Talent Is Cheaper Than Table Salt!
I could never say I was the most Talented but I will say I was t.he most persistent! Lynda Cromar
Before you can truly succeed at anything you really have to examine who you are ~ Lynda Cromar
I used to believe that I had to find just the right leader, or ju.st the right product and then I would be totally set..
The problem with that is that I didn’t know what to say or w.hat to do!
I made a huge pile of mistakes, and I failed so many times
I was sold over and over again, because I was not set on w.ho I was, and where I was going..
I learned that I created those scenarios, and sometimes still do..
I have not reach the point where I am perfect, but I have re.ach a point where I can produce a living online!
I don’t hype you, and it makes no difference to me if you b.elieve me..
It takes, building yourself, as much as it takes building a business.
A lot of people think that it is talent that creates the leaders and winners
Well lets see…
When I came to the internet.. I barely knew how to move the mouse and I didn’t know what right-click was!
I didn’t have success
I didn’t own a Facebook profile, I didn’t have a clue
I had an insatiable desire to learn and figure it all out
I didn’t announce that I was overwhelmed, although I was at times
Frankly it was not easy or simple when I came onto the internet..
There was no set up for you blog that sold for you, I had to do it all myself
And because I had crashed our finances, and put us into over $100,000 in debt, I couldn’t use any of our household money to build my business.
I was a perfect candidate for failure, I was green, I was open and easily a victim to others who were unethical
But what I did have.. was a drive to keep going, and I had a bounce-back mechanism inside that didn’t let me stay down when I failed
So when someone says I am talented.. or lucky.. or gifted
I think “If you really knew!”