel their position in your business anyway! Everyone hates pushy sales people so why as a network marketer would you want to act like them?

Coming across as desperate is not the way to succeed in MLM programs. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t mention your business to people, if they make it clear that it’s not for them then that’s fine! If the product or program you are promoting is not for them then you don’t want them joining anyway!

Don’t think only of yourself!

Have you heard the phrase “It’s better to give than to receive”? This is very true especially in network marketing. If you are in it for yourself and no one else then I guarantee that you will struggle. I started out in network marketing only thinking only of myself, I was selfish and guess what? I got nowhere! Now I take pleasure in helping people, and I have realized that good things always come back around one way or another. Stop being selfish and start helping others, I promise you, you will feel a lot better about yourself and your business will benefit.

Don’t send SPAM!

Do you hate it when you check your email and its filled with SPAM? I do! That’s why I don’t do it! I will only ever send emails to people who want them, people who have opted into my auto responder.  Some network marketers bombard prospects with 3-4 emails daily just trying to push the product! All you will ever receive from me is useful content and an occasional recommended product. I won’t pitch my business EVER!

Don’t keep your business only online

Don’t get me wrong being online is excellent for building your business. But don’t limit your connections to online. It’s much more personal speaking to someone on the phone or meeting them face to face. Technology has advanced so much now that you can talk to people all over the world with Skype. If you have a business partner on the other side of the world then connect with them. It’s so simple to do and your relationships will really flourish!

Don’t try to be someone you’re not!

Always be yourself. This is the best piece of advice I can give. I have said it before and I will say it again. There is no point pretending to be something you are not to impress people. Sooner or later the real you will show and you will lose value and respect from the people who have connected with you. Be yourself and more people will follow you because they like you. You want to connect with people who like you for you!

Don’t be un-reliable!

There is nothing as bad as connecting with someone who you cannot trust. You know what kind of person I mean! Someone who you go weeks without hearing anything, someone who gives advice that they haven’t practiced, someone who keeps missing appointments, and who spends the entire time “helping you” by pitching their business op!

Don’t just wait for things to happen!

The final point I am going to mention is one I see very often. Don’t sit back and expect MLM to work for you. MLM is an incredible opportunity to become financially free and yes if you stay involved you will have a good future. BUT if you just sit back and wait then it will not work for you or anyone else. Effort is required! This may be a very obvious point but the amount of people just waiting and expecting something to happen is HUGE! Only you can predict the future.

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Bill Gates speech: 11 rules your kids did not and will not learn in school September 8, 2010

Filed under: Personal Development,World News — Tanisha Ajokatcher @ 6:07 pm
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Rule 1: Life is not fair – get used to it!

Rule 2: The world doesn’t care about your self-esteem. The world will expect you to accomplish something BEFORE you feel good about yourself.

Rule 3: You will NOT make $60,000 a year right out of high school. You won’t be a vice-president with a car phone until you earn both.

Rule 4: If you think your teacher is tough, wait till you get a boss.

Rule 5: Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity. Your Grandparents had a different word for burger flipping: they called it opportunity.

Rule 6: If you mess up, it’s not your parents’ fault, so don’t whine about your mistakes, learn from them.

Rule 7: Before you were born, your parents weren’t as boring as they are now. They got that way from paying your bills, cleaning your clothes and listening to you talk about how cool you thought you were. So before you save the rain forest from the parasites of your parent’s generation, try delousing the closet in your own room.

Rule 8: Your school may have done away with winners and losers, but life HAS NOT. In some schools, they have abolished failing grades and they’ll give you as MANY TIMES as you want to get the right answer. This doesn’t bear the slightest resemblance to ANYTHING in real life.

Rule 9: Life is not divided into semesters. You don’t get summers off and very few employers are interested in helping you FIND YOURSELF. Do that on your own time.

Rule 10: Television is NOT real life. In real life people actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to jobs.

Rule 11: Be nice to nerds. Chances are you’ll end up working for one. 🙂

 

Find Solutions and Stop making Excuses! September 6, 2010

Filed under: Personal Development,Who I am — Tanisha Ajokatcher @ 3:21 pm
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See solutions takes Time and Patience and allows you to get Focused.

While excuses require no Time and Patience but you will have time for more excuses.

When your energy is focused on positive things, it is clear to any one what they need to accomplish. When you come up with a solution, people feel better about themselves and become equipped to help others in situations as well. Being solution based, you will conquer your problems and not be defeated by them. ( I love this). Your energy channels will help you grow and move forward in life and others will seek you out in there problems.

Excuses gets you no where but more problems and headaches, stress and more excuses. You will make people avoid you faster and longer. You will be lonely longer and you will put age on your life. ( Who really wants to be older?)

Solutions are the way to go. Seek them and you will find them, and you will be glad that you came up with it. Start thinking of a solution to your problem today.

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What Makes The People Get Out Of The Rat Race?

Filed under: Personal Development — Tanisha Ajokatcher @ 10:32 am

Stop Trying to Win this Race!

Have you ever wondered or dreamed that YOU too could get out of  The Rat Race? Well for starters, those people were very sick and tired of being sick and tired. Some of them wanted to be with their families instead of stuck in traffic. Others wanted to be paid what they are worth, not what corporate America was willing to pay them. Yet others didn’t like the feeling that the rug was going to be pulled from under them at any minute. Even though they were doing outstanding work, mergers and acquisitions could eliminate their job at any minute. Some realized they needed every penny they earned just to live. There wasn’t any money left over to save for retirement. While some got to the retirement age without having any retirement savings. How about health insurance? Some had someone in their family with a preexisting condition and couldn’t risk bouncing from one insurance company to another so their employer could save a few bucks. What happened to your goals and dreams? Are they forever unreachable?

How Does All This Start?

It comes down to facing one fact and only one fact. The only person you can depend on is on the other side of the mirror. That right – YOU! Your employer could sell the company, your entire career field could be outsourced, and your spouse could die or divorce you. If there is going to be a change made, it is YOU that needs to make it. So how do you find out how to get out of this rat race? It is uncomfortable trying something new, but more uncomfortable to remain in the rat race going nowhere. When you decide there is more in life than always having to settle for the left over crumbs, that’s when it happens. What happens? The feeling inside of you that gets stronger and stronger every day until one day you can no longer hold it in. Every cell in your body is sick and tired of this rat race, so very sick and tired that a decision is made. A decision? Yes, the decision that it is your time to Rise Above The Rat Race. Continuing to repeat what you do day after day, after day, after day is unbearable. It is so unbearable that you are willing to do whatever it takes to get out of the rat race.

Start by  Reading Rich Dad Poor Dad, Worlds Largest Bestselling Book, by Robert Kiyosaki

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