burn-your-shipsBurn Your Ships

Many times I have seen people involved in network marketing, especially people that are new to the profession, damage relationships with family, friends, co-workers, etc. and burn bridges because of their network marketing business. There are several reasons why this happens, but it does not have to be this way. I explain in today's video below:

With this being said, it is very important that you be very aware of who you allow across your bridges and spend the most time with you.  As Jim Rohn would say, you will become the average of the 5 people you hang around the most.  I recommend that your five be better than you are at what you want to achieve and/or become.  If this is the case, they will bring you up and you will get better.  However, this can work in the exact opposite manner.  If you are the biggest star in your circle, the others can bring your down.  In other words, if you are the brightest star in your galaxy, you need a bigger galaxy.

So once again, burn your ships and make a decision to be successful.  Do not burning your bridges, but make sure you keep an eye on who you are letting come across them.

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