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Do you remember your first online business? Do you remember all the emotions you were feeling when you finally decided it was time to take the plunge and do something more with your life?
I think that sometimes we forget what a new person is feeling when they decide to take that big step into being an entrepreneur. So how can we help a new person?
Tell Your Story
I remember when I first started with my first online business I had a lot of doubt. How was I suppose to run any kind of business? I barely got through high school and was working as a security guard. I had not idea if I could do it.
I remember hearing my coaches story and his coaches story and realized that they were not that different from me. they did not have business degrees. They were down to earth people that wanted more out of life. They had families and worked around their busy lives. They had full time jobs when they got started. I started to realize that I could do this. I knew I was willing to learn and to do what it took to be successful.
I started sharing my story with people that were interested in what I was doing. It did not matter if I had just got started or if I was in business for a long time. People want to hear your story so that can find believe that they could do it as well.
I learned early that I had to follow success! I knew that I would have to step outside my comfort zone in order to get what I wanted. For me it was learning to read a script and be on the phone with potential leads. That scared me because I am
dyslexic. I always hated to read out loud. I knew that if others could do it and be successful then I could learn to be as good as them or even better!
We need to be encouraging our new people! Let them know that they can do it and that we are here to help point them in the right direction.
Jim Rohn said “Invest in yourself! The best investment you can make is in yourself” I would say to any new entrepreneur no matter what the business your starting make sure to schedule at least 15 minutes a day for personal development.
This is going to help you when you’re having a rough day or week. Your going to learn how to better yourself. You will learn how to deal with customers and potential team member better. People around you will see that you have made a change for the better as well.
Never Miss A Training Event!
I remember when I got started my coach telling me to be at the next training event! He told me that if I was serious about exploding my business then I should never miss an event. I thought he was crazy! I just started this online business and I worked full time I had a busy life. Then I realized that I had to be there! I met my coaches and the small team of people I had brought into the business. I saw people that were just like me and I saw some people that made me realize that if they could do it so could I.
One of the biggest lessons I learned was to use a calendar for everything you do. Remind your new people that it is OK to be busy. Just make sure to schedule time to work your new business. I had a coach that used to say “You can make money or you can make excuses but you can’t do both” That stayed with me I know today that if I don’t schedule my day I will not get the things done I want to. If you want to learn more about using a calendar in your business you can read my blog on this subject,
Make A Plan
I always share with my new people my five-year plan. I know that there are going to be rough days and times when I ask myself why I am doing this? Then I remember that I have a five-year plan and that as long as I can get better every year then I know I am going to reach my goals
Message For New Entrepreneurs
If you’re just starting out remember that you can do this! Your upline wants to help you succeed and reach your goals! Reach out and ask questions. Be willing to learn and follow the plan that they are following! You have taken the hardest step! Starting your new business.
I hope you have found this interesting as well as helpful! Please be sure to leave me a comment below and let me know what you thought of this blog.