Jeffery Combs and his lovely wife Erica are masters at putting on a very boutique event. Jeffery gets those who have achieved greatness in the industry to speak like Mark Victor Hansen, Susan Sly, Ron White and a host of other multi millionaires.
I was so excited to get to this event and have the opportunity to sit and talk with others at the event who were in this business to learn, grow, and achieve their goals just like myself.
I was graced by Jeffery and his succinct ways he made his point to get me to think, re-think, and re-tool how I was thinking about myself and my business.
Leaving for Dallas, this is a great picture of me taken by someone whom I barely knew.
I’ve made friends at events, just like I did at MHTT in Dallas and continue to do each time I go to events. I would never have made it this far, not that I’m such a shining star in the industry or anything, but I wouldn’t have been able to make it had I not gone to these events.
My interest is so bold and so dynamic in this indusry of network marketing, but it’s also a very tough industry that doesn’t allow for victims. It’s entrepreneurialism at its’ finest and it takes the best of the best to get to the stage, to create a name for oneself and to achieve those multi 6 and 7 figure incomes. It’s a constant battle with your psyche, and with those around you to a certain extent because the belief is solely in the entrepreneur and not in those around that person.
Most likely 9 times out of 10 if you tell someone you’re going into network marketing it’s like telling them you’re going to Hollywood to become an Oscar Nominated actor. They look at you and guffaw at the mentality and pity you have for being on this earth. ”Why don’t you just get a job?” as they shake their heads and under their breath and say to themselves, “you’re either really crazy or really stupid.”
Your belief in yourself is tantamount in this industry and when it gets really bad just remember to believe 1,000% more than you ever would in anything you’ve ever done.