Success and excellence are long-term projects. Rome wasn't built in a day and nor is a successful business.
It amazes me when I see people start their business and within a few months they quit because 'it hasn't worked'. Yet the reality of the situation is that they haven't worked at it, or given it the time to develop.
It took me nine months to really understand Forever, and I would say about three years to master every skill that I needed to go on and build the business that I have today with close to one million people in my team. This isn't a boast, but said to show you what can be achieved when skills are learnt and foundations are laid to build upon.
We live in a world where people want instant everything; results, gratification, success, recognition, coffee. Too many of us define our reality based on today's results, forgetting that what really matters is the long-term vision. There will be ups and downs along the way, but when you are committed to the long-term plan success and excellence will come.
So next time you are thinking of quitting, remember that you can put a few years hard work in now to master the skills that will enable you to live the rest of your life according to your rules, or you can spend the next ten, twenty or maybe even thirty years working for someone else according to their rules.
Ask yourself; are you committed to excellence?
Comment Title: Appreciation! It was timely! | Created: 12/03/16
Posted By: Eunice Iwakin
Comments: Thank you so much Jane. I wont say am having a rough time in my business rather am really having a character building phase in my business. I hope I could learn a lot more from you and also be the best I can by reaching out to others.