My journey into 2018 has started to become very exciting. Let me explain.
Ever since I decided to totally focus on my goals and specifically getting to be a USANA Diamond by December 2018 I have noticed things begin to fall into place.
Just two days ago I had one of my Usana Distributors in Manila TXT me that she wanted to be mentored and asked me to help her get to her goals in the year ahead. She asked me “How can I make more money in my business in 2018. This was a big win for me as I had asked the Universe for someone who would step up and want to raise the bar and want more for his or her life. This was Nora. She wanted more.
So when Nora message me I was thrilled as the she had initiated it. We met on Jan 1st in Makati at a Greenbelt cafe and set about looking at where she wanted to go with her Usana Business and how she would start doing things that would get her to that goal.
We identified certain areas of her network marketing business that needed attention immediately and I empowered her with a couple of great personal development books to power her through the month of January. We are focusing on John C Maxwell’s books and the one I grabbed for her from the National Book Store in Greenbelt 1 was “Failing Forward”. If you have not read it I strongly suggest you do so.
Failing Forward helps us to look at failure as the stepping stones to success rather than the roadblock where most people stop and walk away from achieving what they desire.
I will monitor Nora’s progress over the weeks ahead, helping her to move past roadblocks and look at any small setbacks as signs to improve on and get closer to her goals. If she is seeing failure it just means that she is attempting to do things. It doesn’t mean she is failing.
Lets look at our own failures as just the results of trying to do something. Look at them as a result to improve upon. By improving a series of such results we can only imagine how much closer to the actual goal we would then be. Lets make 2018 a better year not only for Nora but for each of us too.
This is Claude Fullinfaw in Makati.