Expectations and Discipline go hand in hand…

Jim Rohn in “7 Strategies for Wealth and Happiness” states “success is a simple process. It doesn’t fall out of the sky. It is neither magical nor mysterious.” So…why then does success seem so evasive to so many? Allow me to share a few thoughts in the video below

As you can see, I am very much in agreement with Mr. Rohn (who am I to disagree!)…but if you think about it, its just simply common sense…

Success in our industry comes down to 3 factors (IMHO):

1) selecting the right company to represent – the product or service MUST be something that people will actually use and benefit from; it is something that someone who is NOT affiliated with the company would actually use or purchase! For me, that knocks out 95% of the home based business industry!

2) finding the right leadership – leaders will help to keep you focused and remain available for support and guidance…this is NOT and EASY road, but it can be among the MOST REWARDING for those who exhibit proper discipline – discipline as Mr. Rohn discusses is not that exhibited by a school teacher telling you to sit in your seat and remain quiet…discipline is the “glue that binds inspiration and achievement”, it allows you to AVOID drifting aimlessly through life. Discipline causes you to apply the “slight edge” where you engage in life decisions that step by step (gradually over time) lead to ultimate success.

3) LEARN and implement effective marketing strategies – I discuss a bit about this in my video trainings (just comment on this post and I’ll reward you with free access to these trainings)

In closing…I invite you to join me in my pursuit of discipline and success… and remember this:


think about it…and have a great day!

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  10. Alan Sills says:


    You caught me at at moment where I was dealing with “life” in the mountains. This may help paint a picture…

    Just to bring you up to date on my life here in steamboat… I’m having a GREAT time, but, it is a resort area so that means the past 3 weeks have been VERY hectic. I am working with folks who come to the mountain every day and except for Christmas and New Years, I have been “on duty”. Nights are spent socializing with other ski school instructors and dealing with an RV at 7000 feet where most nights are around -20, the coldest was -35.

    We also had about 80 inches of snow (in the valley) in the past 3 weeks. And…I had to shovel every inch of it!

    Just today I got water back after it was frozen for a week (it warmed to 15 this afternoon!), my levers to dump the grey and black water tanks are still frozen and won’t move, the water pump is not working right now, and the refrigerator died – its under warranty -but finding someone who will fix it is another story, this is a small town and the nearest service center is 90 miles away.

    My truck just ran for the first time in 4 days – it too does not like these temperatures. That said, I love it here. The days on the mountain are great and I’m rapidly getting back into at least as good condition I was in at age 18. The mountain is incredible, the skiing conditions are some of the best i’ve ever experienced.

    If you check my youtube channel – http://youtube.com/blastofftoday – you’ll find videos that talk about Good Life and the products (and lots more).

    Stay in touch and I’m here to help.


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  16. Alan Sills says:

    BY all means, you’re welcome to quote from my blog – please do credit back with a link to the original post and proper referencing.

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